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Private Online French Tutoring in Vancouver

Building language skills can be tough, but Varsity Tutors can provide French learners with a French tutor in Vancouver who can give you individualized one-on-one instruction. Whether you're a student at the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, or any other school in the Vancouver area, your Vancouver French tutor can help you pursue your French language acquisition goals. The same goes if you're an experienced professional interested in acquiring a new business skill, or if you're planning to travel internationally. No matter your reasons for learning French or your current level of ability, you'll get a study plan that's targeted at your specific needs.

One of the advantages of private instruction is that it can move at your pace, so if you find pick up French vocabulary easily but struggle with grammatical concepts like gendered nouns, say, your Vancouver French tutor can adjust their methods and spend more time reviewing the concepts that you have trouble with. French is closely related to English, as well as Romance languages like Spanish or Italian, so whether you have some French skills, a strong English vocabulary, or some other language expertise, your mentor can use your background as a tool to integrate French into your existing knowledge, connecting you more deeply to the French terminology and grammar that you're trying to learn.

Your instructor can help you work toward your unique goals, too. As French is spoken by more than 220 million people across five continents, you may be learning French to expand your business interests in French-speaking Canada or internationally, or because you'd like to travel through French-speaking countries. A French tutor in Vancouver can provide lessons in areas that are most immediately helpful to you, so you could spend extra time developing useful business-oriented vocabulary, for example, or learn key phrases that may be helpful when navigating airports and train stations.

Unlike most classroom experiences, a French tutor in Vancouver can cater their approach to your learning preferences. If you find tactile learning helpful, your instructor could put together shopping lists in French so you can identify objects you're learning about at the grocery store or hardware store and match them to their appropriate genders. Or if you're more of an auditory learner, your Vancouver French tutor could record pronunciation guides for you to practice with or lists of vocabulary words. As you study your instructor can identify the methods that work best for you and build a customized curriculum.

We aim to accommodate learners with a variety of backgrounds and lifestyles, so scheduling your meetings with a French tutor in Vancouver is easy, thanks to our Live Learning Platform. You'll meet with your Vancouver French tutor online, where you'll be able to see and speak with them over video chat and use built-in tools like a virtual whiteboard to assist your studies. This lets you study with your mentor face-to-face without having to add a commute to your life, which can save you time and money. You'll have control over your own study space as well, as you'll be able to work with your tutor from any location with an internet connection, so you can find somewhere that you find comfortable, productive, and free of distractions.

One of the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors will be happy to give you more information about our services and get you signed up to work with a French tutor in Vancouver. We can find you a private instructor inside of 24 hours, so give us a call now and you can be well on your way towards pursuing your French learning goals in no time. A mastery of French can open doors to you both inside Canada and all over the globe, so get started today.

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Recent Vancouver French Tutoring Session Notes

French Tutoring review by Stephani in Vancouver
First session: We covered pronunciation including not saying the last letters of words and how to do R's. We did the alphabet and greetings as well as other basics including I'm hungry, do you have, where is, and the interrogatives. We went over the pronouns, how cava works, and how you respond to it.
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French Tutoring review by Claire in Vancouver
The student and I worked on direct and indirect objects after reviewing the imparfait/passé compose. I was happy to see that she had purchased her own copy of the book I lent her, "Ultimate French Review," and has been doing exercises and studying it. She grasped the concept of the direct and indirect object pronouns well, and just needs to keep practicing to get used to the different word order from English.
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French Tutoring review by Naama in Vancouver
Went over the student's mid-term and discussed some of the past concepts such as definite or indefinite article usage and certain idioms. Then we looked over chapter 4 on which she'll have a quiz this week. Spent most of the session on oral comprehension and dictation by reading aloud from the book and translating or transcribing, rather than the concepts.
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French Tutoring review by Cynthia in Vancouver
Student A--we finished French 6th chapter playing games to learn numbers better. the student was amazingly on task! Student B and I watched Le petit Nicolas #10, and then went over the beginning of the transcript for #1 actually reading and looking at the words. Every week we are rereading what we had already read in the transcript and then going a bit further. After which we rewatch the first episode up to that point. After that, we finished French unit 6 as well. He's really getting a hang of listening to French and grasping the meaning.
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French Tutoring review by Hannah in Vancouver
We reviewed and learned the future tense, the conditional, and phrase that commonly use both tenses with specific French and English translations and meanings. We also did some oral activities to work on pronunciation and fluency.
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French Tutoring review by Andre in Vancouver
To prepare for the written portion of her IB exam, the student and I focused on essay organization, sentence flow, and writing strategies. We reviewed one of her written assignments for class, and went in-depth into any vocabulary or questions that came up. Topics included connotations of words, how to stay organized through topic sentences, and adding evidence to support points. I encouraged the student to use a lot of idioms (such as "de nos temps" for "nowadays") to show evidence of her French skills to an essay grader.
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