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Learning French online has many benefits, as well as some limitations. If you want to study French seriously but can’t handle a rigid class schedule, private classes are the way to go. You can choose between in-person lessons and video lessons and set a schedule that works for you, but more importantly, you and your tutor can work out exactly what you want to learn and need the most help with.
Like every product and service, some French tutors are better than others. Be sure to email a few and ask questions so that you can compare their qualifications and proposals before choosing the one that’s just right for you.