With her teaching motto, “Pour apprendre à parler, il faut parler !” Léa is an advocate of experiential learning. She holds a Master’s degree from la Sorbonne university. With Léa, your French will be in the hands of an expert with more than 5000 hours teaching experience. Students usually review Léa as “unique,” “engaging,” and “fantastic with beginners”.
“Léa, what is your secret for memorizing vocabulary ?”
Repeat, repeat, repeat the words! Do so preferably in various contexts.
“Léa, can you recommend some good French songs?”
There’s many of them, it’s hard to choose! I never get bored with the album En Vogue, by Jacques Dutronc (1966). Other songs I love are La Javanaise, by Gainsbourg, Le Tourbillon de la Vie from the movie Jules et Jim. For fans of classical music, there’s Après un Rêve by Fauré (my favorite interpretation is by soprano singer Véronique Gens) and Belle Nuit by Offenbach. To each his own, “à chacun ses goûts !” as we say in French.