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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Who am I?
I am currently employed as a German speaking financial advisor with a large bank in the area. I hold a B.A. in German Language and Culture from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have been fluent in German since 2005 when I lived in Germany. I have a long-lasting relationship with Germany that goes back as far as my junior year in high school. Additionally, I have maintained my ability to speak fluently through being involved in continued immersion experiences and other German focused organizations.
How can you learn German from me?
I am a conversation specialist. My primary focus is on a constant and continuous immersion experience. This means that all sessions will be conducted only in German to ensure that the student has the best environment to think in German and which is an effective and proven method for teaching all foreign languages. This method works best because it encourages the student to learn like a native speaker. Additionally, after having learned grammar myself, I have found great ways to simplify the often complex and tedious process of learning grammar. Students can expect a comfortable environment for them to ask questions, practice speaking and writing, and increase their overall understanding of German Language and Culture.
I look forward to meeting you!
Who am I?
I am currently employed as a German speaking financial advisor with a large bank in the area. I hold a B.A. in German Language and Culture from the University of North Carolina at Chapel
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