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ÊTRE

Verbe irrégulier mais essentiel

Laura, 31 years old and French. Married to a lekker South African guy ; both doing our best to raise our trilingual daughter. After 8 years overseas, we've moved back to my home town close to Albi (Tarn) in the South of France.

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ÉTUDIER

Verbe à particularité : j'étudie

After completing a diploma in graphic design I attended a one-year online programme to  receive the "DAEFLE" qualification. During these classes, I learned didactics and classroom management. While I specialised in teaching children, I also learnt how to teach grammar and phonetics to adults. In June 2013 I officially became a teacher of French as a Foreign Language.

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VOYAGER

Verbe à particularité : nous voyageons

I love traveling and am always looking to try something new or unsual: a long-distance charity car race in Marocco, a safari in Tanzania or a road trip in Namibia. I have been so fortunate to visit many different places in the world and I can't wait to see more!

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ENSEIGNER

Verbe régulier du 1er groupe

I have worked 5 years as a teacher of French as a Foreign Language for 5 years at the Alliance Française of  Dar-es-Salaam (Tanzania) and Cape Town (South Africa). I also worked with pre-primary schoolchildren for 2 years at the French School in Cape Town.

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VIVRE

Verbe du 3ème groupe

Living overseas was the best school I ever attended. I lived in South Africa (Cape Town), in Tanzania (Dar-es-Salaam) for 2 years, in Haïti (Port-au-Prince) for 9 months, in Spain (Malaga) for 3 months and in France (Albi) for the rest. These experiences have helped me to grow, to become more aware of the world around us and to discover the people and cultures that live in it.

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SUPPORTER

Verbe régulier du 1er groupe

Growing up in a family where sport was always a topic of debate made me love sport in general. Some of my friends say we only moved to France for the Rugby World Cup in 2023! They may very well be right...!