Award-Winning French Tutors in Dayton, OH

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Private In-Home and Online French Tutoring in Dayton, OH

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.

How can a French tutor help you?

The language of Descartes, Louis XIV, Balzac, and Napoleon is still spoken today by nearly 77 million French people. To truly understand the French language and appreciate the unique culture around it, you'll have to study hard. More importantly, you'll have to study correctly. Having a knowledgeable instructor who may personally walk you through the pitfalls of language learning may try to help you make the most of your time. Luckily, Varsity Tutors may find you an expert French tutor in Dayton, OH, who may try to help you rise to the top of the class.

Studying French isn't just a matter of learning which nouns have what gender, or knowing how articles indicate number. You also have to know how the average French person communicates in daily life. A textbook may teach you that French verbs are divided into moods, but it may not teach you the nuanced way in which French speakers use those verbs to indicate their personal attitudes. For that, you'll need a knowledgeable speaking partner. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors may help you connect with French tutors in Dayton who may be able to take your studies from textbook to actual conversation.

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French Tutoring review by Roshan in Dayton, OH
The student has made great progress today with his speaking skills, being able to formulate phrases much quicker and with ease. We talked about his job completely in French, which is a rather difficult topic. We also went over some new vocabulary to do with his work.
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French Tutoring review by Salpi in Dayton, OH
Today we learned the days of the week and some of the body parts. We reviewed everything that we had previously learned. The student now knows how to pronounce the alphabet in French. She is improving every session and is a pleasure to teach.
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French Tutoring review by David in Dayton, OH
We covered the past tense and irregular verb conjugations both in the past and the present. The student needed help most with differentiating when to use avoir and etre in the past tense, but with practice, I am sure that she will understand the concept. During the session, we practiced speaking in the past tense in order to work on pronunciation as well as listening skills. The student seems to be understand spoken French well.
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French Tutoring review by Alyson in Dayton, OH
Today we spoke about our respective weekends, utilizing the passe compose and various vocabulary words. I gave the student some materials with vocabulary for the kitchen: cooking verbs, genres like beverages, veggies, desserts, etc. I also gave her the House of Etre diagrams, including Dr & Mrs Vandertramp for her to review on her own. We chose a recipe together online to do this Friday when I see her. We converted the measurements from the metric/French style into the standard American units we were familiar with. As we neared the end of the session, we read through some of the vocab together and talked about the roots of words and how to better ingrain them into our memories. She said she would have a goal of learning/memorizing 10/day on her own.
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French Tutoring review by Lyndia in Dayton, OH
We practiced numbers, speaking, and went over some popular sayings that the student wanted to review.
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French Tutoring review by John in Dayton, OH
The student and I figured out why the third person plural of "etre" has been a challenge to execute with the correct pronunciation. Part of the problem to resolve was the critical spelling difference of the third person plural of the two verbs. I made it clear to him that he should not be discouraged with pronunciation in French. I happen to be a stickler for good pronunciation. He expressed a desire to begin conversational French with me as part of our sessions. I initially replied that we should do more grammar, and that is honestly how I feel. On the other hand, a few minutes devoted to brief exchanges of conversation would certainly prove useful to practice the verb conjugations, expressions, and vocabulary covered in each session. I will note to express options the student has at his disposal when it comes to listening to French in real life. I will recommend free online videos and other sites for listening in French as my sessions with him continue.
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