MarianneEnglish, Finnish, French lessons - children and adults
Currently a doctoral student in international development studies, I give private language lessons to children and adults in Geneva. My pedagogy is encouraging and fun, and I always adapt the approach according to the pupil and his needs. Professional translator English-Finnish and French-Finnish, I am bilingual French-Finnish and I also speak fluently English and Portuguese. I also have several years of experience as a dance teacher, ask if you are interested :) Degrees: Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (Finland) and Master in European Studies (Belgium).
AlisaGeneva English language course & equipment included
Bilingual English-French, I give private lessons of English in Geneva full time since 2013 (business number IDE & AVS in good standing, possible receipt).
The course of the lessons is done according to the student's objectives, it can be courses of grammar, conversation, or a course combining the two aspects (recommended for beginners). If you do not wish to order a book, photocopies are provided at no extra charge. A vocabulary & summary of the previous course is given to each new lesson.
Living in education, I invest 100% in the preparation of classes. The goal is to have a good time while learning!
AnneFrench as a foreign language course per academic
My course is intended for non-francophone adults of all levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced).
Using a recognized and effective method of learning like the Alter Ego method and all the specialized books in French as a foreign language, my course has a complete and varied content.
All the teaching materials adopted during the course, such as press articles, literature texts, films, audio and other media, bring an optimal dynamic to the course. As a result, they offer a more practical approach to the language and understand all aspects of French and Swiss culture.
Each daily course includes the progressive learning of grammar, spelling, conjugation and vocabulary.
Aware of the importance of mastery of the spoken language, I also devote a large part to oral expression and conversation.
HadrienTailor-made courses in French (grammar, conversation, writing, oral, dissertations ...)
Graduate teacher with a federal degree obtained as a free candidate (old Greek option and math).
This course is perfect if you want a structure totally adapted to your desires. Learning by the game, by the conversation, by the movies, the means are legion!
Come discover that traditional language learning books are just one way.
Sharing your desire is ultimately the biggest effort!
I'm waiting for you
EstellePrivate lessons of languages (French, English or Spanish)
Young Master of Business School offers support courses for students of all ages, homework help and preparation assistance for oral and written exams. I adapt my courses to the difficulties and needs of the student. The goal is for the student to progress in order to be able to express himself more fluently, to learn vocabulary, grammar and culture from the countries where the language is spoken.
AnoucheSwiss Citizenship Exam Preparation where and when you want
Swiss citizenship laws have undergone dramatic changes in the past 20 years. For one, a Swiss woman no longer loses her citizenship for marrying a foreigner.
To become Swiss, there are basically three paths: through birth, marriage (not automatic) or naturalisation. This section concerns those who would like to become Swiss or to reclaim their Swiss citizenship, both of which can require a lengthy process.
Unlike in the United States, Switzerland does not grant a child citizenship for being born on Swiss soil. A person is automatically Swiss if he or she is the child of married parents, at least one of whom is Swiss. The child of an unmarried Swiss woman is also automatically Swiss. Should an unmarried father be Swiss (and the mother a foreigner), the child can have Swiss citizenship as long as the father acknowledges paternity before the child turns legal age.
Switzerland allows citizens to hold multiple nationalities, so whether a naturalised person loses previous citizenship depends upon the other country in question.
Foreigners with no direct blood ties to Switzerland through either birth or marriage must live in the country for at least ten years before they can apply for citizenship. Years spent in the country between ages ten and 20 count double.
Knowledge of a national language to a minimum spoken level of B1 and written level of A2 will be required. Applicants for naturalisation need a “C” residence permit to apply for a Swiss passport. People on welfare and anyone with a criminal offence are in theory excluded.
The State Secretariat for Migration examines whether applicants are integrated in the Swiss way of life, are familiar with Swiss customs and traditions, comply with the Swiss rule of law, and do not endanger Switzerland's internal or external security.
The State Secretariat for Migration will then “green light” an applicant’s request to begin the naturalisation process but that does not mean citizenship is certain. Rather, cantons and municipalities have their own requirements that must be met.
After submitting your naturalisation application, you will be invited to a personal interview where you will be informed of the subsequent steps to be taken.
