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Eleanora D.

Tax and Real Estate Lawyer with Math Teaching Experience

Tax and Real Estate Lawyer with Math Teaching Experience

$50/hour

  • 210 hours tutoring

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Bio

MATH - Middle School through Algebra 2, Math Problems on the Real Estate Licensing exam.
STANDARDIZED TEST PREP: GED, SAT, LSAT, GMAT; Real Estate Licensing exam; Writing; Editing.
LOGIC: Logic Games on LSAT

My primary credentials are: BA in Economics U of Chicago, JD U of Miami School of Law, and LL.M Taxation New York University School of Law. Member of the Massachusetts and Florida Bars. Experienced in Tax Law, Estate Planning, Consumer Bankruptcy, and generally Legal Research,...

MATH - Middle School through Algebra 2, Math Problems on the Real Estate Licensing exam.
STANDARDIZED TEST PREP: GED, SAT, LSAT, GMAT; Real Estate Licensing exam; Writing; Editing.
LOGIC: Logic Games on LSAT

My primary credentials are: BA in Economics U of Chicago, JD U of Miami School of Law, and LL.M Taxation New York University School of Law. Member of the Massachusetts and Florida Bars. Experienced in Tax Law, Estate Planning, Consumer Bankruptcy, and generally Legal Research, Writing, and Editing.

In my "second career" (Education), between 2005 - 2015 I taught Math full-time for grades 5-8 and 9-12, in Boston Public Schools and alternative ed/residential Department of Youth Services settings, working with at-risk urban youth. I am Certified to teach Math.

I also taught STEM subjects (Intro Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Computers/Technology), but am not certified in those other STEM subjects. I updated this profile and my list of "Subjects" in Wyzant as of September 2020 to narrow my focus. My specialties really are Law, Tax Law, Real Estate License exam prep, Math through Algebra 2, and STANDARDIZED TEST PREP (SAT, LSAT inc LOGIC GAMES, GMAT, GED).

My students describe me as "patient and precise". I can communicate with people from all walks of life on all learning levels. I am careful to find and fill gaps in knowledge, to restore confidence in Math and Logic. I encourage independence and critical thinking.

My greatest asset is an infectious love of learning. I treat exam prep as an opportunity for learning both content and strategy. The best tutor is the one who brings out the best in the particular student.

Process is key.


Education

University of Chicago
Economics
University of Miami School of Law
J.D.
New York University School of Law
Masters

Policies

  • Hourly Rate: $50
  • Rate details: Minimum lesson time 2 hours. Travel expenses to be agreed upon if a distance. Rate negotiable down for (easy) level of difficulty. 24 hour notice required for cancellation or 1 hour fee.
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 7/19/2011

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Schedule

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Subjects

Business

GMAT,

GMAT

Students preparing for the GMAT should review essential skills as well as emphasize test- taking strategy. Verbal skills include grammar because the rules of grammar impact comprehension. Logical analytical techniques include making comparisons and questioning assumptions, for example. Essential Math skills include ratios, percents, exponents, graphs, statistics, data analysis, probability, Geometry, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. This is only high school material however the questions are challenging and get progressively difficult as you keep answering them correctly. I prepare students to encounter the "hardest" Math questions typically presented on the GMATs.
Law,

