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Kingston Polytechnic-UK (Other)
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I am an Arabic Language educator and tutor with teaching experience more than 10 years. I have excellent skills in tutoring the Arabic language extremely well, easily and stress free. I am a native Arabic speaker originally from Iraq. U.S. Citizen. I have an engineering degree and ample experience as an Arabic Language Linguist and Arabic-English Translator and have worked as a freelance linguist and translator with several entities. I have taught Arabic language to non-Arab speakers’ working with the State Department. I teach students of all ages and I am extremely kind and patient especially with young children.
I am a straightforward, skilled tutor who is friendly, and is easy to deal with. My top priority is to teach my students excellent communications skills, which will enable them to work with the public and private sector.
I am positive that your linguistic skills will improve, and learning the Arabic language will be enjoyable. I do hope you will be pleased with my services and commitment. I am an Arabic Language educator and tutor with teaching experience more than 10 years. I have excellent skills in tutoring the Arabic language extremely well, easily and stress free. I am a native Arabic speaker originally from
I learned to write sentences using past and present tense verbs. I also read out loud masculine and feminine forms of the verbs.
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