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I was very nervous speaking English with native speakers because I couldn't understand them very well. Now I feel very confident. Recently, I had my first interviews in English and I understood everything! I'm glad we use Skype too because one interview was on the phone, so it's good to practice not face to face. I believe that the boss also understood me perfectly.
I am very happy with my lessons. I get homework every week. It's usually a news article or listening exercise which we discuss a bit during our class. Michelle is an English expert and can answer all your grammar and vocabulary questions in a patient way. She is interesting and super easy to talk with and always has good subjects to discuss. If you want to improve your English, especially confidence in speaking and listening, you should take lessons with Michelle."
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Maryam’s musical style is derived from a fusion of jazz, persian and classical music and inspired by endless number of artists. She is currently working on her two debut albums featuring her newly formed “Maryama Band” as well as new instrumental music. Maryam is currently studying with Usher and Christina Aguilera through MasterClass inc.
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I want you to improve. I want you to put time and be great at what you do. I truly love all my students and I want your happiness. As of teaching goes, I'll make sure to meet all your needs but it's you who can make a difference. I don't believe in talent , I believe in hard work and practice. everybody is born with the same blank canvas it's what you draw on it over time that matters.If you let me know that you have other things than music or you're maybe busy to practice a lot, I'll give less things to practice after every 3 month ( what I call a semester) you can choose songs to record in my home studio. I don't have a fancy studio but I have enough equipment to record and edit demo songs. I'd love my students to participant in talent shows and I'm always looking to put you out there in the real world of music.
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Any thing a student and their parents might need.
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I can bring my guitar to accompany but the student needs to also provide their own instrument. I will also need the voice students to have a keyboard or a piano as a lot of voice technique exercises need the piano accompaniment.
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I'm professionally an electric guitarist.. Started with classic guitar and then changed genre to rock and metal and then started exploring jazz but I consider myself a rock solo guitarist with some spices of jazz and i still play classical. I'm also a pop/rock singer with flavors of jazz and I've been singing classic music as well.
Verified Student · Farsi · Online
Verified Student · Guitar · In studio
· Music Composition ·
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Verified Student · Arabic · In studio
· English · In studio
· Arabic · In home
Knows how to modify her teaching strategies according to the particular students.
Encourages learning for understanding and is concerned with developing her students and problem-approach behaviors.
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