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Julien P.

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About me

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

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

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Alice (Parent from Ascot)

April 12 2016

it was great! Thanks

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Austin (Parent from Veyrier)

January 27 2016

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

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Austin (Parent from Veyrier)

January 20 2016

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

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Rachel (Parent from Maidenhead)

April 12 2015

brilliant

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
FrenchInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7
Theatre StudiesInternational Baccalaureate (IB)6
Maths Studies International Baccalaureate (IB)6

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
FrenchGCSE£24 /hr
FrenchIB£26 /hr

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 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.

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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