My name is Agnès Aubert. My first name is pronounced "Anyes". I am a teacher and translator.
I am French. I fell in love with Britain and have been living in Cambridge for many years.
I have created French for All to share with others my passion for my mother tongue and native culture, and to allow them to develop their skills in a way that suits their personalities, needs and circumstances.
I have many years experience working in the British education system - with youngsters and adults - and am CRB checked.
Services and solutions
I offer the following services and solutions:
- French tuition - whatever your age, level or goal.
- Translation - from French to English or English to French.
- Transactions - phone calls, emails, bookings...
- Research - helping you find crucial, relevant information.
- Ear-tuning - get gently accustomed to French sounds.
- Other services - if you think I could help, then let me know.
Here are some of the benefits and opportunities
I can bring to you
, your family
, or your business
- Teach you an exciting language.
- Help you with your work, studies or research.
- Save you time, effort, money and worries.
- Make sure that your transactions are performed correctly.
- Give you valuable and interesting information.
My speciality and passion is giving shy and hesitant people (of all ages!) the confidence they need to happily express themselves in French. Thankfully, my students think it works! Click here to hear it from my students.
So if you're in that case or know someone who is, why not give me ring and book a lesson?
P.S.: Vouchers for French lessons make a good present!
If you need my help or have any questions, feel free to contact me by telephone: 07981 964640 or by email: email@example.com
Agnès talks to the world and looks forward to hearing from you
You can find me and French for All on Twitter and on Facebook.
There is also a blog on which you can read about French film reviews, learning tips, interesting French sites, etc. Posts are both in French and in English!
Feel free to suggest interesting French-related websites or articles to share, via any of those media, with me and the rest of the world.
I can now be contacted via Skype. My Skype name is - logically! - french-for-all.
French for All news
If you like my site and find it useful, you can now recommend it on Google + by clicking on this button:
Do come and say hi to me in French or in English on Google +.
French for All specials
Share your feedback
As well as sending me your testimonial to appear on this website, you can also leave your own review on French for All's page on TouchLocal Cambridge.
No need to panic about French exams!
As you can see from my testimonials page,
every year I help students (and parents!) regain confidence before the exams and I make sure that they know the tips that will make a positive difference on the day.
So if you are panicking: don't. Just call me on 07981 964640 to arrange an confidence and knowledge boosting session or two.
If the answer should be "oui" but you don't dare to say it in French, call me (07981 964640). You just need a bit of regular practice.
As you can see from my testimonials page, I have had quite a few clients like you. A few months of 1:1 lesson and they were happy to "oui" and much, much more!
So give me a call and start chatting in French!
French - the language of love, the stuff of presents
If you are looking for a present for a francophone or a francophile who would like to improve/practise their French, stop looking now!
Contact me me to get them a language training voucher.
One of my clients at the Cambridge Business Park has coined the phase "Le Frunch" for the weekly lunchtime French class I run for him and his co-workers. If you, too, would like to start a French class in your business - whatever the level - then please contact me.
Having happy employees with language skills is definitely in the interest of every business! The leading employers in this region and all over the world do it. Don't get left out...
Does your website speak to Francophones?
If it doesn't, you could be missing out on clients, both local and international. A simple, succinct and truly informational page can be enough to attract foreign clients to your business.
If you have used an online translator, are you sure that you site says what you mean?
Contact me if you want a website that makes sense to French speakers.
I look forward to hearing from you!
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