I live in Bangor, ME most of the time. But I come to Harlem once a month to spend time with my woman who studies at Columbia. I grew up in Banlieue Nord. I used to live in New York City and I LOVE it. More specifically, I love the people. I have a little boy who I am raising bilingual. Having a francophone household can be a very isolating experience in Maine, but I stick to it! And I love to hear my son speak French and try to bring him to France to visit family once a year...
I am an artist, carpenter and also tutor adults in French language and culture.
I look forward to meeting you!
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In the third and final part of our series on bilingualism, Fabrice Jaumont, education specialist and author of The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages, looks at the future of French-English dual-language classes in New York.Save