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French tutor Celia C

Celia C

5.0
327 Lessons
From
$25.36 / h
From
France
Speaks
English and French
"I think cecilia is a very good tutor as I learn a lot even though my French isn't that good."
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French tutor Méloée B

Méloée B

4.98
2130 Lessons
From
$24.26 / h
From
France
Speaks
English, French, and Spanish
"She is an outstanding instructor who combines patience, active questioning and feedback. She incorporates video materials to enhance comprehension and..."
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French tutor Solene C

Solene C

5.0
213 Lessons
From
$27.57 / h
From
France
Speaks
English, French, and Thai
"Solene is excellent! She is patient with beginning students and creates conversation that effectively helps students learn to speak and..."
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French tutor Stephanie L

Stephanie L

4.98
160 Lessons
From
$40.80 / h

Stephanie L

From
France
Speaks
English and French
"Always great?"
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French tutor Ava D

Ava D

5.0
114 Lessons
From
$27.57 / h
From
France
Speaks
English and French
"encoure fantastique. cinq etoiles :) "
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French tutor Lisa O

Lisa O

4.98
1069 Lessons
From
$18.75 / h
From
France
Speaks
Arabic, English, French, and Spanish
"Really enjoyed my first lesson. I look forward to many more."
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French tutor Marina B

Marina B

4.89
214 Lessons
From
$35.29 / h
From
France
Speaks
English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish
"Marina is fantastic! We've had a couple lessons at this point and she is preparing me for my quickly upcoming..."
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French tutor Céline A

Céline A

5.0
147 Lessons
From
$33.08 / h
From
France
Speaks
English, French, and Spanish
"je me sens bien sur le progrès"
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French tutor Anais H

Anais H

5.0
7 Lessons
From
$38.60 / h
From
Switzerland
Speaks
English, French, German, and Spanish
"I liked advancing my French with Anais, she is very friendly and easy to talk to. I loved that she..."
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French tutor Kevin F

Kevin F

5.0
114 Lessons
From
$20.95 / h
From
France
Speaks
English, French, and Italian
"It was good to start my first lesson with Kev. I was pleased with the activities we did in the..."
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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best options for taking French lessons in Vancouver?

There are several options for learning French in Vancouver, whether you live in the city center or the suburbs. You can use an app or software program to learn basic vocabulary and grammar. You can also join group lessons with French tutors in Vancouver if you prefer a social learning experience. Alternatively, you can take one-on-one lessons with a private tutor, which is more expensive but may be the most effective option if you have a good tutor. Learning online may make private tutors a more affordable choice. Prices vary based on the tutor, but are generally cheaper than in-person lessons in Vancouver.

How much do French tutors in Vancouver charge per hour?

Our research indicates that the average cost for private French lessons in Vancouver is between $25-$35 per hour. Online tutors do not need to travel to you and often live in countries with a lower cost of living, so the hourly cost is generally lower.

What is the best way to find a French tutor near me in Vancouver?

If you prefer not to learn online with tutor, LanguaTalk may not be the right choice for you. Instead, you can search for tutor, we recommend giving online learning a try as it is often as good as in-person learning and allows you to access better tutors at a lower cost. You can also book a free trial session to see if it is right for you.

What are the differences between learning French online with a tutor and learning face-to-face with a tutor in Vancouver?

Sometimes students tell us that they're not sure about learning French online because they think it’ll be completely different to learning face-to-face. But usually when they try it, they find that the experience is almost the same and they often build a solid relationship with their tutor.

Once you start a video call with your chosen tutor, you’ll be able to communicate with them as if you were in the same room. The tutor will typically also share learning resources with you (newspaper articles, YouTube, etc.) and you’ll be able to collaborate in real-time using a tool like Google Docs or Dropbox Paper.

Do any of the tutors on LanguaTalk offer in-person French lessons in Vancouver?

Some tutors on LanguaTalk may offer local lessons, but most only provide online lessons as it is more convenient and allows them to work from home. In addition, many tutors do not teach French in Vancouver as they live elsewhere in the world. If you book a lesson with a tutor, you should assume that it will be online unless the tutor specifically states that they offer in-person lessons in Vancouver.

Lessons are conducted one-on-one, allowing you to receive personalized attention from your tutor. lessons are conducted via video call, and you can use any device with a stable internet connection and a webcam to join the lesson.

Your tutor will create a customized lesson plan based on your goals, learning style, and current level. During the lesson, you will have the opportunity to speak, listen, and interact with your tutor in real-time. Your tutor may also provide you with additional materials, such as audio recordings or written exercises, to help you practice and consolidate your learning.

Most students take 55-minute lessons. However, some tutors also offer the option of 30-minute lessons. If this is available, it will be noted on their profile (below their pricing and above the 'Buy Lessons' button).

In general, we recommend 55-minute lessons for most students. You may want to consider 30-minute lessons only if you have an intermediate level and only want conversation practice, or if the lesson is for a child.

On LanguaTalk, you can find highly qualified tutors who offer personalized 1-on-1 French lessons based on your goals and learning style. Here's how it works:

1 - Search for a tutor who meets your needs by reviewing videos, ratings, prices, and availability.

2 - Schedule a trial lesson. Many tutors offer a 30-minute trial for free, while others offer a discounted price.

3 - Take your personalized lessons with your chosen tutor via video call. Or, you can try a different tutor if you prefer.

You don't need to enter any payment information to book a free trial session. Please only book a trial if you are interested in taking lessons. Prices vary by tutor, and you can use filters to find a tutor who fits your budget. You can pay for each lesson individually or purchase multiple lessons at a discounted rate (view a tutor's profile to see their pricing options).

We're confident you'll enjoy learning with LanguaTalk. We are trusted by students around the world because of our transparency. We ask students to rate each lesson, and we display these ratings on the tutor's profile.

99.8% of lesson ratings are 5 stars. This is because, unlike other platforms, we only accept the top 10% of tutor applications.

To see our full list of frequently asked questions or get assistance from our friendly team, click the 'Help' button in the bottom-right. You can also watch videos of students sharing their experiences with LanguaTalk below.

If you're new to LanguaTalk, we'll provide you with a credit for a free trial lesson. Many, but not all, tutors offer these for free. If they do not, the price will be reduced to 30 percent of their full lesson price, so you can still try a session at a minimal cost.

Trial lessons are 30 minutes long. They allow you to evaluate whether the tutor is a good fit for you and experience learning online. The tutor will assess your level and try to understand your needs and interests so they can customize any lessons you decide to take. You will be encouraged to speak in French as much as possible, but you can also speak in English if needed.

If, after your trial lesson, you don't feel that the tutor is right for you, you can schedule a trial lesson with another tutor for 30 percent of their full lesson price.

The advantage of taking lessons online is that you can learn at any time and from any location. When you select a tutor, check their calendar to ensure that they have available slots that fit your schedule. Some tutors may have limited availability due to high demand from other students.