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Brigham Young University (Finance)
My name is Josh. I have a lot of experience in learning and teaching languages. I took college Spanish and Arabic. I am a BYU undergrad student.
In the summer of 2013 I moved to Thailand to learn Thai and to teach. I have had a lot of success with many students all over the country of Thailand. After teaching in Thailand for over a year, I moved to Myanmar to learn Burmese and teach English there as well. I have a lot of experience at teaching English as a second language to people of all skill levels. Apart from teaching English, I also worked for LDSC as a NGO instructor in Myanmar and as a service volunteer. I speak fluent Thai and Burmese with adequate Laotion language capability.
What makes me an outstanding ESL/ESOL tutor is that I have a lot of success at teaching in an interesting way. In Myanmar I brought our program from 50 students to 200 and was able to provide each student with a fun and worthwhile experience.
I have taught Thai to English students and I have taught English to Thai students. I study Thai everyday and have an extensive amount of Thai resources.
I have trained only a few people but all have had an increase in skill. Two of the people I tutored made the High School basketball team as Freshmen and the other one is still young.
I truly believe that language is the key to new opportunities and experiences. I want to help you find these new opportunities and experiences. My name is Josh. I have a lot of experience in learning and teaching languages. I took college Spanish and Arabic. I am a BYU undergrad student.
In the summer of 2013 I moved to Thailand to learn Thai and to teach. I have
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