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Hebrew

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Learning Hebrew

Learning Hebrew The subjects I offer to teach include the three great classical ancient...
Elocution/ Accent Reduction

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Good Elocution Can Change Your Life Miraculously!

I love teaching elocution! My students have transformed their lives for the better and enjoyed a...
French (general)

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How to increase exposure to a foreign language

As a language learner, you can increase exposure to a foreign language and culture simply, even...
Elocution/ Accent Reduction

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Don't chew - just get connected!

Many non-native speakers of English are completely mystified when they hear continuous spoken...

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  • Reasons For Learning Russian

    Maria Golubeva Russian Teacher (Lancaster) Picture The first reasons the learn the Russian language is that it is spoken by more than 260 million people around the world. It is not only the official language of Russian, but also of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. Additionally it is spoken widely in Ukraine, Bulgaria and some former Soviet...
  • Language Is Communication

    Hazel Abbott English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Teacher (Brighton) Picture Learning EnglishTo communicate effectively - in any way - we use a recognised code. In language, we can use words, gestures, and expressions. Every language is filled with them - yours and mine. The way we use these codes is how we work towards understanding each other. Naturally, there has to...
  • Learning Korean

    Philip Park Korean Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture Korean is very simple. You will be able to read Korean letters in one hour, but you won't understand the meanings. When learning Korean, knowing Chinese letters are very important. In the Korean language, Chinese letters are just like Greek and Latin in English. When you start learning foreign...
  • Learning A Foreign Language Is Always Possible

    Manuela Cappellari German (general) Tutor (South West London) Picture When you approach a new language for the first time you seem to hear "just-a-long-endless-word". You are not able to distinguish the opening and ending of words; the short and long pauses. You are listening to uttered sounds articulated at random. When I first arrived in Germany I could barely...
  • A Beautiful Journey Of Learning Foreign Languages

    Meliha M Wong German (general) Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture When learning a language, the role of the tutor / teacher is important, but ultimately it still requires the student to be interested in spending time consolidating what they have learnt. As a tutor / teacher, it starts off with diligent preparation to build-up suitable materials to meet the...
  • Learn Spanish In A Fun Way

    Martha Jesty Spanish (general) Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture When my new teenage clients come to me to learn Spanish, they come a bit weary, down and with no hope that they will one day soon master this beautiful language. It puzzles me how they found me and how they have the courage to contact me to learn a language which has brought them so much hard...
  • Conversation Skills

    French (general) Tutor (West London) Picture I have been teaching beginner/intermediate spoken French for 7 years now. If you are looking to impress someone, or just obtain some conversation skills for work, then get in touch. I then make a tailor made plan to factor in the right vocabulary sheets and prep lesson plans for your needs. I...
  • Are Elocution Lessons Still Relevant Today? Editor's Pick

    Sonya Ross Elocution/ Accent Reduction Tutor (North London) Picture In 2017, in a modern, fast-paced diverse city such as London, it can be hard to imagine where an old-fashioned term like 'elocution' would fit in. After all, isn't it preferable to just speak how we speak, to be natural and authentic? Do elocution classes even still exist? If so, who are they...
  • Top 5 Tips For Learning A Language On-The-Go!

    English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Teacher (Stockport) Picture It can be hard striking a work/life balance, especially when one of your main activities out of work is something as time-consuming as learning a foreign language. Here are some tips to help you utilise the limited time you have to maximise your learning of the language you love: 1. Keep a...
  • Do I need grammar when studying a language?

    esitaliano Italian (general) Tutor (Hemel Hempstead) Picture Do I need to learn grammar when studying a language? Grammar is a set of rules that explains how a language works. I like to compare grammar to the rules of a game or a sport. Knowing the rules helps you to play better. Just like with games and sports, each language has its own set of rules that...

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