Abigail Wall

French teacher & Expat coach

I'm French, and I'm Canadian as well thanks to my parents. As a French teacher and an expat, I focus on assisting newcomers in France with their new home. This involves the endless bureaucracy as well as blending in with French natives.

The classes will happen on Skype, for which you'll need to have an account.
A class lasts 60 minutes except for the first trial class which is 30 minutes so we get just enough time to get to know each other. 
We usually start with a bit of small talk to ease into the more difficult parts of French. 

You practice your listening and speaking skills for most of the hour and I mix in a reasonable amount of activities so you can review vocabulary and grammar that you haven't mastered yet. 

I always make room for genuine conversation and burning questions you may have about French.

At the end of the class I give you some homework, typically a listening or a writing exercise, which I correct for you before next session.

Finally, when relevant I recommend different resources and tools that you can use to work on your French at home or while commuting.
I specialize in teaching French for English speakers who live in France. If you plan to move to France within a year or two, then you're welcome to contact me so we can discuss the right study plan for you. 

I focus on intermediate and advanced learners, anyone who can already say simple sentences and follow a basic conversation. I do this because my teaching method is based on using mostly French to interact in class and that can be near impossible for beginners to follow. 

I am particularly good at preparing students who want to pass the DELF or the TCF, though it is quite an intensive training. However, I currently do not teach business French, though I can give you recommendations if that's what you're looking for. 

Abigail Wall

French teacher & Expat coach

About Me

I'm French, and I'm Canadian as well thanks to my parents. As a French teacher and an expat, I focus on assisting newcomers in France with their new home. This involves the endless bureaucracy as well as blending in with French natives.

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The classes will happen on Skype, for which you'll need to have an account.
A class lasts 60 minutes except for the first trial class which is 30 minutes so we get just enough time to get to know each other. 
We usually start with a bit of small talk to ease into the more difficult parts of French. 

You practice your listening and speaking skills for most of the hour and I mix in a reasonable amount of activities so you can review vocabulary and grammar that you haven't mastered yet. 

I always make room for genuine conversation and burning questions you may have about French.

At the end of the class I give you some homework, typically a listening or a writing exercise, which I correct for you before next session.

Finally, when relevant I recommend different resources and tools that you can use to work on your French at home or while commuting.
I specialize in teaching French for English speakers who live in France. If you plan to move to France within a year or two, then you're welcome to contact me so we can discuss the right study plan for you. 

I focus on intermediate and advanced learners, anyone who can already say simple sentences and follow a basic conversation. I do this because my teaching method is based on using mostly French to interact in class and that can be near impossible for beginners to follow. 

I am particularly good at preparing students who want to pass the DELF or the TCF, though it is quite an intensive training. However, I currently do not teach business French, though I can give you recommendations if that's what you're looking for.