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About Anthony P.

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Huntsville, AL

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I have 12 years experience in teaching Japanese as a tutor. I also am a Native if English and now added ESL as a subject to teach, so any one interested in the English Language is welcome ! Occupation wise I am a Electrical Engineer Major, Entrepreneur, Author, Motivational Coach and Language Enthusiast. I am a firm believer that we really can do anything we put our minds too. My main focus and purpose is to HELP and add VALUE to as many lives as possible. I am solely interested in the progression and success of the student. It is my duty for me to teach you as much information on the Language in the most comprehensive way possible.

I'm originally from Long Island City, New York. I had a teacher of Japanese descent and she always brought her culture to the classroom. I was 10 years old, and I used to ask her questions about the way she
would dress and her mannerisms and she would tell me anything I wanted to know. The culture is where it began for me, but the language is what took me on a whole different level of mentality and understanding.

I began learning the language at the age of 12 from a Japanese friend. At age 14 I learned from online courses and music, it was so intriguing to me that I began self study. At age 17 is when my listening skills began to kick in. I was understanding not only music but some Anime, this is when it really got fun lol. At age 20, is when I reached advance speaking proficiency and was able to understand LIVE dialoge from Natives. I am now 27. I am excited to teach and speak fluent japanese to you guys so you can hear it in it's native form.

So Anthony why should I choose you to be my teacher?

#1 I am literate in Japanese, I speak proper and perfect English so you will understand me lol.

#2 I will talk to you in a relatable way, so you will not feel like you're in a boring lecture, Japanese is an exciting language, so you do not need to feel like you're preached to.

#3 I will make this fun and interactive, keeping you engaged from beginning to end, wanting to know more. Most importantly I will give you as much information in the time given, so you can leave knowing your money is well spent.

#4 Lastly I can teach you formal and informal Japanese. I will give you all the key components to the Japanese Language without the fluff. In most language instruction there are key things to know mixed with fluff. This is what makes students lose interest or get confused. There will be no fluff in my class, everything that I teach you will be a key component to your language learning success.

So what are you waiting for ? Your success starts here !! Let's do this !! :)
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marquez October 14, 2018
· Japanese · In home
very highly recommended for this job, great teacher, enthusiastic personality, bubbly spirit, beast teacher ever.
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Kendall October 9, 2018
· Japanese · Online
Great lessons! And awesome teacher.
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About Dafne G.

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Naples, FL
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Hola! I am originally from Mexico City, I love conversation and love to teach people something new with a lot of patience and dedication. I am educated, well traveled and focused on personal growth, wellness and my work. Any kind of project that I get involved with becomes a passion and a goal.

I am able to teach and practice Spanish at a casual and or business level, We can practice conversation in a casual or business oriented themes. I will adjust to your needs. I can also assist with kids who are learning Spanish or adults. References upon request. Able to do online or face to face lessons.
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Dafne G.

Naples, FL 34104
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About Pascale T.

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Henderson, NV

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My name is Pascale. I am a native French speaker, born in Versailles. I graduated from the University of Paris with a Master’s degree in Education and now live in the United States, in Nevada. I have been teaching 20 years in a multi-faceted environment including one-on-one tuition, and in the classroom. I am capable of teaching at all levels from elementary school to university, using a palette of techniques leading to easy assimilation of the language by the student.

I am eager to share with you my knowledge not only of French language but also French culture, society and way of life. I offer a variety of courses whether you’re starting from scratch, studying at school, brushing up on your conversational skills or practicing business French for the workplace. I can also create specialized courses for those who have professional goal
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My lessons focus on the four aspects of language learning for everyday life: Listening and speaking, reading and writing.

I started to teach in France in elementary schools. When I moved in United States, I worked as a French substitute teacher in high schools. In order to enrich my professional experience, I taught at college-level and worked for foreign language institutions providing immersion programs to children, and adults. Concurrently, I have been tutoring High School students, in collaboration with their teachers, to help them improve their skills, grades and self-confidence in the language.
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Evelina M. August 6, 2019
· French · Online
I would highly recommend Pascale to anyone searching for a French teacher. Pascale is a very good instructor. I had different instructors and classes in the past but I was struggling and thought I will never learn French. I then decided to give myself another chance and I found Pascale. I had 4 classes already and I am very happy. Pascale is a professional teacher. She has tons of material and demos to help you understand better. She is very patient with me. Pascale is always prepared for a class. She motivates and encourages me to learn. Besides her native French she speaks very good and clear English so it really helps if you are a beginner.
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Lynn August 1, 2019
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I would love to recommend Pascale as a tutor for you. I have been taking lessons now with her for 8 weeks and she always amazes me by having just the perfect resources right at hand for whatever I need. She is always receptive to my suggestions and always has fun lessons organized. Our discussions help me improve my speaking, and I love her positive, helpful manner. I know you will enjoy working with her too.
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Pua P. July 1, 2019
· French · In studio
Pascale is an excellent teacher! She is very welcoming, kind, and patient. Our entire family is learning French and she was very accommodating to each person during our lesson. Her teaching style is very interactive with a variety of methods to keep everyone engaged, We are very excited to be on this journey with her.
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About Noura E.

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Kissimmee, FL
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A new language is a new life.
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Noura E.

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About Crystal C.

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Saint Louis, MO
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I love teaching! For me teaching is more than just preparing lessons and giving homework. I have learned that students excel when they feel valued and respected. So, I create an environment that encourages students to speak out, ask questions and be creative. My passion for learning allows me to inspire students to be successful. I will be your biggest fan!
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Crystal C.

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About Julia V.

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Marco Island, FL
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Im a happy spanish teacher to want to show you how you learn another lenguage with my help.
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Julia V.

Marco Island, FL 34145
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