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Es un sitio web muy útil para los aspirantes. En este momento, hay muchos Venezolanos ofreciendo lecciones por un precio baratísimo debido a su situación económica, tanto que me siento un poco mal pagar tan poco. Tambien hay filtros de precio, de país, y de disponabilidad.
If you google it, a lot of places offer group sessions or individual sessions online. I just picked preply.com because it let you pick a tutor based on cost, reviews, schedules, and other things. You can pay per lesson instead of a membership and pick from the tutor's schedule when you want the lesson each week instead of a set weekly day/time. I liked that because I need it to be flexible due to having 2 small children, a MIL with dementia who lives with us, and a part-time job. It has word lists and lessons available, too. I start on Tuesday and am excited!
You may consider teaching English, as any native speaker is valued. Even if speaking practice is the only thing you can propose - you'll likely have some clients. Register at https://preply.com or some similar site, make your rate like three times lower than average, and that should do. You also may be useful at some offline courses (a lot of them are opening now), as looks like live communication is more preferred for you.
I would suggest online tutoring. If you're earning EUR/USD then it's very inexpensive hourly rates, and you'll learn from home over video call. This sort of 1-on-1 with experienced tutors will give you the best/fastest learning experience because it will be focused on your specific needs and trouble-areas.
The tutor should be able to suggest a standardized course booklet to follow and practice on your own time between sessions.
I used Duolingo to learn Spanish, and after completing the course and practicing on my own, I still have large knowledge-gaps. So you could start that way with the Duolingo Polish course, it will give you a decent introduction, but then I still suggest to follow-up with tutoring.
The issue with just doing the Duolingo course is it takes a very long time to complete, and you have no certainty until the end where your pain-spots are. And you could be accumulating bad patterns along the way, which will be difficult to unlearn later.
You could be wasting a lot of time, in the range of months and years wasted, instead of learning effectively.
So really, if you can afford US$20/hr you should look at the live tutoring. There are less and more expensive options available.
I study languages as a hobby so I have some background there. Lived in a few different countries and am moving to Europe soon. Right now I'm in the same boat as you. I am 30, have a lot of Hungarian ancestry, and am now just learning Hungarian to apply for citizenship.
I have to say that Pimsleur is great for practicing speaking and pronunciation. I have used it for both Hungarian and Russian. Pimsleur alone isn't enough to learn a language though. You also need lessons with Hungarian language teachers, some way to study vocabulary, and some way to immerse yourself in the language.
For lessons, I started on https://preply.com/en/lessons and found some tutors that I like. They are marginally expensive, but worth every penny in terms of amount of learning crammed into one hour. DM me for my recommendations on specific tutors. You need these interactions to practice speaking and to have someone "work out" your brain.
For learning vocabulary, I suggest looking into making anki flashcards, and how to do it properly with cloze deletions, et cetera. There are a ton of resources out there for how to study vocab effectively with anki.
For listening, watch as many youtube videos in Hungarian as you can. Subscribe to r/hungary and try to figure out people's conversations. Watch Hungarian movies.
Take classes at a local community college. Find local hungarian language partners on craigslist. et cetera.
There is no single solution to learning a language - you need to approach listening, reading, writing, and speaking from multiple angles consistently over time to improve. Good luck!
If I was you, I would pay for a tutor so you could have a profissional teach you and then slowly start using more and more Portuguese with your wife. I've been doing a similar thing with my girlfriend and it works great!
If you need a recommendation on a teacher, my teacher is great! I pay about €10 an hour
Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't realize that you were so unfamiliar with English. Bless your heart. Let me help. To "stifle" means to suppress or subdue. In this context, the term is often associated with anti-competitive business practices that established businesses take against emerging or "burgeoning" businesses. "Beat", on the other hand, means to outpace or outperform.
Here's a link that might help you in your studies:
If you have a grasp of Spanish it should be easy for you to get the way sentences are created and some vocabulary. Found some tutors for you
Btw my family is from Panciu as well. Quite a lovely place, wine country. If your grandparents live there the language has some Moldovan words and accent, maybe would be cool to find a tutor from Moldova region
Hi all, just started my side hustle teaching ESL students on how to improve their presentation skills on Preply.com. I have three students now, I work roughly 3 hours a week on it and will have my first month of hitting $150 in revenue. Looking to potentially spin this off into online coaching.
Here’s a good resource.
I tried to find the most current one I could. I hope you can stump your little sisters with something! :)
iTalki has 50 Czech tutors, some of which will use the communicative approach. These are one-on-one lessons, but they are much more flexible than a traditional language school. When you join you get 3 30 minute trial lessons, which allows you to try out different tutors for free or at a heavily discounted rate. It might be worth giving some tutors on there a go. Preply and Verbling also have some Czech tutors, but they'll have different promotions for new sign ups.
I'm in the same situation! My father is a Portugal native but my mother is not although she learned the language after marrying. I always think about how my parents never taught me! It's been really hard since I visit Portugal every year and my whole family is there and I'm not able to truly speak to them. I went through a little Portuguese breakdown earlier this year: Looking through books, trying several different apps, watching YouTube videos, etc....
