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edited August 2011 in French
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  • Bonjour! 

    My name is Sev, and I am excited to be part of the extraordinary Living Language team as a French tutor.

    Raised in the Loire Valley, I have travelled the world and taught French language for many years, and so I will be happy to help you master your skills in this much loved Romance language which is French.

    Learning should be fun & live, as life itself!
  • Bonjour
    Je m'appelle Xuan-Nga (ça se prononce presque comme Sonia) et je suis aussi tutrice pour le français. Je suis d'origine vietnamienne mais j'ai grandi dans le sud-est de la France: Marseille, Toulon, Nice. J'ai aussi vécu quelques années à Paris avant de partir pour les Etats-Unis!
    On dit souvent que le français est une langue difficile à apprendre mais vous verrez qu'avec un peu de persévérance, ça peut être amusant voire même passionnant!
    A bientôt!

    My name is Xuan-Nga (pronounced almost like Sonia) and I am also a French e-tutor.
    I am originally from Vietnam but grew up in the South East of France: Marseille, Toulon, Nice. I also lived for a few years in Paris before moving to the States.
    French is often considered a difficult language to learn but you'll see that with some determination, learning can become fun and exciting!
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