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  • Raels
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    I’m an English teacher working in France and I’m looking for a name for my new company. I teach adults from many different walks of life – housewives, businessmen, retired folk, university students etc. I don’t plan (or really want) to work with children, but I may eventually do so. I teach chez the student (their house or office).

    The name must work in French. Ideally i’d like the name to be in English but understandable to French clients. Or why not something a bit international or universal.

    What makes me different from my competitors is that I’m a native speaker (I’m Australian) and  that my methods and materials make learning enjoyable (something very different from the majority of French institutions.).

    My first name is difficult for French people to pronounce, but my surname (Grant) might work in combination with something else.

    Thanks in advance for your suggestions

     

     

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