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Stephen S.
65/hour

Reading comprehension, fluency, and vocabulary tutor

I taught reading comprehension to at-risk teens as part of a social studies curriculum, and tutored SAT Reading (along with Math). My first publishing work was in K-12 test development, requiring strong understanding of how to assess... read more

65/hour
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352 hours tutoring
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I taught reading comprehension to at-risk teens as part of a social studies curriculum, and tutored SAT Reading (along with Math). My first publishing work was in K-12 test development, requiring strong understanding of how to assess... read more

Judy V.
70/hour

UBE Bar Exam, French, ESL, Job Interview Preparation, LSAT, and SAT

I am a licensed attorney who attended law school at the Sorbonne University, Paris, and practiced in Belgium before moving to North Carolina, where I have been practicing since 2003. I am also licensed to practice in the United Kingdom. I have... read more

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I am a licensed attorney who attended law school at the Sorbonne University, Paris, and practiced in Belgium before moving to North Carolina, where I have been practicing since 2003. I am also licensed to practice in the United Kingdom. I have... read more

Tim C.
46/hour

Succeed in K-12 Reading/Writing/SAT/ACT/TOEFL/IELTS & CBEST

I have been teaching students how to learn, retain and use vocabulary as part of ESL studies for the past 25 years. Acquiring vocabulary is essential if students are to express themselves adequately and competently in another... read more

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4,681 hours tutoring
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I have been teaching students how to learn, retain and use vocabulary as part of ESL studies for the past 25 years. Acquiring vocabulary is essential if students are to express themselves adequately and competently in another... read more

John A.
65/hour

Harvard History Major With 12 US Patents And 15+ Years of Tutoring

My approach to building vocabulary is multidimensional and root based. My students improve their reading ability as they learn the words. The words are taught in groups involving a common root. My approach greatly enhances general... read more

65/hour
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2,163 hours tutoring
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My approach to building vocabulary is multidimensional and root based. My students improve their reading ability as they learn the words. The words are taught in groups involving a common root. My approach greatly enhances general... read more

Anna K.
60/hour

Experienced AP US HISTORY TUTOR

With 15 years of experience teaching high school students AP US History at a Massachusetts high school, and a total of 23 years of teaching honors and college prep level courses in World History, US History, Psychology and Economics, I am excited... read more

60/hour
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149 hours tutoring
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With 15 years of experience teaching high school students AP US History at a Massachusetts high school, and a total of 23 years of teaching honors and college prep level courses in World History, US History, Psychology and Economics, I am excited... read more

Nancy J.
84/hour

Vibrant Vocabulary Tutor

Using just the right one makes such a difference in how a person is perceived either verbally or in writing! When I was a kid I would look up words I was unfamiliar with, which helped me build a robust vocabulary. I was also an English Lit... read more

84/hour
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442 hours tutoring
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Using just the right one makes such a difference in how a person is perceived either verbally or in writing! When I was a kid I would look up words I was unfamiliar with, which helped me build a robust vocabulary. I was also an English Lit... read more

Annie A.
125/hour

Experienced writer with high scores on SAT/ACT/GRE reading/writing

I love expanding my vocabulary! I've really enjoyed learning new vocabulary in school and in preparation for standardized tests like the SAT and GRE. I also have experience translating my expertise to helping students improve... read more

125/hour
5.0 (159)
305 hours tutoring
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I love expanding my vocabulary! I've really enjoyed learning new vocabulary in school and in preparation for standardized tests like the SAT and GRE. I also have experience translating my expertise to helping students improve... read more

Robert R.
80/hour

Professional Screenwriter available as writing tutor

I am the screenwriter behind animated feature films like The Nut Job and Disney's Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning. I have written projects for major studios like Paramount, Universal, Fox, Warner Bros., and Disney. I have also written projects... read more

80/hour
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348 hours tutoring
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I am the screenwriter behind animated feature films like The Nut Job and Disney's Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning. I have written projects for major studios like Paramount, Universal, Fox, Warner Bros., and Disney. I have also written projects... read more

Larissa C.
50/hour

Experienced Bilingual Elementary, High- School & College tutor

Hello everyone, I graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University in 2017. I was a Psychology major because I love helping others, understanding them and helping them understand the world around them. In college, I helped tutor my peers in... read more

50/hour
4.9 (262)
1,005 hours tutoring
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Hello everyone, I graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University in 2017. I was a Psychology major because I love helping others, understanding them and helping them understand the world around them. In college, I helped tutor my peers in... read more

Nathan G.
39/hour

Dedicated English Vocabulary Scholar and TESOL Tutor

I am frequently called upon to provide English vocabulary assistance to my ESL students. I usually demonstrate how I use an online ESL dictionary in conjunction with a complimentary thesaurus to expose recognizable synonyms during each new... read more

39/hour
5.0 (1094)
4,547 hours tutoring
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I am frequently called upon to provide English vocabulary assistance to my ESL students. I usually demonstrate how I use an online ESL dictionary in conjunction with a complimentary thesaurus to expose recognizable synonyms during each new... read more

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How would you define Vocabulary in your own words?
Vocabulary is knowing how to use the best possible words in the best possible order to create a strong emotion in a reader or to plant the seeds of a powerful idea. Students must learn a wide and varied amount of vocabulary because it will improve their overall reading, writing, and thinking... read more
Vocabulary is knowing how to use the best possible words in the best possible order to create a strong emotion in a reader or to plant the seeds of... read more
David M.

David M. answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Vocabulary in your own words?
Having a great vocabulary means having the right words at the right time, on the tip of your tongue exactly when you need them. This applies to expressing yourself most satisfactorily when writing or understanding all of what you are reading. It is also crucial in any conversation of emotion and... read more
Having a great vocabulary means having the right words at the right time, on the tip of your tongue exactly when you need them. This applies to... read more
Answered • 03/28/18

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How would you define Vocabulary in your own words?
“My dear, a rich vocabulary is the true hallmark of every intellectual person," cries Auntie Mame, the eponymous heroine of Patrick Dennis's bestseller about somebody's rich and nutty aunt. Epony-who? That means the book is called Auntie Mame, and so is the main character. Aunti Mame's solution... read more
“My dear, a rich vocabulary is the true hallmark of every intellectual person," cries Auntie Mame, the eponymous heroine of Patrick Dennis's... read more
Karen C.

Karen C. answered • 03/17/18

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How would you define Vocabulary in your own words?
Having a strong vocabulary does not mean knowing lots of fancy words that merely replace ordinary words in order to impress your teacher. Someone with a strong vocabulary not only has a large lexicon but also understands when and where to use various words. Everything from the political and... read more
Having a strong vocabulary does not mean knowing lots of fancy words that merely replace ordinary words in order to impress your teacher. Someone... read more
Answered • 06/17/18