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Learning a new language

A growing number of people are learning a foreign language for a variety of reasons - some...
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From complete beginners to ... University French

The path to advanced French is possible, even if all you can say for now is a simple "bonjour"...
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‘L’Atalante’ and the Nouvelle Vague

‘L’Atalante’ as precursor of the Nouvelle Vague     ‘L’Atalante’ (henceforth LA)...
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The language in Beckett and Berkeley

The language, first understood as a divine ontological creation, is doubted in its power to...

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  • ‘L’Atalante’ and the Nouvelle Vague

    Emilce Sandra Rees University French Tutor (South West London) Picture ‘L’Atalante’ as precursor of the Nouvelle Vague     ‘L’Atalante’ (henceforth LA) is considered a precursor and inspiration of la nouvelle vague of the 1960’s. Truffaut, director of ‘Tirez sur le Pianiste’(henceforth TSLP) himself fell in love with LA in 1946 when he was 14...
  • Learning a new language

    Janine M. University French Tutor (Dartford) Picture A growing number of people are learning a foreign language for a variety of reasons - some choose to learn for personal or financial reasons; others such as students do not choose as it is part of their curriculum. One way or another, they have to learn it in order to succeed at their...
  • The language in Beckett and Berkeley

    Claire Doucet University French Tutor (Bromley) Picture The language, first understood as a divine ontological creation, is doubted in its power to create being and to organise it in the passing of time. Both George Berkeley and Samuel Beckett wonder about the nature of language as the genuine expression of the being of the expressed thing or of the...

 

  • From complete beginners to ... University French

    Corinne Deze University French Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture The path to advanced French is possible, even if all you can say for now is a simple "bonjour" or "ca va"! You can be a complete beginner today knowing that one day, you will be able to reach the sky and achieve university-level French: "Bonne chance!"
  • François Mauriac

    University French Tutor (West London) Picture François Mauriac: a successful or merely a potential playwright? ‘Je ne crois pas qu’il existe un seul romancier qui n'ait subi la tentation du théâtre’. This statement is a good starting point to understanding the development of François Mauriac’s less well-known attribute, i.e. that of the...
  • How to make a Good Start in French.

    University French Tutor (Aberdeen) Picture Hello everyone, These pieces of advice are for anyone who wants to learn a language, complete beginners and proficient speakers alike. For complete beginners, the first piece of advice I would give you when you hire a tutor is to have them explain very precisely the pronunciation of the...