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Meijigakuin University (American Literature)
California State University, Long Beach (Master's)
Hello, my name is Saori. I am 100% Japanese, and was born and raised in Japan. I graduated from CSULB, and obtained an MA in Linguistics with an emphasis in teaching Japanese as a second language. I have experience as a TA at CSULB for Japanese Intermediate courses as well as tutoring Japanese at the university language lab for about 2 years. l am very passionate about teaching Japanese and love meeting new people. I am friendly and can get along with anyone. I am very confident that I will be able to provide a great/authentic Japanese lesson for any level. Nice to meet you!
M.A in Linguistics with an emphasis in teaching Japanese as a second language. Experience as a TA and tutor at CSULB. I currently work as a teaching assistant for the Japanese Studies Program at UCSD.
Learning Japanese is so much fun! I hope you will choose me as your Japanese tutor so that we can start learning Japanese language and culture together. If you choose me as your tutor, I will make sure to provide good lessons so that you can achieve your goals! Hello, my name is Saori. I am 100% Japanese, and was born and raised in Japan. I graduated from CSULB, and obtained an MA in Linguistics with an emphasis in teaching Japanese as a second language. I have experience as a TA at
She was extremely patient and encouraging. We went over basic Japanese introductions as well as hirigana and katagana. I really enjoyed our first lesson! I look forward to many more with her!
Saori was incredibly patient with me although I am very new to learning Japanese. She is an incredibly nice tutor and will be able to help you develop your conversational skills!
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