English (from beginner to TOEFL level), French for English/Russian speakers, Russian (any level + culture issues)
Native Russian speaker, moved to France 6 years ago, studying financial engineering. I used to work with kids (6-8 y.o.), but as I have no pedagogical education, I find myself more comfortable with adults who know precisely what they need.
For any of disciplines proposed, I strongly advise to do at least (!) 3 h per week + 1 homework in grammar +home reading (absolutely mandatory). It's up to student to choose the subject of readings regarding his professional interest ( news, classic litterature , science, etc), this choice assumes suitable vocabulary for further needs.
I've done TAGE MAGE, Delf C2. For English/Russian speakers I offer not just day-to-day French chat, but also (if you need) deep analyse of grammar by reading classics.
I was never asked for Toefl as all my scientific articles are in English. If you are interested in my level, please follow the link - (information cachée)
As for the Russian, I'm a native speaker and I see what difficulties a student may have with grammar, pronunciation, bizarre language system, etc. Please note, that if you want to read & speak Russian, you need at least 4 months and 2 meetings per week!
One more remark for English - I'm mostly strong in american English (for pronunciation).
Le tarif ne dépend pas du niveau, 1h = 10 EU, mais merci de voir mes récommandations sur le déroulement des cours (min 3h par semaine).