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Hi everyone! My name is Masako. I am originally from Japan and lived in Canada for about 8 years and recently moved to Brooklyn, NY. I have a teacher's license in Japan and have been teaching students from grade 7 to adults for over 5 years.
I am currently an online instructor where I teach English to students in Japan and used to teach Japanese to Canadian students. I love teaching and learning new things from my students. I love to see my students understand and have more and more confidence in themselves. I would like to offer an easy-to-understand fun lesson as well as effective and useful ways to learn Japanese based on your interest or goal.
When I went to Canada, I did not speak English fluently, so I understand how hard learning new languages could be, especially the one that has completely different sentence structures or pronunciations from your mother language.
Through this struggle, I have learned how to explain Japanese grammar or structures as simple as possible to my students.
Please feel free to contact me so that we can exchange more information about each other! My schedule is quite flexible, so let me know date, time and location that are convenient for you. I am looking forward to hearing from you! Thank you! Hi everyone! My name is Masako. I am originally from Japan and lived in Canada for about 8 years and recently moved to Brooklyn, NY. I have a teacher's license in Japan and have been teaching students from grade 7 to adults for over 5 years.
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