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Receive personally tailored French lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Have you always wanted to become fluent in French, but you now find yourself lost in your French class? Help is here! A private tutor may be the option for you. Varsity Tutors can help you locate a passionate French tutor in St. Louis, Missouri, who can help you at any time or place that is convenient for you – even online.

Whether you struggle remembering the French alphabet or can't quite figure out how to properly conjugate verbs, a tutor can provide guidance. St. Louis French tutors can work with you in a one-on-one environment to help you in the areas that you need assistance with. Because you are the only student in the tutoring session, the coursework and lessons are based solely on your learning needs and goals. This means you can skip any areas that you already understand to spend that time covering topics that you need to review.

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Session Summaries by French Tutors

French Tutoring review by Alice in St. Louis, MO
We covered more descriptions and the student learned different agreement rules for different adjectives. The goal was that by the end of our session she was able to introduce/describe different people she knows. Then she could write the sentences she had just said. For next time I asked her to memorize common verbs in the present tense (aller - avoir - etre) because unfortunately there is no going around that.
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French Tutoring review by Winta in St. Louis, MO
I reviewed the homework from last week, which both students did well. We reviewed last week's topics, and both students seemed to retain the information well. Having reviewed gender in the last session, we started learning adjectives today (mostly personal). At the end, we learned "I am..." phrases using the adjectives they'd learned.
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French Tutoring review by Matthew in St. Louis, MO
The student and I reviewed prepositions (a? and de) and their contractions (au, aux, a? la and du, des, de la?). We also reviewed conjugations for etre, and -er verbs. We used these two (prepositions and verbs) in conjunction to make sentences using his current vocabulary list. As part of this, we reviewed the adverbs "tres" and "assez" and how to use them correctly in a sentence, as well as negations (ne...pas and ne...ni...ni). He is progressing very well. His spelling and pronunciation are both improving. He also learns vocabulary very quickly and his listening comprehension is growing rapidly.
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French Tutoring review by Melissa in St. Louis, MO
The student has a test on Monday in French class so we spent our session going over her vocabulary she has to know. I explained the difference between masculine and feminine as well as how to conjugate er verbs. She is very attentive and understood the general concept. We made it through a review of her vocabulary. I taught her the best way to study with flashcards. Overall, she did very well tonight.
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French Tutoring review by Lara in St. Louis, MO
Had the student recite months, seasons, numbers, then we reviewed them by 'guessing the date' with descriptions of weather, season, etc. He conjugated the five main verbs with only one error! We then looked at his book pg 90/91, descriptions of objects and asked /answered questions about the objects in the exercise, then the classroom objects from his list in class. FULL SENTENCES!! Did quick translations from English statements to French question- will start on this for next time. Mixes verbs in context despite knowing them as lists.
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French Tutoring review by Sammy in St. Louis, MO
I covered a big list of kitchen vocabulary, the first and second groups of the verbs rule in French, and popular phrases in French that were related to what they wrote during the session. I asked the students to write three sentences to see how good they were with the basics. We agreed they would complete homework once a week. I have no concerns so far, as the students seem to be very interested in learning French. Also, from now on, I will make sure to cover the four components of learning a foreign language: oral expression, written expression, oral comprehension, and reading comprehension.
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