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French is a fun and engaging language to learn, spoken in many different countries all over the world you'll be able to travel the world and make new connections. When beginning to learn a new language there's a few different ways you can get started.
Depending on whether your French skills are at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level you'll need to consider what type of classes you are looking for. Think about whether you want to focus on conversational French and improving your speaking, or if want to improve your written skills. Book your first lesson free today with here at Superprof.
Investing some of your free time into regular French lessons with tutor is also a great way to meet other people who are interested in learning French if you decide to take group conversation classes. Take into consideration what type of French lessons you are looking for, and that will help narrow down your search for the perfect tutor.
If you are currently in your final two years of high school in NSW and you've chosen French as one of your HSC subjects then why not improve your exam and oral preparation by working with a tutor who has experience teaching others.
Some of our French tutors here at Superprof may be recent high school graduates, so they'll be able to give you helpful hints and tips of how to study and improve your speaking, writing and grammar, reading comprehension and more. With the help of a tutor, and your first lesson free, you'll be feeling prepared for written and oral exams in no time.
Finding the right tutor is important, having good rapport with your tutor will make the classes fun and engaging which always have a positive effect on your learning.
Browse through our platform view the tutors we have at Superprof, you'll be able to see which tutors are in your local area in Wollongong and Sydney. Click on a tutor's profile to read through their experience and qualifications, read through past reviews left by previous students and get an understanding of what kind of tutor you want.
It can be tricky trying to manage a busy work or school life, committing to a regular time for French lessons outside of work or school is an easy way to stay motivated and achieve your goals. If you happen to find a tutor that's perfect for you but just outside of where you're willing to travel, then take a look at some of the different options there are for French lessons here at Superprof.
Private tuition is a good option if you are a HSC student and have chosen French as one of your final subjects, you'll receive face to face personalised lessons, detailed feedback and additional learning resources. Prepare for both your written and oral exams with the support of an experienced tutor by your side.
It's also a great option if you're new to the language and are at a beginner level, private face to face tuition will allow you to master the basics in a short amount of time. Working with a tutor will allow you to learn how to improve your speaking, listening and reading comprehension skills.
Face to face tuition can often be on the higher end of the cost scale, so make sure to consider your budget and see if there are more affordable and financially accessible options.
If you are someone looking to learn French so you can meet new people and engage with new communities and cultures, then group conversation classes are a fabulous way to make new friends and practise your speaking all at once! There is less pressure to speak perfectly when you're in a room surrounded by other beginners and enthusiastic learners.
Group Conversation Classes can often be more affordable and cost less than private tuition as there are more people to cover the cost of the lesson. However you will get less one on one time and feedback from your tutor, but will have other students to study with.
Private online lessons are practically identical to private lessons and group lessons if you choose, but they are delivered online. Your tutor may use a digital learning video platform such as Zoom, Skype, or Webex. This is a suitable option for someone who prefers to learn at home, or if you find a tutor who is outside of where you are willing to travel.
Online classes can sometimes be more affordable as you and your tutor won't have to commute. Check out which tutors in Wollongong and the Sydney area are offering to deliver their sessions online today with Superprof.
There are few ways that you can support your French learning in between your lessons with your tutor, practising a new language regularly is one of the best ways to make progress in short amount of time. Seeking out online French learning tools and media is a fun way to expand your French vocabulary and develop a repertoire of topics you can discuss in French.
In order to improve your listening and reading comprehension skills in French it could be a good idea to engage with French print and digital media. Listening to the French news on SBS for example, is a great way to experience listening to native speakers and practise your comprehension.
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Your private French tutor may even have some extra recommendations of podcast, TV show and book titles for you to explore and enjoy. Mobile apps and podcasts are a good option if you're someone who works full time, listen to a French podcast on your commute to work or complete a few activities on a language app on your lunch break.
Remember not all media in French comes from France, check out media from countries in Africa, the Pacific Islands and Canada too. New Caledonia is a French territory that is only just over a 3 hour flight from Sydney! When learning a new language it's also important to diversify your knowledge of where the language is spoken and why, make sure to engage with some French history as well.
In Wollongong, the average cost of French courses is $32 per hour.
Tutors rates will vary depending on:
In Wollongong and its surrounds, there are 5 private French tutors available to teach private lessons
To find your private tutor, read their profile to find out more information about what they're offering.