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How often do you get the chance to have a private chat with someone who's mastered French? Our French tutors offer one-to-one sessions to help you with every element of the syllabus. With first-hand experience of the exams, they know that the key to success lies in understanding the building blocks of the language. They can reiterate grammar lessons, enhance your vocabulary and give you pointers on your accent. They'll help you go into your French exams- so often daunting to students - brimming with well-founded confidence.

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Matthew has been more than fantastic in helping my son prepare for his French GCSE. He's targetted, friendly, flexible and kind. My son's oral went well, thanks to Matthew. Another great lesson yesterday.

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Robert has been an amazing teacher for the last month or so (maybe more, i can't remember because time flies when you're having fun in French). He has helped me prepare for my GCSEs and has taught me loads of French (which is a useful thing to know in a French exam). He has made lessons both useful and fun, as he is very funny but also very good at explaining. So if you're looking for a French tutor, Robert's your guy.

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Fun, interesting and helpful. Ben is very flexible with learning and we are very happy with him.

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Thanks Mitchell for your support for Joe over the last few months - it has really helped to improve his confidence with his preparation for French GCSE and moved him from a struggling student to one with a chance of a very good pass at GCSE.

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