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Speaks Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, French, English, Korean
Teaching since 2008
Teaches students 5 and up
Eun K.Book Now
You should speak in Korean during class.
BTS 방탄소년단과 K-pop,노래로 한국어를 배워 보아요.
Speaks English, Italian
Awarded Fulbright scholarship from Fulbright Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange between Italy and the United States
Teaching since 1997
As a Fulbright alumni living in New York for nearly a decade I feel comfortable teaching English to non native of any country, especially to Italians that want to improve their knowledge of the English language.
Bassist and composer Andrea 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
Speaks English, Japanese, French(Intermidiate)
Awarded Prize, Finalist and Opera Scholarship from 1st Prize YAMAHA Kitakantou Electric Piano Competittion,The Opera Idol Competition,Lincoln Center, New York ,The Hariclea Darclee Voice Competition, Romania,The Mario Lanza and Elaine Malbin Vocal Competition, New York, Queens College, The Savannah Voice Festival, Georgia
Teaching since 2005
Become comfortable with daily conversational Japanese. I also offer music lesson in Japanese.
I started my musical training as a pianist at YAMAHA institute at age 4 in Japan. I was selected to enter perfect pitch class. It was designated for students who have perfect pitch and potentials to be professional musicians. I enjoyed playing piano and electric piano and won the 1st prize at Ki
Speaks Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Spanish, English
Awarded 2017 THUMB 11th Grade Classical Music Scholarship Award May 2017 from Beverly Coughlin, THUMB President
Teaching since 2012
There will a mixture of reading, communicating and writing in Chinese such as using books and classic poetry.
Hello, my name is Sherman and I'm currently an undergraduate student at the University of Wisconsin Madison. I've played piano for about 16 years, and I participated in my high school orchestra for all 4 years. I passed the Grade 8 Piano Performance Exam for ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Sch
Speaks English, Russian
Master of Science from Moscow State University
Teaches students 6 and up
Larisa F.Book Now
I am a highly professional and results-driven Russian language teacher with experience in the development and delivery of language programs to a wide variety of clients encompassing diverse backgrounds, beginners to advanced, from students and migrants to business professionals.
I am a native Russian speaker and fluent in English. I have lived in the United States for over 20 years. Having over 20 years of experience teaching Russian I am flexible in adjusting my teaching style and homework to each of my student's individual needs. I have experience with students of diverse ages, backgrounds, and language proficiency levels.
Why do most of us want to learn a language? Probably because we want to communicate with other people in it.
We often teach language through a set of grammar rules and vocabulary lists you need to recite with a teacher.
How effective is this teaching? My answer is not very much. I’ve been learning English for 12 years, through my middle school, high ...
"Russian language! For thousands of years, the people created this flexible, magnificent, inexhaustibly rich, intelligent, poetic and labor instrument of their social life, their thoughts, their feelings, their hopes, their anger, their great future." - Leo Tolstoy. I’m a native Russian, with a
Speaks English, Russian, French, Italian, Spanish, Ukrainian
Instructor of French as a Foreign Language from Taurida National University
Teaches students 15 and up
Experienced teacher of Russian to adult professionals. Balanced diet of grammar focus and fluency building. Communicative approach, based on your interests, portfolio, meaningful tasks, and real-life scenarios. Looking forward to working with you! До встречи!
Hi, my name is Maryna! . I'm from Crimea. I've been living in the USA for over 10 years, which helped me develop a near-native proficiency in English. This is very helpful when it comes to grammar explanations and helping my students understand the subtleties of meaning. . I'm a full-time ed
Занимаемся по сериалу Друзья. В течении недели смотрю по одной, две серии, потом перессказываю о чем там, потом готовлю пересказ на бумаге. На занятии мы с Мариной активно обсуждаем мой пересказ и мои ошибки, ещё успеваем обсудить повседневную лексику. На уроке узнаю много тонкостей в переводе английских слов. Слова не зубрю, но словарный запас пополняется с каждой неделей. Марина большое вам спасибо за уроки, мне очень нравиться учить английский именно с Вами. Вы несомненно талантливый учитель, ваш подход в обучении мне нравится.👍🤗
Translated Using Google Translate:
Thank you, Marinochka, for an interesting approach to learning, when English lessons turn into an exciting game, and students become a friendly, fun team! You are the best English teacher I know🌸🌸🌸! When we polish this language, let's go with you to the next, right? 😉
Рада быть в вашей команде 😀
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