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Around 270 million people in the world speak French. It is established as one of the 6 official languages of the United Nations (UN) and many other international organisations use as a working language. As numerous French companies do business in New Zealand and employees move between the two countries taking part in a constant cultural exchange. In addition to economic cooperation, New Zealand has strong political ties with France. This already makes French a very useful language in New Zealand. But on top of that, aside from France, the French language is spoken in more than 30 other countries around the world, many of which also have a very close relationship with New Zealand. A good level of French will give you access to the traditions and culture of all those countries and, of course, open up lots of professional opportunities. So why not start learning it online right now by taking lessons via audio or video calls? Start by taking one class per week and you'll see all the benefits of it.
In addition to being useful, learning French can be really enthralling and may even become a hobby you'll pursue in your free time. It may sound like a stereotype but French gastronomy, cinema, music, fashion, art, science and literature are famous all across the world and French learners can enjoy them while they learn the grammar and new words and their level improves: from beginner to intermediate and from intermediate to advanced. Perhaps, you are motivated by the beautiful sounds of the language, an emblematic French character, a trip to Paris or another French-speaking country, a student exchange, or you simply find French an easy language to learn due to its similarities with English. You may also find French grammar too intricate and take it as a challenge. These are, of course, just a few reasons to like the French language and to take French lessons.
You may want to improve your knowledge of French, have some speaking practice or start learning it from scratch, Superprof provides you with French and New Zealand teachers online who perfectly master the language and will help you learn it too so you can use it at school, at work or perhaps on a trip as soon as possible. You'll have fun taking your online French courses, review what you already know and improve your level of French with ease. If you have more than one class per week, you'll probably move forward very quickly.
French culture is so rich and special that you can find lots of activities that will boost your level of French while you have a good moment. If you're a music fan you can listen to French language music in your free time. You'll certainly find songs with great lyrics that will inspire you to move forward. If you only start discovering French culture, give a try to Zaz or Stromae who are great contemporary artists. Listening to French songs will get your ear used to the language and you'll understand French speakers much more easily and speak better during your lessons. If you like cinema, there is great news for you too. France produces lots of great movies and TV shows, among which Le bureau des légendes and Lupin. You'll learn more about France and maybe pick up some colloquial words and expressions you can use in Paris afterwards. Finally, French literature is so huge that you can find great books of any genre and on any topic. Bernard Lévy could interest those who're looking for fascinating stories and Michel Houellebecq writes good prose with a bit of dark humor. Reading is a good solution to practice the language and a great way to extend your vocabulary and improve your spelling of difficult words. You can also download audio books once you've read the paper version and listen to the right pronunciation. French culture will strengthen your motivation to learn the language and will be a perfect complement to your online French classes to boost your skills.
Superprof will help you find some of the best French tutors in New Zealand and around the world. You'll be free, of course, to decide on what you want to learn and to draw up your timetable. If you have an in-person lesson or go to a language school, you have to take your travel time into account. When learning online you'll only need to connect to a video or audio call with your teacher and start learning French. And you can discuss the price and other details directly with the teacher.
The advantage of taking French courses with a private teacher is that they will tailor their lessons to your needs so you can achieve your objectives and boost your skills. Private tutors are professionals who'll know what activities will efficiently improve learners' grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary and how to make each lesson interesting for the student depending on whether they have a beginner, intermediate or advanced level of French. A private tutor can also recommend some content, like audio recordings, you could use to develop your skills.
If you have a job you sometimes have only two options: to attend classes before work or after it. Both can be very stressful. Now you also have the option of taking private lessons from any place and at any time. With online French lessons, you can choose a time on the days that suit you best and receive one-to-one support and a lot of speaking practice. They can help you review what you've already learned and then you can improve your pronunciation and grammar and add French to the list of languages on your CV.
When you take a group lesson, all the students, of course, receive the same information. However, each student doesn't have the same way of thinking and doesn't learn things in the same way as the others. Some learn better by listening to audio recordings and others by writing. As a result, some students advance faster than others and the courses become less efficient. A private teacher, on the other hand, will know your preferences in terms of teaching, as well as your needs. They will adapt their lessons accordingly.
Students sometimes don't learn French as quickly as they'd like to and finding a private tutor seems problematic to them. With Superprof, it's not the case anymore! We have thousands of online French tutors across New Zealand. On our website, you'll have access to their profile with detailed information about their price, experience, teaching methods or levels that (beginner, intermediate, advanced) they teach. You can also read comments from their students to know how interesting and how efficient their classes are. What's more, most of our teachers offer their first lesson for free. This first course gives you the opportunity to get to know them better and learn about their teaching method before hiring them for good. It's also a way to know if you need to review the basics. There is nothing better than practicing French with a native French speaker or a bilingual to learn faster and audio or video calls are the easiest option. Through practice, learners can also improve their grammar, vocabulary and other skills, by the way. So, you can learn French verbs, adjectives or even slang and have speaking practice from the comfort of your home by taking online French classes.
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