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Looking for French Tutor

Postby MdmButterfly » 20 Nov 2006, 10:05

I am looking for a french tutor for my two daughters. Their father is Swiss/French but due to his work schedule the kids do not have much time to spend with him hence the reason why they lack in half of their native tongue. Right now they are fluent English speakers and the older one has just started at a Mandarin speaking Montessori School.

I was wondering (or perhaps I am in the wrong forum) if anyone is interested in coming to teach/interact with my kids in french, perhaps 2x a week for an hour each time. If not, could someone direct me as to where I can look for European language teachers?

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Looking for French Tutor

Postby Juba » 21 Nov 2006, 13:39

You forgot to tell us where you live. If you are anywhere near me, I would be happy to visit you and talk to your children in my so-so French, for free because I am not a native speaker. I would benefit myself by getting some practice.
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