What are the benefits of French Tuition in London with Annette?

French Tuition in London with Annette Gilleron

► Are you looking for French tuition in London to learn much faster than in a group situation?

► Are you thinking of private lessons because they can be tailored to your individual and specific needs?

► Are you looking for a dedicated trainer who could email you in between the lessons and send you customised homework?

► Are you looking for a short or long term goal to work towards and a recognised qualification that would be useful for your future career progression?

If you answer 'Yes' to all of these questions, then you came to the right place!

My name is Annette. During the past years, I used to work as a lecturer in French at Imperial College, Southbank University, Greenwich University and numerous business companies. I have had several experiences providing tailor-made corporate training solutions as well.

My French tuition in London will provide you with the fluency, confidence, writing skills, reading ability, and technical vocabulary necessary to improve your prospects of success.

As an official examiner for proficiency exams in French (DELF: Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française /DALF: Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française), I can design DELF/DALF exam preparation courses on demand.

What are the DELF/DALF Diplomas?

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Issued by the French Ministry of Education, the DELF and the DALF consist of 6 diplomas recognised throughout the world and independent from each other.

These Examinations are the official French proficiency tests and they correspond to the 6 levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

If you would like your French skills to be recognised for professional or personal purposes the DELF/DALF Diplomas are

the only ones recognised throughout the world.

Elementary users: the DELF A1 and DELF A2

The DELF A1 requires 60 hours of learning and the DELF A2 requires 160 hours from beginner level.

Independant users: the DELF B1 and DELF B2

The DELF B1 requires 310 hours of learning and the DELF B2 requires 490 hours from beginner level.

Proficient users: the DALF C1 and DALF C2

The DALF C1 requires 690 hours of learning and the DALF C2 requires 890 hours from beginner level.

How To Book a French Tuition in London with Annette:

Send me an email and tell me:

► Your background in French language learning if any.

► The level you want to reach.

► What day/time would be best for you to start the lessons.

► Where you would like the lessons to take place (your own home or place of work).

► A bit about yourself such as your job your company.

I will then email you back with a quote and we'll be able to discuss options together.

If you are booking for a number of colleagues or friends, I will interview and test each person quickly and efficiently (visits, telephone or online).

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