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If you're hoping to enhance your understanding of the French language and polish your speaking skills, Varsity Tutors can find you a Denver French tutor. Whether you're studying at the University of Colorado Denver or the University of Denver, are a professional looking to expand your business, or you have a child studying French who needs help in school, learning from an instructor who specializes in the language can be a smart investment.

What are the benefits of working with a Denver French tutor near me?

Denver French tutoring comes with a wide array of benefits. One of the most significant advantages is that you get access to an expert in a very complex language. If you're not used to the romance languages, some of the traits can seem confusing. For starters, the nouns are all gendered. Most of the suffixes indicate which articles should be used, but the rules dictating as much require study and, as is often the case with rules, are not necessarily intuitive and come with exceptions. Verb conjugation is also complicated. Pronoun gender, plurality, and tense changes verb spelling and accent placement. Again, there are rules to be followed based on suffix, but once you make your way to irregular verbs, things can get confusing. Having someone to work one-on-one with you as you navigate this material can be helpful. Your Denver French tutor can work with you to improve comprehension, finding different ways to explain concepts until they make sense.

It's not just about understanding the language as it's written, though; it's also about the spoken language. Whether it's in a class or in conversation, you haven't really learned French until you can understand someone else speaking it and respond in kind. This is no small task. Just as is the case in English, spoken French is often quite different in conversation than it is in a textbook. There are colloquialisms and slang to account for, and the speed at which it is spoken can make it difficult for a novice to keep up. It takes practice. Denver French tutors can help with just that. Whether it be by introducing videos or having actual conversations with you in-person or during Video Chats on the Live Learning Platforms that can be recorded for later review, the interactive nature of Denver French tutoring allows students conversational learning opportunities that may be less frequently accessible in conventional classroom settings.

Another significant benefit to working with an instructor is that your curriculum can be tailored to your specific learning style. Research has consistently shown that different students learn in different ways. It's not a function of science but of preference. Some students prefer oral instruction, such as lectures and conversation, while others are more stimulated by visual instruction, such as reading and note-taking. When they are more engaged, they are more likely to do the work and retain the information, making the time spent in sessions more effective. Because Denver French tutors are focused on you and your success, they can spend time getting to know you and your preference, and then build your lesson plans around your wants and needs in order to make sure you get the most out of your time together.

Your sessions can also be customized to address your specific knowledge gaps or weaknesses. In a conventional classroom, your teacher has their hands tied. The school year calendar is set, as is the curriculum. They have a limited amount of time to teach a very specific amount of information to a whole class of people. Just because one student is bored or struggling doesn't mean they can afford to speed up or slow down. A Denver French tutor, however, can do just that. Let's say you've got -er verb conjugation down pat and are more than ready to move on to -ir verbs. With Denver French tutoring, that's no problem at all. Then again, if imparfait conjugation is proving difficult and you'd been planning to move on to something else next week, your instructor can shift things around to make sure you're fully comfortable with the subject matter at hand first. The curriculum revolves around you.

If you have an exam coming up, Denver French tutors can be a major asset. They can start you out on the right path by helping you make a study plan so you don't end up trying to cram everything in the night before. Well in advance of the exam, they can teach you tactics for taking tests, like how to approach tricky questions and pace yourself. They can develop practice exams and time you so you get used to applying your know-how within time limits. All of this can help you walk into the exam with the knowledge that you've done everything you could to prepare for the test.

On top of all this help with French, your tutor can teach you invaluable academic and life skills. As you make your way through the materials, they can help you set SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely) goals. These can help you track your progress, build in small celebrations, and motivate you to keep going. They can also provide lessons on effective time management, organization, and memory retention. These are lessons that can help in your endeavors in learning French and in your other academic and professional pursuits.

How can I connect with a Denver French tutor near me?

Finding a Denver French tutor couldn't be easier thanks to Varsity Tutors. We can put you in touch with a highly qualified instructor in as little as 24 hours, whether you're looking for online tutoring on a Live Learning Platform that features live chat, document sharing, a virtual whiteboard, and more or a local in-person option. If you're looking to supplement Denver French tutoring with an online class, educational consultants can provide more information about that collaborative learning opportunity, which offers the chance to further enhance your comprehension of the language. No need to hesitate. Contact Varsity Tutors today!

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

French Tutoring review by Barzin in Denver, CO
We went over some articles and made sure to discuss them as we read through. I gave the student some grammar worksheet to work on for our next meeting. His writing is a lot better than his speaking. I understand his written work very well and only had to correct a few mistakes. He often retrieves words from the text to complete his sentences. This will help him a lot during the exam.
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French Tutoring review by Liz in Denver, CO
Today we went over the rest of the grammar concepts in Lesson 4 and worked through most of the exercises. We stopped a bit short to make sure to have plenty of information to go over next time before the test, which will take place during the following meeting. She is making great progress, and we will continue working with possessive adjectives and forming questions next time.
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French Tutoring review by Mary in Denver, CO
The student and I read the first half of Guy de Maupassant's "Deux Amis," a short story that her class will be reading this week. We read aloud, discussed vocabulary, and made sure that she understood all of the writing, which was at times very abstract and complex. Altogether a good last session.
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French Tutoring review by Anna in Denver, CO
The student has definitely been practicing! We reviewed the alphabet, numbers, and some other vocabulary we talked about last time, and she showed me how she has learned shapes and colors in the meantime. Then we went on to verb charts, why they're important, and that she should make them until she's memorized them. We reviewed some basic pronouns, put them into verb charts to reinforce which correspond to which English pronouns, and started conjugating! We reviewed present tense conjugations she previously learned for "avoir" and "aller". And then we reviewed those some more in different ways. Next time, I think we need to spend some time learning the present tense conjugations of "etre" because, irregular as it is, it's such a useful verb ("to be").
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French Tutoring review by Tina in Denver, CO
Today we covered vocabulary and specific questions regarding date and time, including days of the week and months. To practice, we used a calendar and identified days, dates, and months. The student continues to impress me with her pronunciation. I left her with more copies for practice and will be working on creating crossword puzzles to help her practice vocabulary and spelling.
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French Tutoring review by Grant in Denver, CO
We covered conjugation of the verb etre using the workbook and oral exercises. We reviewed adjectives in masculine and feminine, and singular and plural. Assigned 4 exercises to practice these subjects. Reviewed -ar verbs in Spanish and began practicing conjugation of -er verbs.
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