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Private French 1 Tutoring

Receive personally tailored French 1 lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.
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A first language class can be quite enjoyable, but also quite demanding if you are just beginning your language studies. During the first year of French studies, you acquire a basic vocabulary that will help set the foundation for your continued education in conversational use of the French language. Although many of the exercises and assignments for this course may seem simple, they help you to build the important initial foundations for being able to hear and interpret the language in its natural use. Such skills will be presupposed in coming years of study in which conversations and grammar will become far more difficult and complex. Therefore, it is critical that you perform as well as possible in the first year of your French studies. What better way to work towards such success than by finding a knowledgeable personal French 1 tutor to help you master the skills of hearing and speaking French words and sentences?

Contact Varsity Tutors for assistance connecting with an experienced French 1 tutor to help meet your particular needs. Language tutors are able guides through the many joys and difficulties of language acquisition. By giving you personal attention, a French tutor can provide the one-on-one interaction that can best help you with the acquisition and strengthening of linguistic skills. While your classroom instructor can provide the basics of vocabulary and phraseology, these skills need continual practice in order to be retained. Such practice cannot happen in a silent vacuum, for linguistic skills develop between speakers, not alone in a mere monologue.

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Online French 1 Tutoring review by Daria
We continued progress through the student's book. This time we added more vocabulary, including the nouns and adjectives associated with describing people. We also talked about definite and indefinite articles, and the idea of gendered nouns. I was pleased to see that she has been doing review on her own, and gave her some tips for how to practice speaking/listening.
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Online French 1 Tutoring review by Morganne
Worked on reviewing verbs, learning new feelings, writing and conversation. Working with his flashcards is really helping him to retain vocab. His confidence in speaking and vocab is also growing. He should continue flashcard review (especially verbs).
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Online French 1 Tutoring review by Kristi
I taught some French pronunciation and introduced the student to the francophone world by showing her all the countries where French is spoken. The student did well even though she is a special education student with an IEP in middle school and her difficulty is in the subject of English. She has been exempted from foreign languages study, but she is getting a head start in French with me before she starts French Level 1 in 7th grade next year. The student is going to really try hard to pass French Level 1 next year. I asked her to look up the capitols of the francophone countries and the European countries we studied where French is not spoken. I left her with a website where she can use the 30 day free trial to practice elementary French with games online. No concerns at all.
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Online French 1 Tutoring review by Nancy
The student reinforced his use of greetings, introducing his family (he constructed a great and very creative family tree), the alphabet, possessive pronouns and pronunciation. Today he showed progress in pronunciation, comprehension and grasp of key phrases.
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Online French 1 Tutoring review by Maureen
During this session, the student shared his homework on special uses of the definite article with me. He understands the topic with little prompting, though he will need to continue to practice this specific skill. After reviewing the homework, we moved back to work on verbs, which we set aside for a short time to work on nouns, articles, and adjective agreement. The student can accurately conjugate basic -er verbs and demonstrates understanding of conjugation in general. Today we worked on special spellings of -er verbs, such as verbs ending in -ger and -cer, and verbs with "e"s with accents. For homework, the student will practice these skills in the Schaum's grammar book.
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Online French 1 Tutoring review by Robert
We covered conjugating -er verbs and 13 verbs using the same forms. We looked over the workbook using these forms. I asked her to study the verbs and the conjugation pattern of these verbs. She worked hard at learning the patterns and the pronunciations.
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