Law

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, MASTERS OF LAWS IN TAXATION, 1990 Completed part-time program over several years while living in New York and working as: Research Assistant to Professor Harvey Dale, Chairman, Program on Philanthropy and the Law; and Tax/Legal Researcher to Faye Polayes, Vice-President & Tax Counsel, Republic National Bank of New York UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW, JURIS DOCTORATE, 1985 Class rank: top third. GPA 1.9/3.0. Articles and Comments Editor of Entertainment & Sports Law Journal. Winner of American Jurisprudence Awards in (1) Elements of Legal Reasoning and (2) Remedies Research Assistant to Professor T. Anderson (organized pleadings in extensive judicial impeachment litigation) LEGAL WORK EXPERIENCE ATTORNEY, GRANTHAM & CENCARIK, 271 CAMBRIDGE STREET, SUITE 203 CAMBRIDGE, MA 02141 • • I practiced Bankruptcy law, primarily Chapter 7, representing clients through all phases from Intake, Interviewing, Completion of Petition and Schedules for Filing, Credit Counseling, and attending 341 Administrative Hearings. VOLUNTEER LAWYER, SUFFOLK COUNTY PROBATE COURT, 24 NEW CHARDON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02114 • Served as “Lawyer of the Day” helping pro se parties to prepare for court, on multiple occasions during the years TRUSTS AND ESTATES ADMINISTRATOR, SPENCER & STONE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 50 BEACON STREET, BOSTON, MA • Accounting for over $15 million in trust assets, recording all income and expenses, responding inquiries, maintaining files, and worked on team to complete Federal Estate and Trust Tax Returns. ATTORNEY IN PRIVATE PRACTICE/FREE-LANCE LEGAL WRITER, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 1991 – 1994. • Representing clients in Tax Court, Housing Court, and Federal District Court, negotiating housing extensions and rent abatements for tenants, litigating at trials and settlements to reduce corporate tax assessment by as much as 50%, and providing customized research and analysis for various commercial clients including S.G. Warburg Investment Bank.I also published sever
Tax Accounting

Tax Accounting

I have a Masters of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law, or an "Ll.M". I took courses in income taxation for individuals, for corporations, estates and trusts. I worked for a large bank in NY a tax legal research assistant, and I worked in publishing editing tax textbooks. I have represented clients in tax court. I can show a person to make sense of incomes, deductions, credits, various schedules, and the policy reasons for the rules, sometimes just be reading the free publications put out by the IRS or state.

Corporate Training

GMAT,

GMAT

Students preparing for the GMAT should review essential skills as well as emphasize test- taking strategy. Verbal skills include grammar because the rules of grammar impact comprehension. Logical analytical techniques include making comparisons and questioning assumptions, for example. Essential Math skills include ratios, percents, exponents, graphs, statistics, data analysis, probability, Geometry, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. This is only high school material however the questions are challenging and get progressively difficult as you keep answering them correctly. I prepare students to encounter the "hardest" Math questions typically presented on the GMATs.
Law,

Law

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, MASTERS OF LAWS IN TAXATION, 1990 Completed part-time program over several years while living in New York and working as: Research Assistant to Professor Harvey Dale, Chairman, Program on Philanthropy and the Law; and Tax/Legal Researcher to Faye Polayes, Vice-President & Tax Counsel, Republic National Bank of New York UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW, JURIS DOCTORATE, 1985 Class rank: top third. GPA 1.9/3.0. Articles and Comments Editor of Entertainment & Sports Law Journal. Winner of American Jurisprudence Awards in (1) Elements of Legal Reasoning and (2) Remedies Research Assistant to Professor T. Anderson (organized pleadings in extensive judicial impeachment litigation) LEGAL WORK EXPERIENCE ATTORNEY, GRANTHAM & CENCARIK, 271 CAMBRIDGE STREET, SUITE 203 CAMBRIDGE, MA 02141 • • I practiced Bankruptcy law, primarily Chapter 7, representing clients through all phases from Intake, Interviewing, Completion of Petition and Schedules for Filing, Credit Counseling, and attending 341 Administrative Hearings. VOLUNTEER LAWYER, SUFFOLK COUNTY PROBATE COURT, 24 NEW CHARDON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02114 • Served as “Lawyer of the Day” helping pro se parties to prepare for court, on multiple occasions during the years TRUSTS AND ESTATES ADMINISTRATOR, SPENCER & STONE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 50 BEACON STREET, BOSTON, MA • Accounting for over $15 million in trust assets, recording all income and expenses, responding inquiries, maintaining files, and worked on team to complete Federal Estate and Trust Tax Returns. ATTORNEY IN PRIVATE PRACTICE/FREE-LANCE LEGAL WRITER, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 1991 – 1994. • Representing clients in Tax Court, Housing Court, and Federal District Court, negotiating housing extensions and rent abatements for tenants, litigating at trials and settlements to reduce corporate tax assessment by as much as 50%, and providing customized research and analysis for various commercial clients including S.G. Warburg Investment Bank.I also published sever
Tax Accounting,

