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Queens CUNY, Flushing, NY (Linguistics)
Simmons College, Boston, MA (Master's)
Greetings. I have been an English and ESL teacher and tutor for the past twenty years. I have taught all kinds of students and nationalities. I have taught college students who are trying to enter a university and helped them revise their term papers on all subjects. I have also taught professional foreign adults who are trying to improve their English language level to gain an advanced level of expertise in all areas, most often in conversation. Most of my experience has been with teenagers and adults.
Although I have worked with all levels of students, I feel that I function best with students who are at least of a lower intermediate level. I feel that I am extremely good with more advanced students and particularly those in high school, college, graduate school, and those adults already in their respective careers.
I am also a musician and play piano, but not professionally.
I have a Master's in Teaching English as a Second Language (MATESL) and have prepared students for TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, SAT, and other tests.
I encourage anyone who is interested to contact me and schedule lessons. Greetings. I have been an English and ESL teacher and tutor for the past twenty years. I have taught all kinds of students and nationalities. I have taught college students who are trying to enter a university and helped them revise their
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