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- My background -
A current graduate student at Columbia University, I am a quintilingual tutor ready to help you with your language needs! I read, write, and speak Spanish, French, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, and a bit of Italian. I currently tutor French, Spanish, and SAT writing.
While I love learning languages, I also love teaching them. I've tutored for over 10 years now, helping students with reading, writing, cover letters, and resume-writing. I've also taught abroad in Sierra Leone and Russia. My goal in teaching is to infuse my students with a love of language and culture. I seek to open their vistas and inspire them to dream big. The world is an exciting place -- learning a new language will help you see and know more of it.
My teaching philosophy is centered on empowering my students. As such, I tailor my curriculum around each student's indivudal needs and preferences. My classes incorporate music, movies, and real-life examples in order to be thought-provoking and memorable.
- Spanish, French, and Writing Experience -
I have been teaching Spanish at Fluent City, and after-work program, for the last year. I have extensive experience working with native Spanish speakers. I studied Spanish for 6 years and have lived in two Spanish-speaking countries.
I studied in a French-only environment for five years, and interviewed multiple African and Haitian clients at my last job.
I scored in the 99th percentile for writing in the SATs and GREs.
If you want a good mix of fun, challenge, and learning, please contact me. I'd be more than happy to help you reach your foreign language and English goals. - My background -
A current graduate student at Columbia University, I am a quintilingual tutor ready to help you with your language needs! I read, write, and speak Spanish, Read more
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