Tax Accounting

I have a Masters of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law, or an "Ll.M". I took courses in income taxation for individuals, for corporations, estates and trusts. I worked for a large bank in NY a tax legal research assistant, and I worked in publishing editing tax textbooks. I have represented clients in tax court. I can show a person to make sense of incomes, deductions, credits, various schedules, and the policy reasons for the rules, sometimes just be reading the free publications put out by the IRS or state.
Grammar, Proofreading

Elementary Education

Elementary Math, Elementary Science, Grammar, Reading

English

English,

English

English can be taught on all levels; language is an art. Beginners, including young people and those learning it as a second language, would focus on vocabulary and grammar. Fundamentals include the parts of speech, sentence construction, punctuation, writing paragraphs, short essays and reports, and simple poetry. Advanced work includes longer reports and essays, with more organization including contents and bibliographies. High school students could also read and write plays and songs or lyrics, and more poetry. On the adult level, I would put published works, and interoffice communications, legal and business documents. All students practice reading, writing, and speaking with increasing sophistication.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a legal editor for prestigious publishers in New York City for over 5 years, with my name on several chapters of legal treatises. Also as licensed attorney for 10 years, I generated numerous pleadings and research memoranda, for my employers including a big bank and law school professors and individuals and business clients.
Grammar, Proofreading, Reading, SAT Reading, SAT Writing

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 includes using variables, solving equations for unknown variables, representing relationships between quantities as equalities (or inequalities) in graphs, symbols, and meaningful word problems, recognizing and describing relationships and patterns such as ratios and proportions, direct and inverse variation, and introduction to functions, slope/intercept formulas of linear functions (y = mx + b), standard form for linear functions (Ax + By = C), distinguishing between linear and exponential relationships, representing exponents symbolically, including negative and fractional exponents, and solving problems involving exponents such as compound interest calculations. I utilize multiple representations such as graphic, symbolic, and verbal, even rhythmic and spatial, to unify an understanding of geomtry with algebra and real world applications.
English,

English

English can be taught on all levels; language is an art. Beginners, including young people and those learning it as a second language, would focus on vocabulary and grammar. Fundamentals include the parts of speech, sentence construction, punctuation, writing paragraphs, short essays and reports, and simple poetry. Advanced work includes longer reports and essays, with more organization including contents and bibliographies. High school students could also read and write plays and songs or lyrics, and more poetry. On the adult level, I would put published works, and interoffice communications, legal and business documents. All students practice reading, writing, and speaking with increasing sophistication.
Geometry,

Geometry

I taught fundamentals of Geometry, starting with points, lines, line segments, planes, parallel lines, intersecting lines, rays, angles, polygons, common polygons like triangles, squares, rectangles, etc. special triangles (isosceles, equilateral, 30-60-90, 45-45-90, how to find the sum of interior angles, how to prove congruence and similarity, how to find area and perimeter of regular and irregular shapes. I had the privilege of working with software called "Geometer's Sketch Pad", which allowed students to construct shapes and figures and then manipulate them on the screen while viewing measurements of constant relations, such as the ratios between side lengths. I also spent time sharing about "Sacred Geometry" to my class, or about the "Golden Ratio", in Art, Architecture, and Nature.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I got a start in SAT Test Prep with a larger company called Summit, where I was trained on test taking strategy and using a series of practice tests with measurable improvement. As a full time math teacher for almost 10 years working with students at various levels, I also tend to try to locate any gaps in learning to fill them. There are certain math topics that get tested repeatedly on the SAT and I am able to review those with my students in a practical way so that they can attempt all or most questions with confidence.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a legal editor for prestigious publishers in New York City for over 5 years, with my name on several chapters of legal treatises. Also as licensed attorney for 10 years, I generated numerous pleadings and research memoranda, for my employers including a big bank and law school professors and individuals and business clients.
Algebra 2, Prealgebra, Reading, SAT Reading

