Nayla
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    Hi, I graduated in journalism and comparative literature from the University of Montreal. In the past, I have worked as a French tutor to immigrant shopkeepers while I was employed at the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal. My mastery of French is especially high, even for a native speaker, as I evolve in the literary field. Hello, Graduated in journalism and comparative literature at the University of Montreal, I offer private French lessons. I was notably employed by the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal as a French mentor to immigrant merchants. My command of French is particularly high, even compared to other natives, because I work in the literary world.
    Hello, A Moroccan graduate in Journalism and Comparative Literature at the University of Montreal, I offer private lessons in Moroccan Darija. I was notably an employee of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal as a language teacher with immigrant merchants. Moroccan Arabic, also called Darija, is one of the many dialects of Arabic. Note, however, that it is one of the least understood dialects by the rest of the Arab world. You can only use it in Morocco and Algeria. (Link for my classical Arabic course here, the formal Arabic variant used in writing throughout the Arab world: https://www.apprentus.com/fr-ca/cours-particuliers/en-ligne / language / arabic / beginn) Hi, I am a Moroccan graduate in journalism and comparative literature from the University of Montreal. In the past, I have worked as a language tutor to immigrant shopkeepers while I was employed at the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal. Moroccan Arabic, also known as darija, is one of many Arabic spoken dialects. Please note that this is however one of the less understood of Arabic dialect. You can only use it in Morocco and Algeria. (Link to my Modern Standard Arabic course here, the formal variant of Arabic used in writing throughout the Arab world: https://www.apprentus.com/fr-ca/cours-particuliers/en-ligne/langue/arabe/beginn )
    (Below) Hello, A Moroccan graduate in Journalism and Comparative Literature at the University of Montreal, I offer private lessons in classical Arabic. I was notably an employee of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal as a language teacher with immigrant merchants. Arabic is what is called a macro-language, that is to say that there are several dialects of Arabic depending on the geographic region and that they are not always intelligible to each other. It is also a diglossic language, which means that there is a standardized version dedicated to intellectual disciplines and communication between Arabic speakers of different dialects. This is the MSA (Modern Standard Arabic), also called Fusḥa. I can teach you the beginner level, that is to say the Arabic alphabet, the pronunciation of the letters as well as the basic vocabulary and grammar. - Hi, I am a Moroccan graduate in journalism and comparative literature from the University of Montreal. In the past, I have worked as a language tutor to immigrant shopkeepers while I was employed at the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal. Arabic is a macrolanguage, meaning that it is constitued of many dialects differing based on geographical location, and that they are not always mutually intelligible. It is also a diglossic language, meaning that there is a standardized version used for intellectual topics and communication between people speaking different Arabic dialects. This standardized version is known as Modern Standard Arabic (MDA), aka fusḥa. I can teach you the beginner level, which consists of the Arabic alphabet, letters pronunciation, basic grammar and vocabulary.
    Hello, Graduated in journalism and comparative literature at the University of Montreal, I offer private English lessons. I was notably an employee of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal as a language teacher with immigrant merchants. Although francophone at the base, my level in English and in French is almost the same: I read complicated books in English, write university papers in English and speak it fluently in everyday life. Hi, I graduated in journalism and comparative literature from the University of Montreal. In the past, I have worked as a language tutor to immigrant shopkeepers while I was employed at the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal. Although from a French-speaking background, my level in English and French are pretty much the same: I read complex books in English, can write university papers in English, and speak it fluently in my every day life.

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