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4 French teachers are available for private French lessons in Dublin, in-person or online French classes. + Read more TUTOROO now works with 4 private French tutors available for in-person or for online private French classes. You can browse through the teachers profiles below to contact your preferred private tutor. We will introduce you to another private French teacher in the event the tutor you've inquired for is not available or cannot accommodate your needs. Pick your private French teacher and start learning French today! Read less

Speak french with me :D
Sandra
 France
 Dublin 8

Private French tutor in Dublin

Teacher joined in Aug, 2022

Bonjour 😁 I am Sandra and I am a native french speaker. If you want to practice French, learn vocabs, learn about the French culture, I am right there for you! This will be chill conversation classes with a bit of grammar. No pressure to speak well straight away, lets go step by step, your way. With me, mistakes are more than welcome. Patience and repetition are key. Just have fun in learning and trust the process. I adapt myself to you and your needs, and as everyone is different I 'll make sure to catch your way of learning. Wether you are more visual, or more auditive... Lets speak soon 😃

 Tutor available for 1 more student

EUR 18 / hour  Contact now
A great option for starters, whatever the age
Neil
 (2 reviews)
 Ireland
 Ballinteer-Woodpark ED, Leinster, Ireland

Improve your French with a native teacher

Teacher joined in Apr, 2020

When I was growing up, my holidays saw me visit France, Germany and Spain amongst other countries. I became fascinated with languages, in particular French and German, and though I started at university studying Hotel Management, I switched to do a French and German degree after 2 years with no regret and I achieved a two-one with a distinction in spoken French. I lived in both France and Germany, each of them for three years. I made sure that I worked and lived with French and German people because I wanted fluency and whilst a degree helps, living there (and avoiding English mother tongue speakers) is the only way to get fluency in-depth and feel the language really flowing from top to bottom. In fact, my time in both countries gave me a great career which I enjoyed every minute of. Having had a commercial career for 20 years, the teaching itch wouldn't go away and I decided to get qualified for secondary school. Whilst living in Cologne I had given private English lessons twice a week which gave me a good feeling of what teaching was all about. So here I am, looking to spread my passion for French and German. In mid-2018, I had an operation which has taken nearly two years to recover from, but it has me more enthusiastic than ever to get back into teaching, indeed I was giving face-to-face grinds until the Corona virus hit the world. In terms of teaching English, I know what it takes and needs in terms of effort and time, but there’s got to be pleasure in the learning. Anything from A1 to B1 inclusive is my target customer at this point for any age. So if any of this sounds appealing, then it would be great if you got in touch...

 Tutor available for 1 more student

EUR 30 / hour  Contact now
French teacher who loves French and teaching.
Ewa
 (9 reviews)
 Poland
 Dublin 7, Leinster, Ireland

French course in Dublin near you

Teacher joined in Mar, 2019

My name is Ewa. I am Polish and I speak French fluently. I am a French teacher with an university diploma in French language and literature as well as Dalf C1 . I spent 8 years in Belgium where I obtained a diploma in Office Management. I have been working with French for 15 years and I was giving French classes to my colleagues at work. I started to give French online classes a year ago and since than I managed to gain confidence of students based in Ireland and Poland. During the classes, I emphasize oral expression and pronunciation through various exercices. I use reliable materials of French publishers which are included in the price.

 Tutor available for 2 more students

EUR 15 / hour  Contact now
Learn French with a Qualified and Passionate Native Speaker
Ludivine
 (5 reviews)
 France
 Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland

Learn French with private classes

Teacher joined in Aug, 2018

Bonjour ! I'm Ludivine, French native speaker from Normandy. After a master degree in teaching French as a foreign language, my objective is to share the French language and culture through playful and communicative activities, suited to your needs. I have been working at the Alliance Française with students from 3 to 80 years old, willing to discover French through songs and games, to improve their oral skills or to prepare for the DELF exam. Beginner or advanced, why not learn something new about the language of Molière or Stromae today ? Please note I am only available once a week to start and we can increase the number of classes as we go along. A bientôt !

