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About Sunho K.

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Hutchinson, KS

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About Sunho
Hi, My name is Sunho. I'm from Korea and lived in Japan for about 5 years. I'd like to meet people who want learn language. I can teach Korean and Japanese. Here is a little about me, I'm an outgoing person. I like cooking, painting and watching movies. I really would like to meet new students who interested in Asian culture and people who would like to share their lifestyles and hobbies. Hope to meet you soon!
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Luis June 18, 2018
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Jasmine M. June 10, 2018
· Korean · Online
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George T. June 9, 2018
· Japanese · Online
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Sunho K.

Sunho K.

Hutchinson, KS 67501
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About Céline E.

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New Orleans, LA
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About Céline
Bonjour!
I was born and raised in Paris and have been giving French lessons on Takelessons for a year now. Prior to that, I was a French teaching assistant at Tufts University leading group conversations for undergraduate students in Somerville, Massachusetts. I now study in Copenhagen, Denmark, but continue to teach online and to bring students from beginner to advanced level. It's always very rewarding to have casual conversations with students who started not knowing a word of French!
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Charles Vihon May 8, 2018
· French · Online
Céline continues to be engaging, patient, helpful and tolerant.
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Charles Vihon April 17, 2018
· French · Online
She is making the difficulty of learning a new language enjoyable.
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Inna G. March 11, 2018
· French · Online
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Céline E.

Céline E.

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About Andrea V.

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New York, NY
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Bassist and composer Andrea Veneziani performs extensively within the improvised music scene, across a broad spectrum of genres. His instrumental tone, sensitivity and imagination, and melodic approach to a supposedly clumsy instrument brought him to perform and record with many established musicians. Based in New York City, his work as an instrumentalist and composer can be regularly heard at the top jazz clubs in the city and around the globe.

As a current faculty member of the New York Jazz Workshop, Andrea Veneziani is a dedicated educator. He has taught master classes at the National Institute of Music and the National University of Costa Rica, at the Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey and at the Olav Duun Videregående Skole in Namsos, Norway. He also served as an adjunct professor at New York University, where he graduated i
n 2011 with a Master of Music Degree in Performance with a Concentration in Jazz as a Fulbright scholarship recipient.
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Emma S. June 16, 2018
· Italian · Online
Andrea is a patient, and very good Italian language teacher. He is teaching my 6 year old and keeps the lesson very engaging and easy to follow. She learned a lot in just 30 minutes and had fun doing so. I highly recommend him for children and adults.
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Jonathan P. June 12, 2018
· Bass Guitar · In studio
Andrea is a fantastic teacher. I came to the bass with some music background, and Andrea met me right where I needed him to meet me. His teaching methods are clear, concise, and all-encompassing. We focus on music theory, technique, and playing each lesson, and Andrea has greatly expanded my musical vocabulary and repertoire. I'm amazed at my progress so far, and I look forward to getting even better with Andrea's tutelage!
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Hayley C. April 4, 2018
· Italian · In home
Andrea is absolutely fantastic! We love him!

We are a group of beginners, ages 25-65, and he has been extremely patient with all of us. He helps us improve our language skills in a fun, encouraging way. We look forward to continuing our lessons with him, and improve our Italian!

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Andrea V.

Andrea V.

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About Wei Wei L.

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Bayside, NY
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About Wei Wei
Hello, everyone! My name is Wei Wei. I was a teacher who serves children with special needs in a non-profit organization one year ago. I have also been a Chinese teacher at Chinese school of South Jersey for over three years. In school, I love to create my students an active, interesting environment to learn. I would play fun games, use flash cards, or read stories to help their understanding of lessons. I also do the same thing in my tutoring: I provide what my student needs and adjust my way of teaching for different types of students based on their ages, interests, and the levels. I have tutored varied ages of students from seven years old to 60 years old. Two of my tutoring students even have been working with me more than two years.

I love my job and I enjoy helping my students learn Chinese and seeing their progress. With my tu
toring, I will teach you how to use Pinyin system to learn Chinese pronunciation. We will also learn other parts of Chinese language, includes reading, speaking, and last, writing. Please feel free to email me and talk about your learning interests. Children or adults, beginner or advanced level learners are all welcome! I am looking forward to working with you. Thank you!

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Siby May 14, 2018
· Mandarin Chinese · In studio
Hai wei is sibyhow are you today are you in the bayside office.when im come there .
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· Mandarin Chinese · In home
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Wei Wei L.

Wei Wei L.

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About Kristina K.

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La Grange, IL
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I am energetic, easy-going person, eager to teach and learn with you.
I have a bachelor degree in Spanish philology.
I am really fond of learning new languages , so I speak Ukrainian,Russian, English ,Spanish , a little bit of Polish and German!
And I am here to share my knowledge with you!
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Kristina K.

Kristina K.

Online
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About Andrew H.

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Atlanta, GA
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About Andrew
I teach/tutor a myriad of topics and love doing it. I'm currently attending the Georgia Institute of Technology, studying aerospace engineering and computer science, so I love science and math (particularly when it has to do with space stuff). I'm super outgoing and a very laid back, chill person all at the same time (being like this has produced quite the stories). I also love food, a lot.

Working with others and helping them succeed has been something I've loved to do for a while now. While I was in high school, I was a coach for one of the local swim teams and had a blast getting to teach people how to swim and such, and the best part was getting to connect with those kids and seeing them succeed during the swim meets.

Once I graduated, I had the privilege to serve as a full time volunteer in Brazil for a couple years, where my
sole focus, every day, was to help others to improve the quality of their life. In doing so, I had the wonderful opportunity to meet new people everyday and see people's lives drastically improve. Another cool part of this experience was that I got to teach English as a second language to people who'd never spoken it before. They loved it, and in the time that I did teach it, students went from speaking no English to being able to form basic sentences and have simple conversations.

Now in college, I've strived to continue this pattern with the little free time that I get during the week and on the weekends due to my classes. Throughout all of this, I've discovered how easy it is for me to connect with people and how much fun it can be.

What I bring to the lessons:
I always ensure to provide the highest quality lessons and ensure that the student easily understands the materials. I'll provide materials that I know will assist the student to master the concepts.

My expectations:
Learning requires the student to put in effort. Any assignments I give, I will expect them to be completed. I understand that sometimes one of "those weeks" comes around where life hits us in the face, but it's not every week.

Your expectations:
You've come to me obviously to learn something new, and I intend to go above and beyond those expectations. I want the lessons to be more than just sit down, do the work, and then leave. That's not a great way to learn stuff, in my opinion. Expect to be brought out of your comfort zone a bit and experience things you never experienced before. Above all, expect to see these lessons as an enjoyable experience.
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Andrew H.

Andrew H.

Online
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About Louise F.

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Las Vegas, NV
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I first started teaching in the UK in 2007. I have over 10 years of experience of teaching the English Language to both Native and ESL students. I currently work for and have been extensively trained by Class 100 where, over the internet, I teach children from China to speak English.

I believe that learning should be enjoyable and engaging for children. I strive to ensure that all students achieve. With my experience, I am able to equip students with the skills needed to read, write, spell, and speak British English.
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Jasper April 9, 2018
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My daughter really enjoys her lessons. Louise is very patient and committed to ensuring my daughter makes progress each lesson.
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Louise F.

Louise F.

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