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Speaks Spanish, Igbo, Portuguese, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Hello! English can be hard. I get that. As an immigrant to the United States, I remember struggling through elementary and middle school and always feeling behind because of my English. Now, as a college graduate, fluent in 4 languages, and has worked as a translator, I understand how to teach language because I have had to implement some of these very same techniques to teach myself. Learning a language should not be boring. Language is alive. It’s spoken. It’s nuanced. It’s how we connect with one another. I would love the opportunity to help you connect through English.
Hello there! My name is Ozi! I am a native of Nigeria, but raised in Atlanta, Ga. I love music, photography, and travel, and would love to be your tutor!
Speaks Italian, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2014
Have you ever wanted to learn the basics of the Italian language? Prepare yourself for an upcoming vacation? Or just impress somebody by order 'la specialità della casa' and understanding exactly what you just ordered?
I am Australian/Italian and for the last 13 years I have lived, studied and worked in Verona, Italy. The city of Romeo and Juliet. My father's parent were from Napoli and before my father was born they immigrated to Australia.
My mother tongue is English but my Italian is of a Native Level. (I can even teach you some dialect so you can show off even more!)
I am Australian born, resided in Verona Italy 2007-2019 where I finished my Bachelor and Masters in Violin Solo Studies and now reside in Hiram, GA. I'm a professional Violinist with extensive performance experience, both solo and orchestral including years of experience with Trumpet, Piano, Theor
Sara Ann B.
Teaching since 1961
Teaches students Male: 25 to 85; Female: 22 to 85
Quick analysis of how to make you more intelligible since VOICE was my reason for becoming a speech-language pathologist; customized sessions for your sound errors, how to improve your writing of short memos AND homework. Daily 30 minute practice is a necessity.
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I pace our lessons and over explain a technic to make certain the client gets the concept in a HUMORFUL, JOYFUL way. Patiently we apply it to a song that is your target song or to how and what you want product or YOU you want to sell to clients/your job/your promotion/ your new career. With two
I had 4 lessons with her so far, now waiting for my last one. She asked me to tell her what I would like from her for my last lesson... honestly, I want her to keep doing what she's been doing - nothing different. I don't think a teacher can get any better than her!
Thanks, Sara Ann!
Speaks Japanese, Chinese, English
Political Science from UC Berkeley
Teaching since 2002
Hi, I’ve taught Japanese since 2002 and I’ve always enjoyed teaching and interacting with students. I have taught American adults and college students for over 5 years now. Teaching Japanese to American military personnel and spouses who were stationed in Japan was the most rewarding experiences I’ve had. They truly needed the language skills to live in Japan, and they really appreciated that they were able to learn survival Japanese that’s instantly useful out in town.
I grew up in Japan and came to US to go to college. Since I was a college student, I taught Japanese to middle and high school students during summer in Japan. I have a Master of Education in TESL. Yes, I used to teach English more vigorously, but I found teaching Japanese more rewarding. I teach all levels including those who are starting out and also want to improve their fluency and understand the culture and history!
I’m looking forward to working with whoever is interested in my language :) Thank you!!
I started my teaching career when I was a college student. In Japan, I taught both English and Japanese to middle and high school students at a private academy. I have also taught Japanese to adults especially the spouses stationed in Japan and also at community college. I have the Master of Educa
Speaks Russian, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 4 to 75
I have a lot of bright various learning materials for reading, writing and mathematics.
My background is in Behavioral sciences, which helps me understanding behavioral issues and learning process better.
I am kind, empathic and creative.
I have a good experience teaching Russian (and English too - formerly back in Russia) and taking care of pre-school children here in the US. My recent 4 years of being a grandmother has added to that too. My students are usually kids from Russian and mixed families, who attends regular American kin
Speaks English, Hindi, Gujrati, Marathi
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1998
Priti is a graduate in Physical Therapy and a teacher by passion. She has significant teaching experience for over 12 years personal tutor in subjects including Math, Science, Algebra 1, 2, Geometry, ACT/SAT Test Prep Math, Geography, Language Arts, Hindi (foreign language), School projects, along
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