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The struggle to teach French grammar

One of the most intimidating things about the transition from French GCSE to French A-level for...
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Tips For Becoming Fluent In French

Become the foreign person you want to be:I believe that a major part of becoming fluent is based...
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Going from no confidence to A* in four days

I recently tutored a girl for her French oral A-level exam. She was home for Easter from...
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Crossing the bridge from GCSE to A-Level French

To become a successful linguist at Advanced level you will need to be prepared to develop these...

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  • Try To Relax!

    Cyrielle Cohen A-level French Tutor (North London) Picture Why don't you try to relax? We live in a super connected world and we are constantly attracted to different screens and data. In our working and personal environment, we become more and more adept at multi-tasking. Nowadays, we need to learn how to relax in order to enjoy life, capture life...
  • Tips For Becoming Fluent In French Editor's Pick

    Nordine Schweitzer A-level French Tutor (North West London) Picture Become the foreign person you want to be:I believe that a major part of becoming fluent is based on “acting”: act like a french person and you’re halfway there. Pick up the mannerisms, accent, intonation, gestures that french people use, sell your act of “I’m playing a french person". If you’re...
  • Why Learn Another Language?

    Stephane Sudrot A-level French Tutor (South West London) Picture When people ask me why they should learn French or any other language, the first thing that come to mind is the desire to find out about other people and their culture, to share experiences from food to music, art to humour. Basicaly it is the best way to broaden your horizon. But it's not only...

 

  • How to become fluent in French: five top tips!

    Jessica Wells A-level French Tutor (Hemel Hempstead) Picture It's taken me almost ten years to get to the point where I feel comfortable describing myself as fluent in French. My learning has accelerated in the past four years, and most of all in the seven months I spent living and teaching in France. With this experience in mind, I'd like to share my...
  • Tips to prepare for tests and exams

    Marianne Ellalasingham A-level French Tutor (Cambridge) Picture Tips to prepare for tests and exams Imagine this is September and you have just learnt about the conditional in French in today’s lesson.  At home, write on a piece of paper a few questions about the conditional. Give your page a title and the word “QUESTIONS”. Then you write questions...
  • Transition from GCSE to AS level French Editor's Pick

    Gill Baker A-level French Tutor (Reading) Picture Achieving a good grade at GCSE French does not necessarily guarantee an easy transition to AS/A level French. At GCSE level, grammar is often taught in bite size chunks without any apparent cohesion. This is complicated by the lack of knowledge of English grammar so that very often the student...