Hello, everyone! I have a bachelor's degree in English, and I’ve taken university level classes in Spanish, French, and Korean. I’d like to study accounting and taxes in France. I have tutored in English before, and I'd love to help you learn the language! I just ask that you help me learn your language in return. :)
French: I have taken four years of French, but that was over a decade ago, and I'm a bit rusty. I also took a B1 level course in the Fall of 2020. I've spent one hour at Ax-Les-Thermes and one hour at the CDG airport. :) I'm interested in making a pilgrimage to Lourdes and exploring the chateaux of the Loire Valley. I still listen to Alizée's "J'en ai marre" and Cœur de Pirate's "Blonde" album. I’m aiming to go to university and land a job in the South so I can join my boyfriend. Any advice about French higher education or work environment would be appreciated!
Spanish: I was born in the United States, but ethnically I am a Filipina of mixed Spanish descent. I love to find connections across Hispanic cultures. Travel-wise, I've been to Spain, Andorra, the Philippines, México, Perú, and Ecuador, including the Galápagos Islands. Within areas of the U.S. where Hispanic culture is eminent, I’ve been to Florida, Texas, and California. I've also met Don Omar! At the university level, I have completed one 300-level and one 400-level Spanish course. I’ve done research at the Library of Congress for the latter course.
Ukrainian: I'm a beginner, but I'm into Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Olya Polyakova, and Discoteka Avariya! I've watched his show on the Kvartal95 website, and I watch her and their music videos on Youtube. I've also watched people throw papers on the Verkhovna Rada. I think Ukraine has wonderful potential, and I've taught myself to read Cyrillic.