 Tutor available for 5 more students

EUR 40 / hour  Contact now

Learn French online or offline with the best private French tutors. Private French lessons will be held by TUTOROO tutors directly and custom-made for your private learning needs. Learn French effectively with the help of a native speaking French tutor. Have fun learning a new language!

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The most difficult part in learning a foreign language is the practice, which can be acquired only by conversing with a native speaker. For people willing to practice foreign languages, it is difficult to find a private language tutor who lives or works in their city. TUTOROO has been designed to provide a frictionless experience while connecting tutors to students, for private in-person language lessons.

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"I found the perfect tutor for me, I became able to speak in another language and enjoyed meeting new people from other cultures. I've improved my language skills, without traveling abroad. Thanks TUTOROO!"

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French FAQs

What are the Benefits of Learning French with a Private Tutor?

Investing time and resources in learning French with a private French tutor is always a great decision in order to master la langue de Molière. Although there are various French lessons to choose from, mostly online, platforms often don't give learners the utmost attention they need to learn French.

Thanks to private French lessons, learners have tailored learning fit for their learning needs. Here are the top benefits of taking private French lessons.

How Many Countries Employ French as an Official Language?

One of the most widely spoken languages in the world is the French language. It originated from France, as this is where the language derived its name. Getting to know how many countries speak French can boost your will to take French lessons.

Like Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, French is a romance language. From the Gallo-Romance dialect of Northern France, French replaced Latin in 1539 to be the official language of France. This declaration was made by François I.

About 29 countries in the world employ French as their official language, coming close behind English as the second most used official language in the world. Some countries that employ French either as a first language or have a large number of residents that speak French include:

Interestingly, in the European Union, French is the only spoken language in the Union's Court of Justice and it is also one of the working languages of the United Nations.

Is French Difficult to Learn?

French isn't difficult to learn. It is regarded as a category 1 language, making it similar to English and easier to learn than categories 3 and 4 hard or extremely hard languages. Also, you don't need a formal education to learn French. You can learn French online.

For native English learners, learning French shouldn't come off as difficult as both languages share the same alphabet. However, the only significant difference is the le c cédille (ç), and accent on French vowels.

With the right learning methods and a skilled private tutor, learning French is pretty easy. Your enthusiasm to learn the French language as well as motivation can outweigh whatever difficulty you encounter while learning French. One point to note when learning a new language is understanding what makes the language difficult. Once that is out of the way, you're on the path to mastering any language of your choice.

Does TUTOROO offer Hybrid French lessons?

TUTOROO offers French lessons online and physical French classes. Depending on your preference, you can combine both modes of learning to ensure you get the best learning experience.

For instance, if you're in Sydney and would rather take physical lessons, you can learn French online on our website. Hybrid lessons offer learners flexibility especially if their schedule is demanding.

What Popular French Proficiency Tests Can I Take?

French proficiency exams evaluate how well non-native French speakers are able to communicate in French in a real-life situation. Also, French proficiency tests measure a learner's French skills in writing, listening, speaking and reading. The proficiency tests are international standardized exams and are recognised worldwide.

If you wish to study in France, Canada or any country that speaks French, it's important you undergo french proficiency tests. For instance, hiring a French tutor in Brisbane can help you prepare for French proficiency tests in Brisbane with ease if you're resident there. At the end of the tests, the diplomas are proof of your French skills and can offer a chance to study in several french-speaking universities.

Additionally, a high percentage of educational institutions in French-speaking countries require that you pass the tests for postgraduate and undergraduate programmes. For workers, the demand to be fluent in French is growing in the corporate world, especially for jobs requiring the knowledge of French. You can use your certificate to show you're competent in applying for jobs that have French speaking and writing skills as a prerequisite.

