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Speaks French, English
Teaches students 13 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
French is one of the most difficult languages to learn. Thank God it's my first language! With me, you won't only learn the textbook stuff (grammar and vocabulary), but you will also learn how things are actually said IN REAL LIFE. In case you didn't know, the dialogs they have in those textbooks seem like they come from the 17th century.
Back to why I would be a good French tutor. Well, learning a new language is fun! What better way to do so with a native speaker? You need a friend to practice the language with. I will be that friend!
Hey you! Comment tu vas? Whether you are learning French as a prerequisite, or just for fun, having someone to speak with is the way to go! I'll create an environment where you can have fun learning the language, including the grammar and vocabulary. I know a lot of people say that French is hard,
Sara Ann B.
Awarded Voice Gym from Bison Electronic of Orlando, FL.
B.M. cum laude, music education and voice from Marywood University, Scranton, PA.
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.
About Sara Ann
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 Spanish, Igbo, Portuguese, English
Social Work from University of North Georgia
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!
Teaching since 2019
Teaches students 2 and up
I’ve been signing since I was a baby. I am deaf in one ear and grew up in a semi-deaf home. I’ll make every lesson fun and exciting, add things about the deaf culture for you to know and create fun ways for you to remember the signs forever. Do you want to know just basic signs? Or want to be able to use this for your job? Then you’ve definitely come to the right place! I’ll take you from beginner to however far you want to go in your journey with sign language!
I always say that American Sign Language was my first language because it sorta was. My grandmother who helped my single mom raise me, thought it was important for me to know sign language so I started signing before I could talk. I am deaf in one ear and the doctors always worried I might loose my
Speaks American Sign Language
Teaching in Sign Language Master from University of Northern Colorado
Im native ASL since birth. I am Graduation Student to become an ASL instructor. I've worked in school education over three years within the private and public school and Deaf school to teach ASL, Mentor and help students to learn ASL.
Hello My name is Purnima, and I love to teach ASL. I am a TASL (Teaching American Sign Language) graduate student at the University of Northern Colorado. I also teach at the local public and private school as an ASL instructor and Teaching Assistant for almost three years. Anyone who likes
Speaks French, Italian, Spanish, English, Dutch, Portuguese, Papiamentu (language from Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao)
I started teaching Italian in 1985, in McAllen, Texas, as a private tutor. I again kept tutoring Italian, this time for freshmen college students in Sugar Land, Texas in 2015. I am an Italian native speaker, and at the present time I am writing short stories in Italian.
My name is Robert M. I have a Spanish Teaching Degree from The Netherlands and I started teaching since 1973. I also have an Associate Degree in Applied Arts in Advertising Design from the Art Institute of Houston. I combine art with any language to teach children up to 2nd grade to make it fun. Fo
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