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Private English Lessons for Francophones

FIAF's American teachers, specialized in teaching English as a Second Language, provide customized private English lessons for French, Francophones or other foreign-language-speaking adults or adolescents, and help them integrate into main stream English-speaking life or education.

Start at any time and benefit from flexible scheduling and personalized instruction.

Private English lessons are available for adults, kids, and teens at all levels of proficiency. Lessons are tailored to address your level, interests, and particular needs. Lessons may be taken one-on-one or in groups of two or three. Lessons can take place at FIAF, at a private home/office, or online.

Request a Private Lesson now!

We will contact you after reviewing your request and work with you to customize and schedule your classes. You can email us at with any questions.


Extra Perk

Private lesson students receive a complimentary one-year FIAF Individual Membership with free access to the Haskell Library, free admission to weekly CinéSalon screenings & wine socials, discounts to FIAF’s cultural events, and much more. View membership benefits.


Rates to fit every budget!

  At FIAF Off-site
Private / One-on-One $86 per hour
(min of 5 hours)

$924You save $108
(series of 12 hours)*

$2100You save $480
(series of 30 hours)**

$102 per hour
(min of 5 hours)

$1092You save $132
(series of 12 hours)*

$2490You save $570
(series of 30 hours)**

Special rates available for groups of two or three students.
Materials are not included in the tuition fees.

*to be used within 4 months
**to be used within 8 months

Please make sure to read the Private Lesson & Language Center policies.


Contact Info

For more information or to schedule a lesson, please contact:

Call: 646-388-6615 or 646 388 6610

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