Naturalisation procedures vary considerably from one commune or canton to another: some communes, for instance, require applicants to take a verbal or written naturalisation test while others leave the naturalisation decision up to the communal assembly. The duration of the procedure also varies considerably from one canton to another.
Swiss citizenship is highly sought after – and correspondingly hard to get.
For more on the process, visit the State Secretariat for Migrationexternal link or ch.ch, a service of the Confederation, cantons and communes.external link.
Foreigners married to a Swiss citizen or children of one Swiss parent (who do not yet have Swiss citizenship) are eligible to apply for fast-track citizenship. The person must be well integrated, law abiding and not endanger Switzerland’s external or internal security. Cantons and municipalities have no additional requirements that must be met but do reserve the right of appeal.
This rule generally applies to foreign spouses married to a Swiss for at least three years and who have lived in Switzerland for a total of five years, including the year immediately prior to application. People “with close ties” to Switzerland may also apply for the fast-track procedure even if they live abroad. In that case, the couple must have been married for at least six years. The spouse must have had Swiss citizenship before getting married.
Children who are not yet 22 years old and who did not get citizenship when their parents did may also apply, provided they have lived in the country for at least five years – including for one year prior to making the application. “Close ties to Switzerland” also applies (owning real estate in the country is not enough). For children born out of wedlock to Swiss fathers, an application for citizenship must be filed before the child turns 22 and the father must recognise the child as his. The child must have close links to the country.
In February 2017, the Swiss people voted to extend facilitated naturalisation to third-generation immigrants. To be eligible, they must be born in Switzerland, between nine and 25 years of age, hold a “C” residence permit and have attended at least five years of regular schooling in Switzerland. Their parents also must have lived in Switzerland for at least ten years, including five years of Swiss schooling, and hold a valid residence permit. At least one grandparent has to be Swiss or have a residence card.
EmmanuelDo you want to learn french? Feel free to contact me!
Hello everyone !
You want to learn French or improve?
I give French lessons, beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
I come to your place or place of your choice (Geneva, near Geneva or department 74).
I speak several languages, so communication will be simplified (especially Russian, Chinese, English and Spanish).
Looking forward to meeting you and making you progress! :)
Emmanuel, 29, French.
Curriculum: License LEA / International Trade + Master in Business School.
NathalieFrench as a foreign language with Nathalie in Geneva
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LEARN FRENCH WITH NATHALIE
Thursday at 3:00 pm : beginners
Mondays at 6:15: beginner 1
Mondays at 7:30 pm: intermediate 2
Sundays at 7:00 pm : beginner 1
Sundays at 5:45 pm: intermediate 1
Classes for seniors.
Max. 6 persons.
In my class, you will improve your writing, your speaking and your listening, plus free access to my library. I am willing to help you to reach the next level.
Good experience in teaching French as a foreign language (10 years). More than a French teacher I am willing to be your dedicated French coach.
Your success: my pride.
Please pm for more information.
Bus 8 or parking places available.
NathalieReconcile with the French! Literary French and FLE courses
Although passionate about literature since my childhood, I understand easily that this matter may seem arduous. I will make you rediscover it in an efficient and attractive way. I adapt my classes and my work methods according to the pupil, his personality and his needs. Whether you want a tutoring, a preparation for a specific exam, I have developed with years of learning techniques that have been proven. We will take stock of your skills and develop a personalized program. Do not be angry with the language of Molière. Let's learn together :)
AdrianaSchool support, homework help
Student in 3rd year in college, I propose to help do homework when there are difficulties or explain when something is misunderstood.
JeffersonEnglish and / or French private lessons (school level)
Student at university I offer help in French and / or English to advance the student in these branches. The son of a Swiss father and an English mother, I have been fluent in both languages since my youngest age, as well as having lived in England for two years and studying languages at the University of Birmingham. I am available immediately to give summer courses and / or at the beginning of the school year to have a follow-up with the student during the school year.
I can, upon request, provide homework and a periodic progress report to know the student's situation at all times. I adapt to the curriculum and student level to move it forward without overloading it. I also make contact with the teacher during the school term to discuss the various difficulties the student encounters.
This course is addressed to students in compulsory or post-compulsory education who want private lessons in French and / or English.