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Technical University, St. Petersburg, Russia (Computer Engineering)
Villanovia University (MBA)
I have been living in the United States for the last 20 years. Back in St. Petersburg, Russia, I worked as a research engineer and English interpreter specializing in the areas of technology and finance. I am also familiar with the medical and life sciences terminology in English and Russian.
Although I don’t have a formal education of teaching Russian, I was able to succeed in teaching both of my children to read, write and speak fluently in Russian. In addition, I have previous experience in tutoring high school math and teaching seminars in structured finance.
Other than Russian, I also have a basic knowledge of the Polish language.
I have all the necessary Russian textbooks, tutorials, books and dictionaries. I am looking forward in helping you with any aspects of improving on your Russian language skills.
I have been living in the United States for the last 20 years. Back in St. Petersburg, Russia, I worked as a research engineer and English interpreter specializing in the areas of technology and finance. I am also familiar with the
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