Michael Djan is a professional French teacher graduated from University of Education, Winneba. He is the native French speaker from Ivory Coast (Abidjan), loves tutoring and decided to start a French Tutoring Service only because of his passion to teach. At first, he tutored a couple of Primary students but in the process, he discovered how well he could convey his knowledge, experience to others. Soon, something that was started just to help a couple of Primary students, turned into his passion ultimately leading him to starting a French Tutoring Business.

He has been tutoring students for the past 3 years and due to his academic background and the experience gained during these years, he knows some simple steps that should help you to read and express yourself in a practical way.

The French Alphabet

The French Alphabet has the same 26 letters that the English alphabet does. Of course, some of the letters are pronounced differently. In fact, French tends to have a bad reputation amongst English speakers as hard to learn. While it is true that it poses certain difficulties to native English-speakers, it may be noted that English is also considered to be ‘difficult’, and yet we learnt it without the benefit of already knowing a language. Learning any new language requires some commitment, generally long-term.

If you are willing to spend just 1 hour of your time studying the grammar, vocabulary, French pronunciation and phrases presented in the lessons, you will find that you will be able to understand and communicate in French in various types of everyday situations.

French Online/Home Tutoring Services

We provide French Home Tutoring Services for Primary, JHS and SHS students. We will also offer individual Tutoring Services for those who face difficulty in writing and speaking of the French language, who want to work with International Companies in Ghana and beyond.

Lessons in Akan Language (Twi)

Our team is dedicated to helping you to read, write and speak the Akan language (Twi), spoken in most parts of Ghana in West Africa. Here, you will find a wide range of useful lessons touching on the very important aspects of the language such as Pronunciation, Vocabulary, Grammar, Speaking, Listening, Reading etc…

– The Akan (Twi) Alphabet

-counting days in twi

– Twi Greetings | Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening in Twi

– Introducing Yourself in Twi

– Please, Welcome, Thank You in Twi

– Days of the Week in Twi

– Months of the Year in Twi

– Two-letter Words in Twi and their Meanings

– Twi Expressions for Love and Romance

– Some Ghanaian Dishes

– Twi Question Words

– Twi Names of Some Domestic Items and Related Terms

– Twi Expressions for Making Friends

– The Twi Names of Some Animals

– Twi Food Vocabulary (Nnuane)

– How to Give Directions in Twi

– Human Body Parts in Twi

– Colours in Twi etc…