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    I currently study Higher French (predicted to get an A in my exam in a few weeks) and I achieved a 1 in Standard Grade French.
    I'm hoping to study French as an outside course at university this year and someone suggested that I could tutor kids (primary up to s3) in basic French during the summer to give them a head start in high school French or even just because they are interested in learning the language. I wouldn't be intending to charge very much, as it is really just so that I can keep up my French during the summer.
    Do you think that I would have any success with this? Is it worth putting a small advertisement in the local paper, or will parents prefer to send their children to more expensive professional tutors? It's not like it's tutoring for exams, it's simply just to give them the basics so that they can build on the language in the future, in a fun and casual way.


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    Shameless bump, ha ha :P


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