As a tutor the most stand-out quality is being able to methodically get the knowledge across with great efficacy.
I will never brag about how much I know knowledge-wise, yet I am the one who can deliver what I know right into students' mind through the most effective way possible. As the old saying goes: There exists no worst student, but the worst teacher.
If you are looking to learn Chinese, you should know there are tons of Chinese dialects out there that are completely different from one another, some of which are far from being standard. If I don't end up being your tutor, at least ensure that what you learn is Mandarin, one that is officially promulgated by Chinese government and widely accepted by the social norm in China.
I majored in Chinese for the first two years of my undergrad study when I was in China before switching to English. As a fanatical language learner, I have been through a myriad of errors and tribulations before ultimately getting the hang of it and keeping myself on the right track en route to be a professional who can make a living by writing. Some say Chinese is about different dialogues and idioms, however, Chinese essentially comes down to recalibrate your brain and cognition paradigm and let it run its course and flow fluidly once you master a decent amount of vocabulary to reinforce your language organization.
I would be lying if I say learning Chinese is easy. The one and only thing I require of you is your diligence, then it's up to me to help you become an adequate Chinese speaker and gasp the knack of it.
Enough talking. Some fun facts about myself: I was a NBA journalist who covered the 76ers for a couple of seasons. I take pride in my experience in interviewing high-profile players such as LeBron James and Wade. During the interval of the class, I'd like to share with you some of the best moments that I have encountered working closely with the NBA guys.
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