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Varsity Tutors can help students of any age sign up for Boulder French lessons, from those who are sophomores at Fairview High School to undergraduates seeking their bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder. It's not uncommon for students to take a language course as part of their general education requirements, and French is one of the most common choices. Learning a new language brings about additional challenges that aren't always addressed in a normal classroom learning environment. Having additional resources outside of school is one of the best ways to practice your French language skills.

French is an official language for over two dozen countries throughout the world. It's considered to be an influential language, with about 300 million people speaking French as their native or second language. Learning a second language can make it easier to secure employment, since companies often work together on an international level. Having the skills to converse in an additional language makes it easier to travel and visit other countries too, since you don't need to worry about communicating in English exclusively.

If you need to get a handle on topics you're learning in French I or want to push yourself and be challenged outside of class, Varsity Tutors can help by setting you up with two types of French lessons: private language instruction and group courses. This allows you to get started as quickly as you'd like, depending on your needs. We can help connect you with a Boulder French tutor in as little as 24 hours. If you choose group lessons, new French courses begin on a monthly basis. Some students choose to do both in order to make the most of their study time. Both lesson options have their own benefits, and you'll get the chance to learn from instructors who are knowledgeable and patient.

What are some skills an instructor might review during Boulder French lessons?

French is considered one of the Romance languages, and is a common second language for many people to learn. Some concepts that are difficult for students in the beginning include gendered nouns, direct object pronouns, accented letters, the pronunciation used, and modal verbs. The process of learning French often requires regular practice, which can be difficult when that is not the primary language in the country or there's a lack of other students to practice with. It's important to speak, read, and write as much as possible in order to fully learn the language and improve your abilities and retain current knowledge. Both students who are new to learning French and those who are fluent but want to continue to practice will benefit from French lessons on a regular basis.

Practice makes perfect, but that can be difficult to do outside of the classroom. Having French lessons presents you with the opportunity to practice your French reading, writing, and speaking in a group setting with other students seeking the same help. By having regular exposure, you can increase your retention when working on your vocabulary and pronunciation while learning new words and phrases in the process. Seeking assistance in settings that encourage immersion offers a variety of benefits when improving your French skills. If you have the skill to enter an advanced Boulder French lesson, your instructor can choose to teach while only speaking French. This method of teaching encourages you to listen and pay attention, while feeling more comfortable interacting with French as a spoken language. Novices can expect something more their speed.

Students who want one-on-one instruction can choose to have more personalized sessions with a private instructor. Private French instructors can spend additional time on whatever topics you would like to focus on, from learning more about French history and culture to working on adverbs and complex relative pronouns. Having a French instructor means lessons can be tailored to your unique learning style, from using visual aids to auditory or even kinesthetic learning. This can involve pictures beside a word if you're a visual learner, or practicing ordering food in French from a French restaurant if you prefer practical methods.

How do the two types of Boulder French lessons work?

Studying French on your own can seem intimidating, especially if you don't know where to start. If you're handling studies in other subjects at school, managing a family, or fitting work in, this might seem next to impossible. However, Boulder French lessons can work with just about any schedule. In an online French class, you'll attend lessons with the instructor and other students while taking advantage of a virtual classroom. This gives you the opportunity to practice talking conversationally in French while getting feedback from a speaker who is experienced in the language. If this method sounds ideal for you, Varsity Tutors can help you get started. New classes begin every month and are held at different times of the day, so you can find a session that works for your needs.

If you'd rather connect with a private Boulder French tutor, we can help you find one who is qualified and experienced. Studying in a one-on-one environment allows your instructor to create sessions that address your needs, giving you a comprehensive understanding of the French language. If you choose private instruction, you can work with your tutor either online or in person. Online tutoring means you can have your sessions wherever you are, with no need to commute. You and the tutor use the Live Learning Platform, which offers video chat and a virtual whiteboard. This makes it possible to have the undivided attention of your instructor and focus on what you're learning. If you'd rather, you can also meet in person with your instructor. You can also choose to have sessions take place at your home, a library, coffee shop, or wherever else works for you.

How can I get started with Boulder French lessons?

Learning a new language presents its own set of challenges, but it is worth it. Becoming fluent in French can help you, both personally and professionally, and open up new opportunities. Boulder French lessons can change your views on learning a new language. If you're interested in private instruction or group lessons, contact the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors today. If you've completed your last year of French in college, are just starting French I at Boulder High School, or you have a trip coming up in the near future, we can help you get connected to a Boulder French tutor in as soon as 24 hours. Call today and get started.

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