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I am Japanese. Although a Japanese sentence can be translated to English in a grammatically correct way and English speakers can understand it, often the sentence does not resemble native English. Maggie helps advanced learners understand how certain words carry various emotions and create a certain ambience. She believes that native-like fluency cannot be attained through translation and gave me tools to break the habit and develop a more intuitive approach to language learning.
Maggie has great enthusiasm for teaching each student well. Her lessons were systematic and she clearly explained grammar and style points. She used not only textbooks, but also many materials which made her lessons much more fun! That’s why I liked her lessons so much.
I believe you would have a wonderful experience studying with Maggie.
Working with her would be one of the fastest ways to improve your English language skills."
She makes you talk if that if what you want to learn, but first she will give you the tools to do so."
I recommend him without reservation."
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As a voice teacher, Mariana has experience teaching students of all ages but
*** Lesson Details ***
Students will develop a strong vocal technique and build healthy vocal habits. They will learn all aspects needed to become a well rounded singer: diction, interpretation, musicianship, breath support and focus, all of this while having fun! Also, they will acquire the tools to keep up the work they've done during their lessons in the time between meetings with the teacher.
Pianists will learn to read music and play by ear while acquiring a healthy technique to avoid any injuries.
*** Studio Equipment ***
I own a Yamaha digital piano.
*** Travel Equipment ***
I own a traveling keyboard but prefer to use a larger instrument if available at the student's home. I also provide musical scores and the use of metronome.
*** Specialties ***
Classical, pop, musical theatre, rock
Verified Student · Singing · In studio
Verified Student · Spanish ·
I woukd highly recomend her to anyone wanting to learn spanish.
She is the best! Rick L
· Piano · In home
About Jonathan "JC"
My name is Jonathan. I am a 33 year old French-American man living and working in Minneapolis. I will be your teacher today.
I am a happy husband and step-father who moved to Minnesota in 2015 to live with the wife Sophia and 2 kids: Blake and Samara, 14 and 12 (10th, and 7th grade).
I have been a professional photographer for more than 14 years now. It is my full-time job. I also practice traditional Indian-Himalayan Sunyoga, meditation, acupressure. I have participated in healing cancer patients and all kinds of diseases in 4 different coun
In 2015, before I moved to the USA, I was the President of a Non Profit Organization called SUNYOGA France, French branch of the main NPO from India called UNIVERSAL PEACE CENTER, for yoga, research, education, and many humanitarian programs. I am now working on creating the American branch of the association. It will be called SUNYOGA AMERICA.
WHAT ABOUT TEACHING? Everybody wants the best. I believe QUALITY is the most important. I also believe each person is UNIQUE and should be treated in a unique way.
What comes first? Question or answer? When we arrive on our first day at school do we have final exams? First the teacher shares knowledge during class. Depending on the teacher's talent, passion, and love for his work, the students will learn something. Then only we have exams.
Life is the biggest exam off all. Every day we are being tested. With our family, friends, work, travels, everywhere we go and whatever we do. Hopefully wisdom will come out of this process. All we need is a little support to all grow together.
Teaching is a big responsibility. Parents and teachers, it is our duty to teach the best. Let's do our best together. Thank you.
JC • Jonathan Charpentier photography 📷
ENLIGHTEN YOUR EVENT, BRING LIFE TO YOUR STORY
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟Voted Top 5 MN Photographer by CBS News Minnesota
👍Creative Business, Event, Portrait, Commercial, Performance Photographer
🎨Fine Art Photographer
🐣Photography Workshops Teacher/ Coach for ↪beginners ↪advanced ↪pros💯
Verified Student · Ping Pong · In studio
· French · Online
Jonathan "JC" C.
Jonathan "JC" C.
I am also a licensed teacher and have a degree in teaching Spanish. Teaching and tutoring Spanish is another passion of mine! I'm creative, patient, flexible and understanding.
I look forward to helping you realize your paper dreams and/or Spanish goals!
I started learning German through what is now the Concordia Language Villa
· Flute · In studio
Verified Student · Singing · In studio
· Singing ·
I was teaching at Minneapolis Japanese School for 11 years.
And I'm teaching Japanese for a college student now.
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