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Julien P.

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Degree: Drama (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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Hi I'm Julien. I am French, Swiss and British. I passed IB French HL (achieved a 7) and Maths Studies SL (achieved a 6).


I very much enjoy teaching French and helping motivated students as much as I can to achieve the very best and overcome the difficulties of learning this very hard language of mine. I will do my best to make you become number one in your class.

I like to teach because I am potentially planning on becoming a teacher myself. Additionally, I take pleasure in helping people with their studies as I am currently doing for my sister and brother. 

Ask me any questions you like. I can also help you with colloquial language, sayings, and cultural aspects of the French language.

I look forward to meeting my potential tutees! In my sessions you will learn how to enjoy French as I will make it fun for you!

Julien

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
French GCSE £24 /hr
French IB £26 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
FrenchBaccalaureate7
Theatre StudiesBaccalaureate6
Maths Studies Baccalaureate6
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CRB/DBS Standard

No

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No

Currently unavailable: until

20/08/2016

Ratings and reviews

5from 7 customer reviews

Alice (Parent) April 12 2016

it was great! Thanks

Sheila (Parent) January 27 2016

He makes it easier to understand and painless to learn French.

Sheila (Parent) January 20 2016

Thanks for a great lesson. You make it so clear and easier to comprehend. Austin

Rachel (Parent) April 12 2015

brilliant
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Questions Julien has answered

What is the difference between 'a' and 'à'?

French is a hard language. But here is a helpful way of learning the difference between à and a. 'a' is a conjugated form of the verb 'avoir'  e.g. il a un bateau (He has a boat) 'à' is commonly used as a preposition. Its meaning varies depending on the sentence. It can mean at, in, or to.  ...

French is a hard language. But here is a helpful way of learning the difference between à and a.

'a' is a conjugated form of the verb 'avoir' 

e.g. il a un bateau (He has a boat)

'à' is commonly used as a preposition. Its meaning varies depending on the sentence. It can mean atin, or to

There is, however, a tricky rule. The preposition changes with the noun which follows it.

if the noun that follows the preposition is feminine: ... à la ferme (to/in/at the farm)
if the noun that follows the preposition is masculineà + le = ... au bistrot (to/in/at the pub)
if the noun that follows the preposition is plurialà + les = ... aux jeux (to/in/at the games)

When do I use à?

1. Introducing a location
e.g. Je vais à Londres (I am going to London)
e.g. Nous sommes allés aux toilettes (We went to the toilet) - Side Note: toilettes is plural in French

2. When talking about a point in time
e.g. Elle arrive à sept heures (She comes at seven o'clcock)

3. In terms of possession
e.g. C'est à moi (It is mine) - Side Note: à nous = ours / à eux = theirs ...etc

There are slightly more complex rules but these are the most used examples in the common French language. 

Hope it helps.

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