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The City College of New York (Italian, French)
I started to learn Italian in high school and from that time I cannot stop exploring this language. Back in high school I used to help students in class if they could not understand something. On the other hand, French was a language that I always wanted to know. So, I decided to major in Romance languages, Italian and French. It is my third year in college. I got certificates of academic achievement for excellence in the study of those two languages, and now, I would really like to get an experience of tutoring. I can help with grammar, writing skills, or with improvement of the conversation in Italian or French.
I will try to give the exercises that would help to enrich a student's vocabulary and raise his or her level of knowledge in Italian or French. I can also bring some literature and work on it together with a student, so that he or she can get used to the written foreign language and different styles of writing. I would try to answer all the questions a student has, help with homework problems, or with basic spoken Italian or French.
I would also try to be flexible with the time although morning hours would be preferred. I started to learn Italian in high school and from that time I cannot stop exploring this language. Back in high school I used to help students in class if they could not understand something. On the other hand, … Read more
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