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 includes using variables, solving equations for unknown variables, representing relationships between quantities as equalities (or inequalities) in graphs, symbols, and meaningful word problems, recognizing and describing relationships and patterns such as ratios and proportions, direct and inverse variation, and introduction to functions, slope/intercept formulas of linear functions (y = mx + b), standard form for linear functions (Ax + By = C), distinguishing between linear and exponential relationships, representing exponents symbolically, including negative and fractional exponents, and solving problems involving exponents such as compound interest calculations. I utilize multiple representations such as graphic, symbolic, and verbal, even rhythmic and spatial, to unify an understanding of geomtry with algebra and real world applications.
Geometry,

Geometry

I taught fundamentals of Geometry, starting with points, lines, line segments, planes, parallel lines, intersecting lines, rays, angles, polygons, common polygons like triangles, squares, rectangles, etc. special triangles (isosceles, equilateral, 30-60-90, 45-45-90, how to find the sum of interior angles, how to prove congruence and similarity, how to find area and perimeter of regular and irregular shapes. I had the privilege of working with software called "Geometer's Sketch Pad", which allowed students to construct shapes and figures and then manipulate them on the screen while viewing measurements of constant relations, such as the ratios between side lengths. I also spent time sharing about "Sacred Geometry" to my class, or about the "Golden Ratio", in Art, Architecture, and Nature.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I got a start in SAT Test Prep with a larger company called Summit, where I was trained on test taking strategy and using a series of practice tests with measurable improvement. As a full time math teacher for almost 10 years working with students at various levels, I also tend to try to locate any gaps in learning to fill them. There are certain math topics that get tested repeatedly on the SAT and I am able to review those with my students in a practical way so that they can attempt all or most questions with confidence.
Tax Accounting,

Tax Accounting

I have a Masters of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law, or an "Ll.M". I took courses in income taxation for individuals, for corporations, estates and trusts. I worked for a large bank in NY a tax legal research assistant, and I worked in publishing editing tax textbooks. I have represented clients in tax court. I can show a person to make sense of incomes, deductions, credits, various schedules, and the policy reasons for the rules, sometimes just be reading the free publications put out by the IRS or state.
Algebra 2, Prealgebra, Probability

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 includes using variables, solving equations for unknown variables, representing relationships between quantities as equalities (or inequalities) in graphs, symbols, and meaningful word problems, recognizing and describing relationships and patterns such as ratios and proportions, direct and inverse variation, and introduction to functions, slope/intercept formulas of linear functions (y = mx + b), standard form for linear functions (Ax + By = C), distinguishing between linear and exponential relationships, representing exponents symbolically, including negative and fractional exponents, and solving problems involving exponents such as compound interest calculations. I utilize multiple representations such as graphic, symbolic, and verbal, even rhythmic and spatial, to unify an understanding of geomtry with algebra and real world applications.
English,

English

English can be taught on all levels; language is an art. Beginners, including young people and those learning it as a second language, would focus on vocabulary and grammar. Fundamentals include the parts of speech, sentence construction, punctuation, writing paragraphs, short essays and reports, and simple poetry. Advanced work includes longer reports and essays, with more organization including contents and bibliographies. High school students could also read and write plays and songs or lyrics, and more poetry. On the adult level, I would put published works, and interoffice communications, legal and business documents. All students practice reading, writing, and speaking with increasing sophistication.
Geometry,

