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Jérôme Bertherat is a native French speaker who graduated from The Université Blaise Pascal in Clermont-Ferrand (France) with an MA in International Trade and Modern Languages: English and Arabic in 1997. Jérôme then went on to work in Egypt and Jordan and received a certificate in Arabic language at the Bourguiba’s School in Tunis (Tunisia). In 2000 he obtained a certificate in teaching French as a foreign language. Jérôme has 19 years of experience in teaching French and joined King’s College London in 2000. Jérôme has always had a strong interest in geopolitics and history and he believes that learning a new language is key to developing a better understanding of culture and environment. He particularly likes the French author Philippe Jaenada and the American author John Fante for their capacity to recreate and to use a social and historical background in their narratives.