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Rutgers University-New Brunswick (Philosophy)
I specialize in tutoring Chinese grammar, reading, speaking, and writing. I'm also especially good at tutoring people who have no previous knowledge about Chinese and people who are at an intermediate level.
I started tutoring when I was in high school. Since I went to international high school when I was in China, I had a lot of experiences interacting with foreigners from the world. During my communication with them, I learned what the major difficulties that foreign learners have in learning Chinese, and through my practice tutoring Chinese, I developed my own skills tackling these difficulties.
Back then, I usually tutored people who had no previous knowledge about Chinese, and during a semester, they were able to manage daily interaction, such as greeting people, taking buses, ordering food and elementary grammar.
My main focus back then was on speaking and reading. More importantly, I made sure that they practiced Chinese every single day by leaving them homework, calling them and checking with them everyday, and sometimes talking them to Chinese restaurant so that they could have more practice.
I myself am language learner. I've been studying English since I was 14, and now I'm learning German, so I know how to teach people who take Chinese as their second or third language. I think languages are the most important skill for one to live a qualified life. I enjoy teaching my language and I'm good at it.
I specialize in tutoring Chinese grammar, reading, speaking, and writing. I'm also especially good at tutoring people
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