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Get in touch with me! Feel free to contact me for a free 1/2-hour assessment – or any questions you may have about French. I would be happy to hear from you. I usually meet you in a coffee shop downtown Victoria so that we get to know each other. Then you get to decide if you want to work with me. Then, depending on your budget, the time you can spend and your goal, we can define the rhythm and how many times we can get together in a week.
Everyone learns differently, and that’s’ what I need to define during our first contact. Some people need to work intensively to achieve results. Others needs time to process and make sure they get it right before they can move on. This is why it’s important to get first together to figure out what’s the best for you in term of timing and frame.Sometimes you have deadlines, such as an exam, a new job coming or set holidays.
Our first contact will also establish the means to reach these deadlines. Your level of proficiency is also crucial in how a week looks like. According to the European Com, you need 2,5 hours per week to maintain proficiency in a language and, according to Gladwell, 10 000 hours to make sure it sticks and this over a period of 10 years!
This can help to define what we need to achieve by then. Learning a language is about repetition, and getting exposure to the language as much as possible.
Our brain doesn’t work linearly, which means that we have to come back to reinforce certain knowledge. But more importantly, you need to have the desire to learn French. That’s your key to success!