Posts tagged French
Family Fun

Oftentimes, tutors can be regarded as helpers reserved for the young, or the stressed-out students going through the rigours of exams. Our skills, however, reach beyond school years, delving deep into adulthood. With summer approaching, how about filling those long summer days with some family fun, and learning a language together?

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Bilingual Benefits

Around a year ago, I wrote a blogpost on the role of languages in a Brexit world, but I’d now like to explore the role that languages can play in your life as a learner. So, if you’re at all hesitant to start learning another language, read on to find out just how many benefits bilingualism could bring to you...

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What, how, why

The most common question I’m asked when I tell people that I’m a tutor is ‘But why aren’t you a teacher?’ — a valid question, the answer to which I’m here to explain. Tutoring is often seen as a part-time profession, something you do to bridge gaps between ‘real’, full-time jobs, a lesser teacher — in general, not a career. With that in mind, I’d like to tell you a little story about how I took this hard work and turned it into a company.

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