The organisation conducts the French proficiency tests in line with the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Language) guidelines. French proficiency tests you can take include,

It helps to know that there are six levels of DELF AND DALF. They are,

Other french proficiency tests are,

How Soon Can I Become Fluent in French?

Becoming fluent in French not only depends on how skilled your French tutor is but also on your environment. For instance, if you stay in a place where French is the predominant language, you can grasp the language in a short period. With immersion, you can become fluent in French in about a year or less.

However, if you're learning French and you stay in a place where French isn't spoken, it may take you a longer period to become fluent in French. For instance, learners living in Melbourne may take a longer time becoming fluent in French if they aren't fully or partially immersed. Therefore, it becomes important that they get French tutors in Melbourne to speed up their fluency.

As a beginner, you can get fluent in French in a little above a year with partial French immersion. Partial French immersion involves you devoting your time to learning French with a French tutor at home.

To speed up your fluency in French using the partial immersion method, it's important that you use tools that pull you deeper into the French language. For instance, you can fill up your leisure time indulging in activities that involve French as much as you can. You can watch French movies, read French books and listen to the news in French.

How Many People in the World Speak French?

French is a popular language as about 300 million people all over the world speak French. According to the International Organisation of the Francophonie, in 2018, about 235 million people speak French daily.

The figure shows how much French has grown. As of 2005, only a little above 175 million people globally spoke French. Also, French native speakers are about 77 million globally allowing French learners to be fully or partially immersed while learning French with a French tutor.

Furthermore, the International Organisation of Francophonie estimates that by 2050, the number of French speakers will rise to 715 million with 85% of this figure coming from Africa. However, this estimate largely depends on schooling evolution and how much importance the French are given in education.

Can My TUTOROO Private Tutor Me for French Proficiency Tests like DELF and DALF?

Yes. TUTOROO private French tutors are experienced and certified with most of them being genuine native speakers. As a learner, you can work with your French tutor to arrange your sessions according to your schedule.

Having a native speaker teach you French for DELF and DALF not only ensures you pass the tests but also get high grades. Our tutors have previously taught students for french proficiency tests and are passionate about sharing their culture and knowledge with learners.

Owing to the nature of French proficiency tests, learners are tested based on writing, speaking, listening and reading, an online tutor may not cut it. Having a private French tutor allows learners to smash their goals while focusing on the four skills the tests are based on.

Can I Change My Tutor if I'm Not Satisfied With Their Competence or Style?

There are several French tutors on TUTOROO, each with a unique style and expertise. Typically, the TUTOROO team facilitates and coordinates the tutor recruitment process for learners to ensure they are paired with a tutor that matches their budget, needs and wants.

We provide students with a large database of tutors and give them the freedom to either accept or refuse our top selection. However, in the event you're not pleased with your tutors' style of teaching or competence, you can request another French tutor.

Why Should I Learn French?

Not only is French an easy language to learn, but it also makes learning other romance languages like Italian, Spanish and Portuguese easy. Also, aside from English, French is the only language that is taught globally. Here are five reasons you should learn French:

How Can I Become a French Tutor at TUTOROO?

Becoming a French tutor at TUTOROO isn't difficult. Typically, you don't need to have certifications or qualifications to become a private tutor in the city you live in, especially if you live overseas for several months or years. All you're required to have is the confidence and time to teach people conversations in your native language, although our team will verify your proficiency before onboarding you on our platform. Once you're all set, we will be able to share your TUTOROO profile and attract learners for your private classes.

This way, you will be able to earn a steady income while teaching a language you know and love. Our most successful tutors make as much as $8,000 monthly.

With TUTOROO, you can reach students interested in learning your mother tongue in person (physical classes) or online.

One unique benefit of being a tutor on TUTOROO is that your work schedule is flexible, and there's a steady flow of jobs as many students are signing up to learn French.

All you have to do is sign up here to get started! Our team typically responds within three working days to help you teach your mother tongue to others.