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We met with Robyn prior to a trip to Paris. We just wanted the very basics to get along on a family trip. She was very helpful and prepared for our needs.Dec 6, 2019VerifiedRobyn Chenoweth's reply
Hi Sue and Marty, Thank you so much for your kind review! I really appreciate you taking the time to do that for me. I hope your trip was sensational! Thanks again, Robyn Chenoweth
I found Robyn to be a pleasure to work with. She's clearly knowledgeable about French language and culture and was able to help me prepare for my trip to Paris. I am looking forward to working with her more to polish my French pronunciation and language skills even after my trip.Nov 3, 2016VerifiedRobyn Chenoweth's reply
She is trusty person and very responsivenessDec 12, 2017VerifiedRobyn Chenoweth's reply
Not a bad job on the last work.Apr 18, 2018VerifiedRobyn Chenoweth's reply
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?If the student has to travel to me from a long distance, I will take five dollars per lesson off my price.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First I do what I call a "baseline". I ask questions to my customer regarding their needs and wants for language-related goals. After that, I find out a brief profile of them, and most importantly I find out their educational background. Next, I see what scholastic level they are on going forward. After that, I look for the proper educational tools that I will use with them--primarily books, but I also use the computer. Then we can begin the learning process, through speech and study.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have studied at Skidmore College, a former Seven Sister to the Ivy Leagues; I am a graduate of the National Theatre Institute, an immersive college program at The Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center in Connecticut; I went to Douglass College at Rutgers University and took a French class as part of my schoolwork, because I lived in the French House on campus, and spent 5 weeks traveling in France and studying French Government, the French language, and Art History at the Sorbonne in Paris. I have also traveled extensively---to Denmark and Norway; Colombia, South America; and on bicycle as a teenager, through Benelux, France, Scotland and England. I possess two degrees, one in Theatre, for which I graduated cum laude, and a second degree in French, for which I have been honored with three certificates of a 3.0 or above G.P.A. per semester. My final G.P.A. was a 3.3.