I have been teaching French for 10 years, and I started working for Cactus in 2019 in Oxford.
I have been living in the UK for a little more than 6 years.
I studied English Literature and have a Masters Degree in French as a Foreign Language. I taught in the University of Guelph in Canada, for Alliance Française and the Oxford School of French in Oxford.
I work as a translator, voice artist, silversmith and as the manager of a restaurant.
I was born in Montpellier, a sun-kissed city close to the sea and not too far from the Pyrenees. It is famous for its relaxed pedestrian city-centre and its “grisettes”, sweet made with honey and liquorice.
“La galette des Rois” is a traditional frangipane tart eaten on the 6th January. In Provence, we prefer “la couronne”, a crown shaped brioche decorated with candied fruits which represent jewels.
The best way to become good at a language is to get rid of the idea that you are going to make a mistake and accept that a foreign language can make no sense at all!
I would love to count you as one of my students!
Au revoir et à bientôt!
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