I provide both face-to-face and online lessons. I teach all age groups, all levels for French and up to GCSE/Intermediate in German.

  • Face-to-face Lessons

Face-to-face lessons take place in Le Vésinet, just a 3-minute walk from the RER A station Le Vesinet-Centre.

Lessons are available on a one-to-one basis,  in small groups of 2 (couples, friends…) and in larger groups (6 people max.).

Lessons can be for leisure, work, exams, French naturalisation (DELF, TEF, TCF, interview at the Prefecture…), etc.

Types of classes :

  • Individual lessons available in French or German: conversation, various topics, and grammar. French (all levels welcome A1 to C2). German (beginners only A1-A2). €30/one-hour lesson (€20 for the first hour). 
  • Lessons in French or German for 2 people: various topics, grammar and short conversation. French (all levels welcome A1 to C2). German (beginners only A1-A2). €20/person/one-hour lesson (€13/person for the first hour).
  • Group conversation only: suitable for students with an intermediate (B1-B2) or advanced (C1-C2) level of French. Max: 6 participants per class.  €10/one-hour class (50% off the first class).
  • French or German beginners classes of 6 people max. Suitable for complete beginners and false beginners. The purchase of a textbook will be required. Not currently running. 

Please contact me if you wish to book individual lessons or join any of these classes.

  • Online Lessons

Online tuition is a flexible way of learning a language and a cost-effective alternative to face-to-face tuition. There are no travel costs and you can have your lesson from the comfort of your home or office. I can work with either FaceTime or Skype. I recommend a pair of headphones.

Lesson duration: 30, 45 or 60 minutes.
Online tuition is only available on a one-to-one basis or group of 2-3 people in the same room.

Types of Online French and German Lessons Tuition:
Conversation lessons (French only): the conversation is spontaneous or based on a prepared text/topic emailed in advanced to the student(s).
Specific lessons (French and German): working on a grammar point, pronunciation, preparing for an interview, working on an essay, etc. You tell me in advance what you would like to work on and I prepare it.