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Speaks English, French, Arabic
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 5 and up
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Alex Boulos built his talent on his home piano listening to his father's compositions. He won an international competition of piano played by ear from David Sides Playground Sessions when he was 13 years old as well as many other talent shows and contests. Alex started giving piano improvisatio
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Speaks English, German (Deutsch)
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1999
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I have studied German in school for 3 years, two honors, and my skills have continued to improve by hearing, reading, and speaking German. Ich liebe Deutschlernen! I love learning German as you will too. :)
About R. Jonathon
I studied piano performance at Texas A&M university in Corpus Christi for 7years while also working on an English degree. My piano degree recital is on YouTube and the link is available upon request. In teaching, I have experience teaching fundamentals as well as more elaborate music instruction.
Speaks English, Indonesian, Spanish
Commerce Degree (Business English) from SND
Awarded Teaching Experience from Ministry of education Indonesia.
I divide my lessons into small chunks/parts to make it more understandable.
The best way to grasp the attention of learners is to run absorbing and fun activities.
Warm ups play a very essential role in making the lesson more comprehensive.
Would you like to take your English talking proficiency to the next dimension? Make sense of how to pass through your mind effectively and diminish your inflection? My name is Safoora S. I am an English language educator. Encouraging English is my obsession. Consequently, I have had the benefit of
Speaks Spanish, Engilsh, Japanese
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2001
We can focus on all four skills; speaking, listening, reading, and writing, but if a student would like to focus on only speaking, we can certainly do that as well. We also talk about cultural aspects of Japan and cover the vocabularies related to the cultural aspects.
Hello, my name is Emi. I was born in Nagano prefecture and raised in Saitama prefecture. After graduating from college in Tokyo, I moved to the U.S. and have been teaching Japanese at public middle schools as well as colleges for almost 30 years. My hobbies are practicing musical instruments and
The homework is not strenuous but is focused and important for success in her lessons. She also teaches at a nice pace but also is willing to work with you if you feel that you are falling behind. You can absolutely tell that Emi cares about her students and their progression with the language no matter their age and experience.
Speaks Serbian, Italian, English
Teaches students 7 and up
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I am a native speaker and this would be a great opportunity for everyone who’s going to Serbia/Montenegro/Croatia and Bosnia for a cultural/student exchange or work projects and for everyone interested in Balkans languages, culture and history.
I am a dance teacher; performer and choreographer. I started dancing when I was a kid and it always kept me energized; motivated; ready to go an extra mile no matter what I do. I started going to Ballroom school when I was 9 and I loved dancing solo, with a partner or in the group. Dancing, perfor
Speaks English, Japanese
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaching since 2010
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Since you are looking at my page, I’m guessing that you are looking for a teacher who can help you! If you are trying to learn how to speak Japanese, it's your lucky day!
In my lesson, we will be talking a lot!
Are you a shy person or a beginner? Don't worry! I will help you!
I believe that talking is the most effective and fastest way to learn a new language. When I was in school, I was so bad at studying, but when I put myself in another country and forced myself only to speak English and not make any Japanese friends, my English skills improved in such a short amount of time.
I would like to use my effective learning experience to teach here.
Kids don't learn their native language by studying; they learn naturally by listening and speaking.
So we will be talking lots during our lessons. Of course, I do not expect you to speak perfect Japanese! I know that you will make lots of mistakes; we will have a safe learning ...
I'm Chiaki! I was born and grew up in Japan. I think you will be surprised to see how happy and positive I am during our lessons. I am not trying to overreact or anything, but I get super happy when you do well because I think of my students as my learning partners. When you do well or acc
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