I spent six years in Japan teaching English to Japanese people. Over that time, I studied Japanese while being immersed in it. Many people in Japan know some English, but being immersed is a great way to learn a language and nuances that you can't learn in books. I actually passed the second level (first level being the highest) Japanese test. I am very happy to offer my services to help students learn Japanese or Japanese students to learn English.
I also have an insightful knowledge of algebra. After all, algebra is mostly doing equations for which a part is unknown. I'm good at helping other people to understand concepts and make written directions more intelligible.
I work as an accountant, so I'm always interested in getting down to the core of problems. It's a good strategy for dealing with most problems, and great for students wishing to learn something new.
I think that any student can be taught things, even if they feel they are difficult, if the subject can be presented in a way they can understand. The key is to find a way for children to take an interest in solving problems and finding answers.
Please let me help your child understand the unknown.
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