Time for French

About me


Bonjour et bienvenue sur mon site!

My name is Maryline, I am originally from the north of France and I am the founder of Time for French,
a language business offering French tuition for all and bilingual support to businesses across Kent and beyond.

My interest and passion for languages dates back to my primary school days when I started learning German aged 10, followed by English aged 12.
A few years later, I graduated with a Master's Degree in English, German and Business Studies and spent two years in Germany before moving to Scotland in 1995.

During my 17 years in Glasgow, I taught French at the University of Strathclyde's Centre for Lifelong Learning,
offered French tuition to young learners, and provided freelance language services to commercial businesses, public institutions and sports organisations until I moved to the South East of England with my family in 2012.

With Time for French my aim is to deliver high quality teaching and business language solutions by sharing my knowledge and expertise of the French language and culture to give learners and clients a truly authentic French experience.


French for Children


MY APPROACH

Language learning, music and movement

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EARLY YEARS

French nursery rhyme classes for children aged 0 - 5

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PRIMARY SCHOOLS

School clubs, PPA cover, themed days & workshops

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HOMESCHOOLING

Learn French and explore francophone culture at home

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French for Business


Bilingual Support

Professional language services tailored to your specific needs

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Business Etiquette

Training workshop on business culture and protocol in France

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Translation & Interpreting

French language specialist with 20+ years experience in the UK

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Proofreading

Reliable proofreading services for a final polish to your document

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Testimonials


Contact


  • Ashford, Kent, UK

Articles


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