Geometry

I taught fundamentals of Geometry, starting with points, lines, line segments, planes, parallel lines, intersecting lines, rays, angles, polygons, common polygons like triangles, squares, rectangles, etc. special triangles (isosceles, equilateral, 30-60-90, 45-45-90, how to find the sum of interior angles, how to prove congruence and similarity, how to find area and perimeter of regular and irregular shapes. I had the privilege of working with software called "Geometer's Sketch Pad", which allowed students to construct shapes and figures and then manipulate them on the screen while viewing measurements of constant relations, such as the ratios between side lengths. I also spent time sharing about "Sacred Geometry" to my class, or about the "Golden Ratio", in Art, Architecture, and Nature.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a legal editor for prestigious publishers in New York City for over 5 years, with my name on several chapters of legal treatises. Also as licensed attorney for 10 years, I generated numerous pleadings and research memoranda, for my employers including a big bank and law school professors and individuals and business clients.
Algebra 2, Prealgebra, Reading

Other

Law

Law

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, MASTERS OF LAWS IN TAXATION, 1990 Completed part-time program over several years while living in New York and working as: Research Assistant to Professor Harvey Dale, Chairman, Program on Philanthropy and the Law; and Tax/Legal Researcher to Faye Polayes, Vice-President & Tax Counsel, Republic National Bank of New York UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW, JURIS DOCTORATE, 1985 Class rank: top third. GPA 1.9/3.0. Articles and Comments Editor of Entertainment & Sports Law Journal. Winner of American Jurisprudence Awards in (1) Elements of Legal Reasoning and (2) Remedies Research Assistant to Professor T. Anderson (organized pleadings in extensive judicial impeachment litigation) LEGAL WORK EXPERIENCE ATTORNEY, GRANTHAM & CENCARIK, 271 CAMBRIDGE STREET, SUITE 203 CAMBRIDGE, MA 02141 • • I practiced Bankruptcy law, primarily Chapter 7, representing clients through all phases from Intake, Interviewing, Completion of Petition and Schedules for Filing, Credit Counseling, and attending 341 Administrative Hearings. VOLUNTEER LAWYER, SUFFOLK COUNTY PROBATE COURT, 24 NEW CHARDON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02114 • Served as “Lawyer of the Day” helping pro se parties to prepare for court, on multiple occasions during the years TRUSTS AND ESTATES ADMINISTRATOR, SPENCER & STONE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 50 BEACON STREET, BOSTON, MA • Accounting for over $15 million in trust assets, recording all income and expenses, responding inquiries, maintaining files, and worked on team to complete Federal Estate and Trust Tax Returns. ATTORNEY IN PRIVATE PRACTICE/FREE-LANCE LEGAL WRITER, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 1991 – 1994. • Representing clients in Tax Court, Housing Court, and Federal District Court, negotiating housing extensions and rent abatements for tenants, litigating at trials and settlements to reduce corporate tax assessment by as much as 50%, and providing customized research and analysis for various commercial clients including S.G. Warburg Investment Bank.I also published sever

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 includes using variables, solving equations for unknown variables, representing relationships between quantities as equalities (or inequalities) in graphs, symbols, and meaningful word problems, recognizing and describing relationships and patterns such as ratios and proportions, direct and inverse variation, and introduction to functions, slope/intercept formulas of linear functions (y = mx + b), standard form for linear functions (Ax + By = C), distinguishing between linear and exponential relationships, representing exponents symbolically, including negative and fractional exponents, and solving problems involving exponents such as compound interest calculations. I utilize multiple representations such as graphic, symbolic, and verbal, even rhythmic and spatial, to unify an understanding of geomtry with algebra and real world applications.
GED,

GED

I have so much to offer my GED Math students. From my years of teaching Middle and High School Math in alternative settings, I got skilled at simplifying subjects and filling "gaps" in learning. I can do this quickly, in a fraction of the time other teachers take. Speaking of fractions, the GED Math involves a lot a basics. I review with my students from the ground up, from Number Systems up to Equations and everything in between. Some students come from different countries that use different symbols and we go over that. In the end, it is necessary to be able to use math to solve problems. Answering the GED questions right is the beginning of a new confidence in Math.
Geometry,

