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Online Tuition for French and Italian

I am a French national with a Masters Degree in Modern Languages from the Sorbonne University in Paris. Since 1990 I have taught French and Italian to students at primary, secondary and university level in Paris, Milan and London, covering both language and literature.

I know the technique to achieve the best results at exams. My unique approach has been recognised by the Times Educational Supplement. I train teachers and my method is used in schools in the UK. Just look at my publications on or Brilliant Publications.

I give private tuition to children and adults and I successfully prepare my students for the following exams: Common Entrance / GCSE / IGCSE / A Level / IB.

Tutoring Experience

French and Italian language teacher:
- Tuition for primary/Common Entrance/GCSE/IGCSE/A-Level students (various examination boards: mostly Edexcel and AQA)
- Courses for companies including Goldman Sachs, Sony, Ubisoft and ICL
- Italian teacher at Wimbledon High School
- French evening classes at West Norwood Adult Education Centre
-Taught Italian to GCSE students at Wimbledon High School for two years.
-Established a new French club for primary children at Park Community School in Morden.
-Examiner for the Baccalaureate in France

Teacher Trainer for primary and secondary teachers.

Tutoring Approach

I believe that a foreign language can be remembered and mastered by students if they use memory tricks and idea association. That’s why I created my own innovative way of teaching as presented in my books published by Brilliant Publications and supplied on Amazon.

Here are some examples:

  • cacher = to hide (Memory trick: imagine you hide your cash and cash reminds us of cacher).

  • cher = expensive (Memory trick: when something is expensive we want to share the expense).

  • pendant = during (Memory trick: in the word ‘during’ there is ‘ring’. However, the French word use a different piece of jewellery: pendant)

LanguagesFrench, Italian
AvailabilityWeekdays (all times)
References Available On File


Sorbonne University Paris1988MastersCertificat d'Etudes Superieures
Sorbonne University Paris1987BachelorsLicence Langues Vivantes Etrangeres in Italian language
Sorbonne University Paris1985OtherDiplome d'Etudes Universitaires Generales in Italian
Lycee Jean Jaures Paris1983SchoolBaccalaureat

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