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Suzanne Zhu
Contact: suzanne@keylanguagetraining.com

Suzanne Zhu has 15 years’ experience teaching languages to adults and children.  Suzanne was born in China and Mandarin is her native tongue. She is also fluent in French, English and Cantonese. Before immigrating to Canada in 2004, she taught Mandarin, French and English at the American, British and French Consulates in Guangzhou, China. Suzanne also taught individuals, corporate executives and students at various international schools.

Suzanne has received teacher training in both China and Canada. She obtained a degree in French Language Arts from Sun Yat-Sen University, a diploma in Education from South China University, and received her Teacher Education at the University of British Columbia.

 

French Teacher

Michael Zeng


Michael obtained a bachelor’s degree in English and French Language in China, and then went on to obtain Masters degrees in both France and Canada. He gained experience as a French Lecturer in China and Canada, teaching students of all ages and levels. He also has experience as a Private French Tutor.

Michael has been teaching French at Key Language Training since 2015. He is a friendly and knowledgeable teacher, who makes learning easy and interesting.

 

Matthieu Ferrari

 

Originally from France, Matthieu is a native French speaker and fluent in English, which he learned in Toronto and Vancouver.

Having graduated from the University of Grenoble Alpes, Matthieu’s major in Psychology and a degree in Human Sciences makes him sociable and especially fitting for teaching children.

Although Matthieu is our newest French teacher, his dedication and positive personality quickly made him a favourite among our students.

 

French TutorYanick Auer

Yanick was born in Montreal and raised in France. His French speaking is a perfect combination of the Quebec French and the France speaking. He has more than 20 years’ experience in teaching French as a second language. He taught French diction at Theatre d’Art de Montreal, at Cirque du Soleil and at the National Institut of Images and Sounds (INIS). He delivered various courses, such as reading, listening and writing in French. Verbs and grammar are integrated in all his classes.

Yanick is a Master graduate from Université du Québec à Montréal, and a successful French language Appraisal at UBC. Yanick lived in many countries in Europe and South America, and he can adapt with all kinds of students. He shows great enthusiasm in teaching French to the Greater Vancouver community.

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