Geometry

I taught fundamentals of Geometry, starting with points, lines, line segments, planes, parallel lines, intersecting lines, rays, angles, polygons, common polygons like triangles, squares, rectangles, etc. special triangles (isosceles, equilateral, 30-60-90, 45-45-90, how to find the sum of interior angles, how to prove congruence and similarity, how to find area and perimeter of regular and irregular shapes. I had the privilege of working with software called "Geometer's Sketch Pad", which allowed students to construct shapes and figures and then manipulate them on the screen while viewing measurements of constant relations, such as the ratios between side lengths. I also spent time sharing about "Sacred Geometry" to my class, or about the "Golden Ratio", in Art, Architecture, and Nature.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I got a start in SAT Test Prep with a larger company called Summit, where I was trained on test taking strategy and using a series of practice tests with measurable improvement. As a full time math teacher for almost 10 years working with students at various levels, I also tend to try to locate any gaps in learning to fill them. There are certain math topics that get tested repeatedly on the SAT and I am able to review those with my students in a practical way so that they can attempt all or most questions with confidence.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a legal editor for prestigious publishers in New York City for over 5 years, with my name on several chapters of legal treatises. Also as licensed attorney for 10 years, I generated numerous pleadings and research memoranda, for my employers including a big bank and law school professors and individuals and business clients.
Algebra 2, Reading

Test Preparation

GED,

GED

I have so much to offer my GED Math students. From my years of teaching Middle and High School Math in alternative settings, I got skilled at simplifying subjects and filling "gaps" in learning. I can do this quickly, in a fraction of the time other teachers take. Speaking of fractions, the GED Math involves a lot a basics. I review with my students from the ground up, from Number Systems up to Equations and everything in between. Some students come from different countries that use different symbols and we go over that. In the end, it is necessary to be able to use math to solve problems. Answering the GED questions right is the beginning of a new confidence in Math.
GMAT,

GMAT

Students preparing for the GMAT should review essential skills as well as emphasize test- taking strategy. Verbal skills include grammar because the rules of grammar impact comprehension. Logical analytical techniques include making comparisons and questioning assumptions, for example. Essential Math skills include ratios, percents, exponents, graphs, statistics, data analysis, probability, Geometry, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. This is only high school material however the questions are challenging and get progressively difficult as you keep answering them correctly. I prepare students to encounter the "hardest" Math questions typically presented on the GMATs.
LSAT,

LSAT

I took the LSAT and got into good law schools. I graduated and passed 3 Bar Exams on my 1st try. I practiced law and was a professional legal writer and published author. I also taught math and science for 10 years as a licensed educator, improving my facility with logic.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I got a start in SAT Test Prep with a larger company called Summit, where I was trained on test taking strategy and using a series of practice tests with measurable improvement. As a full time math teacher for almost 10 years working with students at various levels, I also tend to try to locate any gaps in learning to fill them. There are certain math topics that get tested repeatedly on the SAT and I am able to review those with my students in a practical way so that they can attempt all or most questions with confidence.
PSAT, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, SSAT

Ratings and Reviews


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4.6 (23 ratings)
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Reviews

Excellent work

Eleanora was detail-oriented, and an overall fantastic researcher and tutor. I would recommend her to anyone looking for a tutor in a legal or tax related subject.

Kevin, 1 lesson with Eleanora

Excellent tutor

We went over important concepts, so I have a greater understanding of the subject. I also learned some study methods, and found them helpful.

Jennifer, 3 lessons with Eleanora

Very Patient

She took her time to explain the basics of math because I was so lost and I couldn't remember anything. I liked the way she explained the problems, and I know for sure that if I keep up with her, I will pass my test!

Vanessa, 1 lesson with Eleanora

Great Listener

Took her time to really help me understand basic math concepts. Had a real reliable and flexible schedule. She used real life examples to help break down complicated math problems.

Laurine, 2 lessons with Eleanora

Very Helpful

Ellie was a very patient and helpful tutor to me. She met me at a location and time of my choice which made the process very easy. Ellie is a very nice person who I would recommend.

Anthony, 1 lesson with Eleanora
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