Want to learn French?
You’re in the right place!
Whether you’re starting from scratch or trying to pick up where you left off previously, our language lessons are customized to your needs and goals in order to help provide the best environment for success. Together we can form a plan of what will benefit you the most!
We offer French lessons to all ages and all levels from beginner to advanced. We also offer tutoring for K-12 and university level Spanish language classes. We have special training for business professional language use. We also offer cultural advising for those moving overseas and local cultural experiences for those who want to learn more about French culture.
Like all of our language lessons, we work with you to create a schedule and curriculum plan that works best for you!
$40 per hour paid at the beginning of each month
Pre-paid package deals:
10 hours: $380
20 hours: $720
Call: 281-301-0570 (Leave a message if no answer)
Text, SMS, KakaoTalk, WhatsApp, Line: 281-433-5659
Meet our French Teachers:
Michelle was born and raised in Puerto Rico, speaking Spanish as her first language, and gained fluency in French as a child. She has a BA in French from Boston College, a MA in French Literature from Tufts University, and a MA of Music and Vocal Performance from New England Conservatory of Music.
Michelle worked as a court room language interpreter for the Massachusetts judicial system for over 4 years and held membership in the American Translators Association. Over the last 20 years, she has taught French and Spanish at several universities and institutions including Roxbury Community College, Boston Language Institute, Newton Community Education program, Brookline Adult Education program, Framingham State University, Emerson College, Lasell College, and several others. She currently works as a Spanish Instructor at Arlington Community Education, and worked before this year’s pandemic as a French Instructor at Newton Adult education program and Newton North High School, a French and Spanish instructor at Cambridge Center for Adult Education, and an interpreter and translator of French/English/Spanish in Massachusetts.
Michelle is passionate about language and music. When not teaching, Michelle also pursues her career as a musician and has released several albums in various styles of music. She has also worked as a private language and diction coach for classical vocalists since 1995.
Michelle completely lost her sight by the age of 5 and has had the opportunity to contribute to research and projects to help the visually challenged community. She published a paper in 2009 on Disability and foreign language teaching and served as a speaker/lecturer at NERRALD conference (New England Region Association of Language Lab Directors) on the use of adaptive technology for the visually challenged.
I struggled a lot with language classes at school, they were never really my thing, but I got so much help here and things actually began to make sense. Prof Abadia does such a good job of making things make sense and finding fun ways to incorporate them into lessons.YAZ