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[New York en français] Last Day 50% OFF Special

It’s the last day when you can still register for one of my NYC conversation 1-on-1’s.…Continue

Tags: tutoring, immersion, llyane, stanfield, classes

Started Nov 16, 2014

4 FREE Parisian French classes on Skype

Alô, mes amis!This month I am giving away 4 classes for any referral that I receive.Either that, or $100 Amazon gift card.Make your choice! ;)Merci beaucoup,Llyane…Continue

Tags: teaching, homeschool, teacher, continuing, content

Started Sep 7, 2013

Parisian French by Skype - Back to School Special

Bonjour, mon cher ami!I’ll be short and sweet :)Book 15 Skype classes with me TODAY and I will throw in 3 additional…Continue

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Started Sep 5, 2013

Summer Contest – Le concours parisien d’été

Bonjour! I had a contest that ended up being very... competitive :) I would like some feedback…Continue

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Started Jul 31, 2013

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Llyane Stanfield commented on Llyane Stanfield's blog post 'Je suis Charlie: 9/11 déja vu'
"Thank you, Gerry.."
Jan 9
Gerry commented on Llyane Stanfield's blog post 'Je suis Charlie: 9/11 déja vu'
"That's beautiful!"
Jan 9
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Je suis Charlie: 9/11 déja vu

By Llyane, on January 8th, 2015 I have always thought that Paris stands for romance, love, black & pink dresses, colored balloons, free spirit, macarons, baguette, cheese, accordionists, and love again.Little did I know that, one day, the world would see Paris as the place of terror.Today, sadness and tears, and flowers, and candles, and the entire world watching in shock how 12 people were killed in the satirical weekly newspaper…See More
Jan 8
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[New York en français] Last Day 50% OFF Special

It’s the last day when you can still register for one of my NYC conversation 1-on-1’s.CLICK HERE to come for 1 or 2 or 3 days – just tell me what you’d like to do and consider it done – it’s the last immersion of the year!Today, for example, we saw the exhibition Paris by Toulouse Lautrec at MoMa after a larger than life brunch at Le pain quotidien.We intended to have dinner…See More
Nov 16, 2014
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French Love in Manhattan

So, if you want to create the best version of yourself, don’t hide in the comfort zone, come out and play – you will surprise yourself as if you’d witness someone else’s adventure.Check out the article below, to see some common traits you can find when you play the right tune between Paris, New York and, most importantly, yourself.(This week: the verb JOUER – to play)NYC received me like a rogue lover – we didn’t…See More
Oct 29, 2014
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Welcome to Français Sunday!

French conditional for all levels*** Now available BY REGISTRATION ONLY ***You know the words but can’t find them?Frustrated that you don’t know how to use the word “IF” in all situations, during your French conversation?Don’t take me wrong – I’m not talking about advanced speakers here…Come to find out all the rules and techniques that help you speak at a normal pace, even under…See More
Oct 18, 2014
Llyane Stanfield commented on alexis buisson's blog post 'French Morning launches its first Guide to Bilingual Education in NYC'
"Excellent, merci ! :)~ Llyane "
Oct 17, 2014
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Is this why you’re learning French?

By Llyane, on July 1st, 2014So have you ever wondered what will you do once you speak French?Many of us dream, but few of us actually allow ourselves to name it!Maybe we don’t even know what plans we will have as the new person we become, until we try it on, like a pair of magic shoes!Check the article below for some surprising introspective insights, and watch the video for some French you should allow into your…See More
Jul 3, 2014
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Jun 24, 2014
Gerry commented on Llyane Stanfield's blog post 'Are you French-manners ready? (too polite or not enough?)'
"Thank you for explaining that.  Knowing when to use "vous" or "tu" is not always easy."
Jun 9, 2014
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Are you French-manners ready? (too polite or not enough?)

By Llyane, on June 3rd, 2014 So did you ever find yourself calling someone “vous” instead of “tu” and vice versa?Knowing when to formally address a person and if you should do the shift to “tu” can put you in quite a pickle!Check out the article below to find out all about how to say “you” respectfully in French, and watch the video for some French worth picking!(This week: verb CUEILLIR – to…See More
Jun 6, 2014
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Are you French-manners ready? (1)

By Llyane, on May 20th, 2014So, how good are your manners?You know, the French take manners very seriously!You could lose a friend or maybe even your head if you’re not careful. ;)Check out the article below for some more insight into French manners, and watch the video for some French that’s not worth losing!(This week: verb PERDRE – to lose)Find out if you have bad manners in ParisToday, I’m starting a little…See More
May 21, 2014
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Will you ever become bilingual?

Albert Camus tells us: “Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.”Becoming bilingual is like that too.It’s not about a teacher leading you, or you following.It’s about communication and friendship, connecting with people and, with…See More
May 14, 2014
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What is a VIP French Immersion Retreat after all?

So do you want to go to Paris with me?You know, the quickest way to learn a language is by immersing yourself in the culture and surrounding yourself with chic, fluent, native French speakers!Read on to find out all the delicious details, and check out how the last adventure went in the video below (BIG surprise for you at the end of the video)!(This week: VIP FRENCH IMMERSION – next trip: September 13-20,…See More
May 8, 2014

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I am fascinated by languages and their role in human communication. I live in Toronto, New York and Paris. I'm an actor and an online French tutor.

I am on a quest to perfecting my standard English (if someone wonders, yes, there is such a thing) :) and I spend most of my time nurturing my J'Ouellette French learning Method.

Llyane
http://J-Ouellette.com/freeupdates.html

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Je suis Charlie: 9/11 déja vu

je suis charlie

I have always thought that Paris stands for romance, love, black & pink dresses, colored balloons, free spirit, macarons, baguette, cheese, accordionists, and love again.

Little did I know that, one day, the world would see Paris as the place of…

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Posted on January 8, 2015 at 9:30pm — 2 Comments

French Love in Manhattan



So, if you want to create the best version of yourself, don’t hide in the comfort zone, come out and play – you will surprise yourself as if you’d witness someone else’s adventure.

Check out the article below, to see some common traits you can find when you…

Continue

Posted on October 29, 2014 at 5:11pm

Welcome to Français Sunday!

French conditional for all levels

*** Now available BY REGISTRATION ONLY ***

You know the words but can’t find them?

Frustrated that you don’t know how to use the word “IF” in all situations, during your French conversation?

Don’t take me wrong – I’m not talking about advanced speakers…

Continue

Posted on October 18, 2014 at 2:13am

When Robin Williams was speaking French

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