6 French Tutors Found Near Charleston, SC



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Jeffrey M.

French Tutor

Charleston, SC 29407

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 83 ratings

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Humanities Tutor Specializing in English and Social Sciences

I am a recent graduate from Union University who has worked as a substitute teacher for the past five years in order to support myself through grad school. I now have two masters degrees, one from Union University in Intercultural Studies, and a second degree in Divinity from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. My education and experience has made me proficient in teaching the humanities (English, History, Geography, Sociology, etc.) and, having grown up in Switzerland, I am also comfor... [more]


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John M.

French Tutor

Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

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Senior university student proficient in French, Piano, and Saxophone!

Studied French since beginning of high school. Earning a bachelor's degree in French, and have been abroad in France twice, once for the summer and once for a semester, easily able to hold a conversation and communicate with a native French speaker. Have tutored privately to close friends over the years. Hey there! My name's John E., and I'm a rising senior at the University of South Carolina. I will be graduating with a double major in International Relations and French, plus a minor in Linguistics. Throughout college and high school, I have been playing music with mostly alto saxophone, but [more]


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Skyelynn L.

French Tutor

Charleston, SC 29403

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

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Multilingual language tutor

Now living in the Charleston area after living abroad for seven years, during which time I primarily worked as an ESL teacher and sometimes home tutor in China as well as one year in France. I am fluent in both Mandarin Chinese (including reading/writing Chinese characters) and French with skills in Spanish up to a ?College 201? level. I had previously studied French for approximately 9 years in school (middle school through college) before later living in France. I live uptown on the penin... [more]


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Gina O.

French Tutor

Charleston, SC 29414

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 16 ratings

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Specialized in Italian, Portuguese, French and violin

I have a BA and MA in French Language and Literature. I have tutored/taught French since 1990- and have also given music lessons in French. Gina is a tutor of Italian, Portuguese, French and Spanish. She has a Master's Degree in these languages from the University of Connecticut. She has been tutoring and teaching foreign language and music since 1990 both privately and in schools. She also studied at the Hartt School of Music. Gina is a violinist currently performing with the South Coast Symphony , as well as in a string quartet and jazz duo. Gina gives lessons in violin, viola, and piano. [more]


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Laura B.

French Tutor

Summerville, SC 29485

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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French teacher for grades preschool through 12th grade

I will help with speaking, pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and culture aspects. I will prepare you for quizzes, tests, and other assessments. I will also proofread, edit, and check homework, essays, and other types of work. My name is Laura. On July 19, 2008, I married my amazing husband. We have just moved into our new apartment in North Charleston. I graduated from Holy Innocents' Episcopal School, a small private school in Atlanta, in 2000. I received my BA in French in 2004 from Furman University. I relocated to Charleston in 2005 to pursue my M.ED in language education with a concentr [more]


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Moira K.

French Tutor

Charleston, SC 29492

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.96 71 ratings

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Experienced Math and French tutor-will get you to say "I can"

Hello, I have always enjoyed helping others with math ever since I was in sixth grade. My classmates always did better than I did after I explained how to do a problem. It wasn't until the last five years of my professional career that I became a professional tutor in a small college in upstate New York. I loved every minute of tutoring I did there. As in all the colleges, there students with varied abilities that came for help; some very bright, some average, and some with learning disabil... [more]