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Speaks English, Italian
Teaches students 18 and up
Martina B.Book Now
I am passionate about my language and its features. I am a native speaker so you can get all the real Italian, the classy and fancy and also the more colloquial amd friendly. I start teaching back in high school as Tutor and I kept going as a part time job ( I am a biologist on my full time job).
Hi to everyone! My name is Martina and I like science, comics and teaching (maybe TV too :P). I moved to USA 2 years ago and before that I was based in my hometown in Sicily where I worked as research assistant during mornings and teacher on the afternoons! With me you will have fun but at the same
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor's Degree in Musical Performance from University of South Florida
My name is Max and I would love to teach you Spanish. Spanish has been one of my passions for over 6 years and I have poured my heart into studying this beautiful language. I have become very proficient over the years and I would like to impart my knowledge to an interested learner. Through learning the language from an English speaker's perspective I have learned how to approach learning this language better for a non-native speaker. I have thorough knowledge of the language's grammar and awareness of distinct vocabulary of many Latin American countries. I am a passionate and patient teacher and I am willing to teach anyone eager to learn.
Hello my name is Max Simon and I have graduated with a performance degree from USF. I studied double bass and music theory and I would be happy to help you with all your music related tutoring needs. I have many years of experience as a musician professionally and otherwise, and have been playing v
Teaching since 2017
Commercial French from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Laura L.Book Now
My name is Laura. I graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a double major in Commercial French and Communications and a certificate in French-English translation. I cater every lesson to each individual student. Lessons are structured based on the needs of the student and the way in which they learn best (whether they are visual learners, auditory, etc). I love the French language and culture and I am excited to share my knowledge and experience!
Bonjour! If you are looking for someone knowledgeable in the French language and culture who can tailor lessons to your personal learning style, c'est moi!
Speaks Spanish, English, Portuguese
Bachelors In Business Finance from California State University, Sacramento
Teaching since 2018
Bernardo M.Book Now
I am an easy-going recent college graduate originally from Brazil, so Portuguese is my first language. I can help you improve your Portuguese, no matter what your level. We can have a normal conversation in Portuguese, we can focus on vocabulary or even specific scenarios and situations where you might need to speak Portuguese.
Hi, My Name is Bernardo and I am a recent college graduate. I am originally from Brazil, so Portuguese is my first language. I am a very laid back, easy-going guy. I love sports, especially soccer and tennis. I´ve been playing tennis my whole life. I also like teaching tennis and Portuguese. I woul
Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Michael S.Book Now
I have taught in Russia for several years. I have lived in Russia for 15 years. I am fluent in English and in Russian.
Hello, It's great to be here and I am happy to help you with your class. I teach all levels of Russian(beginner to expert). I have very complete knowledge of Russian authors like Tolstoy, Pushkin, Checkov e.t.c and can help you with that. On top of that, I have taught privately for 2 years and I h
Speaks English, French
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaches students 10 and up
Here is a little history, I have been teaching for 5 years in France, mainly mathematics and french grammar, to students. It wasn't professionally, just as a side job during my engineering school. And if you're asking those questions : "What's the best way to learn french ? How can I be sure to learn good french writing and/or speaking ?", here is the answer : find a french person. And you know what ? You're lucky ! Nice to meet you. Let's have fun learning French !
Bonjour! Nice to meet you. My name is Jason. I know, this name doesn’t seems to be French at all, but in France, it’s not pronounced as people say here, that’s different. I come from France, from a little city which is 2 hours in the south of Paris. I did an engineering school in France, specia
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- competent, patient (yet not lenient), who corrects you without making you feel insecure, will great a personalized curriculum, and where you will notice steady progress, I strongly recommend Aksana.
I speak 5 languages. And I think she really has the best approach to teaching Russian.
Another thing I really love about Aksana is that she has a real life teacher training as well as a degree She will ne able to relate what you talk about to littérature and culture in a very knowledgeable way. Which, I find very important on the end of any language teacher if they want their students to be completely fluent.
6 lessons in I have noticed a difference. And our classes are getting even more tailored as she starts to notice what I can do naturally/easily - and what I struggle with."
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