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merced community college (Liberal Studies)
California State University, Stanislaus (Other)
Hello. My name is Mindy. I graduated from college with a B.A. degree in Education and a TESOL certificate. After graduating, I taught ESL (English as a Second Language) for a year and then moved to Japan to teach English! I lived there for 9 years and am fluent in conversational Japanese and studied hiragana, katakana and basic kanji. These are the three written language systems in Japan.
This is my first time tutoring Japanese, but I am happy to try! I love the language and speak Japanese daily with my bi-lingual children. I would love to help someone have more of an interest in Japanese and help them learn the language. My pronunciation is very good as I lived with the Japanese people and spoke it daily during my time there.
I am a qualified ESL instructor. I taught it for a total of 4 years. I am TESOL certified.
I studied Japanese formally for 1 year and then studied it independently for about 2 years. I have two certificates showing I took two courses in it while in Japan. I am a natural Japanese speaker from living in Japan and communicating with the people during my 9 years there.
If you are interested in learning Japanese, please contact me. I am more than happy to help! My pronunciation is good and clear and I will go at your pace. It is a beautiful language which I am happy to teach. Please contact me and we can schedule lessons. Hello. My name is Mindy. I graduated from college with a B.A. degree in Education and a TESOL certificate. After graduating, I taught ESL (English as a Second Language) for a year
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