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In Seattle, the average price of French lessons per hour is $24.
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Learning to speak French fluently has a number of benefits. The ability to communicate in another language will open up many doors to you in terms of employment, travel, and culture. Other benefits of learning French include increased mental flexibility and improved listening skills.
On Superprof, we have a number of highly skilled French tutors available to offer private tuition.
A French teacher can help you work on many things:
You can discuss with your teacher what you hope to achieve from your private French classes.
All French courses with a qualified tutor offer you the chance to learn the French language more efficiently.
Connect with native French speakers on Superprof to master the language faster and to perfect your accent.
Many of our French teachers also offer private online tuition. In fact, about 80% of the private instructors across our platform offer French classes via Zoom.
To find the available online instructors, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.
Online courses via Zoom offer you more benefits. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.
In Seattle and the surrounding areas, there are 15 French teachers available to offer private lessons
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There are currently 15 tutors are available to give French lessons in Seattle and the surrounding areas.
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Learning a second language can be incredibly beneficial for several reasons. First, you will improve your memory and communication skills. Aside from the mental skills, you'll acquire from learning a language, you'll also have many doors of opportunities opening up for you. You could study abroad, find a job abroad, travel without language barriers, and more. If you decide to learn French you should know all the benefits you'll gain from learning the language. French is one of the six official languages used in the United Nations (UN). If you speak English and French you could get a job at the UN headquarters in New York or abroad as a translator, policymaker, social worker, and more. French is the official language in 29 countries across multiple continents. It is spoken as a first language in France, Canada, Belgium, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Algeria, Morocco, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Monaco, parts of Switzerland, parts of Luxembourg, parts of the United States (Louisiana, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont), parts of Italy, and various other communities. French is also the second most taught foreign language in the European Union. If you want to go on a Euro trip with friends or by yourself, knowing French can come in handy and not only in France. Finally, having a second and even a third language listed as one of your skills in your resume can give you an advantage while looking for a job. Companies are looking for employees who have skills that would be an asset for them, so speaking French could mean you could help close a deal with a French company or help translate information on a French website. However, you choose to use your language skills, knowing a second language can give you a great advantage in many different aspects of your life.
There are many challenges that we have to face and overcome if we want to learn a second language. And each language has different challenges regarding pronunciation, slang, spelling, and so on. If you’re learning French and your mother tongue is English here are some of the challenges you’ll face. First, the particularity of gender. In English, objects or places don’t have gender, there's just a neutral word for everything. But that’s not the case for the French. Students are often asking themselves whether words like “book” or “pencil” have feminine or masculine pronouns. Another challenge is pronunciation. The new sounds or silent letters are always something confusing to understand and learn. Keep in mind that French is not necessarily written as it is spoken. French and English are described as “false friends” because they have many similar words but with different meanings. You might think that éventuellement means eventually but it actually means possibly. Or that monnaie means money but it actually means currency, the word for money is argent. Conjugation can also be tricky in French because the language has many irregular verbs, meaning there are many exceptions to the rules. Counting is another tricky aspect of the language. Instead of saying ninety, they say “four times twenty plus ten” (quatre-vingt-dix). If you want to study abroad or work in France you’ll become familiar with the French slang like the verlan which is when they inverse the syllables of a word. For example, instead of saying fou (crazy), they say ouf, or to say musique (music) they say sicmu. But don’t worry, learning a language can be hard but once you get the hang of things you’ll do great!
If you’re in Seattle looking for the perfect French tutor you should use Superprof. On our website, you can search according to location, the skill you’d like to learn, and the level you’re at. Once you define your filters you will see all the tutors teaching French at your level in your area. If you would rather have online lessons then you don't have to specify the location. But if you much rather go learn French by sitting in a cafe downtown, you should specify you’re in Seattle or its surroundings. The list that will pop up will show you all the tutors available in the area, their hourly rates, and a brief description. If you open up the profile of one tutor you will have access to much more information. For instance, you will see their level of experience, their teaching methodologies, their resume, the levels and modalities they teach at, and a picture of them right next to their price per hour. Many tutors on Superprof offer the first lesson for free because they want you to have an opportunity to meet them without having to commit. Once you meet a tutor you can decide if you want to work with them or continue searching. Finding the perfect tutor can be tricky which is why you need to define many things before you start searching. You must define what are your expectations and goals, that way you can communicate them to your tutor and they’ll work with you to help you achieve your objectives. You also need to define what’s your budget so that you choose a tutor according to what you can afford. Finally, you should also organize yourself and your schedule and make sure you can fit your lessons into your weekly routines.
Private tutoring can be really beneficial for the student for several reasons. First, students thrive with the one-on-one modality because all of their needs are met. A tutor will dedicate their time and energy to one student, which means they will notice the student’s strengths, weaknesses, skills, and so on. This will work in the student’s favor because the tutor can design every lesson catering to one person’s needs. Another benefit is the flexibility of scheduling a tutoring lesson. If you go to a language institute you have to accommodate your schedule to the times of the institute. However, if you’re learning French with a tutor you could agree upon a time that works for both of you. Finally, private tutoring can be useful for language students because they have the opportunity to learn a language with someone that has experience teaching and is also a native French speaker.