It all depends on what kind of learner are you. Personally, I need to be pushed or supervised in order to do something (If I just start reading some Portuguese grammar book there's a very good chance I won't finish it). What I've done is something I secretly scold my parents for not doing... I got lessons twice a week. It's great and affordable! ($20/hr) My teacher is from Sintra and the lessons are very fun and I've learned so much. Although I'm nowhere near fluency, next time I am able to go back to Portugal, I will definitely be more confident in my listening and speaking skills.
Like you, I have grown up listening to Portuguese conversations, Portuguese TV, and Portuguese culture. I feel like if you have that background as do I, lessons will help immensely and the mix of your knowledge gives you a boost. I found my tutor that I love on Preply.com. Also, if you're in need of a translator, use DeepL instead of Google because deepL offers European Portuguese (unlike literally every site ever haha)
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I just provided you with 2 people arguing he is a shit writer. their opinion is as valid as yours oh reddit god. Thus the point can be argued. Arguably.
As fun as this was though heres something that can help you more than I can at this point. https://preply.com/en/wizard-portrait?subject=English%20language&alias=english&source=LANDING&url_skip=//preply.com/en/skype/english-tutors
Good luck in your quest to gain reading comprehension. I hope it opens more books to you.
How old are you man? It'll definitely be easier to pick up if you understand it already. I brushed up on my Punjabi with a tutor online from preply. We just talk in Punjabi every week for a couple of hours about phrasing, grammar, etc. My Punjabi really deteriorated since I was young and growing up in the States, but this has really helped me improve. I didn't check if that have Gujarati tutors but they have Punjabi and Hindi so I'm guessing they do. The website is called Preply really cool.
I think there was a German course by Goethe Institute for doctors. Not sure if it is available online though.
For individual courses you can also check out Preply.
Edit: Yep, there is one, although you need B2 for it. 45 minutes 5/7 for 4 weeks. Click!
They (Goethe.de) also offer online courses. Click!
They should under no circumstances be killing your spirit like this. They picked the wrong profession and feel free to stand up to them and tell them that! That a student (don't take this the wrong way) who is still a kid speaks up against them will be something they won't have experienced before and won't be expecting. So pay it back, tell them their own worthlessness, don't mince words and don't be shy about it. If you are, then at the very, very least report them.
If you do feel like taking grinds on tricky topics to get a better grip/master it, then try preply.com where you can get college students to help you for one-off lessons.
Have you tried preply? There's some math tutors from pakistan from 4-10 pound an hour. I've been taking those tutors lessons for about a week now. And it's really good. You can refund the first trial lesson too if you don't like the lesson.
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I'd say you try preply's 1-1 online tutoring, the lessons are pretty cheap at lowest it's 20 pound an hour. But keep in mind you can refund the trial lesson you take if you don't like it.
Use my referral link: https://preply.com/en/?pref=Mzc1ODQ3Mw==
It's 70% off on first trial lesson for anyone that refers you. If you don't like that tutor, refund, open new account again with referral and try a different tutor.
Similar to my experience in learning German. Got up to B2.1 but never had confidence to speak beyond A2.1. I also live in Berlin for 7+ years where Germans switch to English if they hear your native English.
I'm motivating myself now to speak / listen and hear it everyday. I find Preply / iTalki websites great for speaking in tandem. Also so many podcasts in German that helps so much in picking up how people actually talk Gemischtes Hack
I'm teaching my wife how to tutor on camera. I'm totally done, but she is ready to start doing it now. It's amazing how easy I make it look and how hard it is to learn.
Bao teaching is going, but tutoring online in general is definitely just getting started. It's still a good time to broaden your horrizons, but...check this guy out? https://preply.com/en/tutor/18692/
Think you could make a better intro video and get a piece of the pie too? Teaching online doesn't have to go away yet...
Have you tried Kijiji/Facebook? A friend's mom was Hindi teacher in India and she taught kids Hindi at her home here. She also volunteered at local temple teaching Hindi. Found this with quick google search:
I reccomend checking out theLanguage Transfer podcast's Spanish course. When I did it, I limited myself to three lessons per day, but repeated each one four times throughout the day, usually while taking a walk or something similar. It really helped me with understanding the grammar and structure and overall feel of the language.
Recently, I've been focusing on watching and listening to Spanish content as my comprehension in those areas was weak and I have noticed improvement and less mental "lag" when trying to listen to someone talk.
I also began taking conversational practice lessons with tutors on iTalki and Preply, as tutors for Spanish are very cheap. These definitely helped me gain more confidence in speaking and I've seen great improvement when it comes to just "naturally" talking and not thinking too much or overcomplicating things. If you're interested in trying those sites out, I'd be willing to invite you with my own user link (every user has one) to get you some benefits when you take your first lesson (free $10 credits on iTalki and 70% discount on Preply. I embedded the links above).
I'm in a similar situation as you (freshman in high school) and I would definitely love to help you out with the start of your personal language learning journey. ¡Ciao!
I am in California.
I did work on accent modification in grad school with a doctoral graduate student from India who was quite intelligible to me, who said that he was at a conference in the Midwest and that there were people who had a hard time understanding him.
Keep working on it. Find the specific things that differentiate you accent and work on those. I know people who have put in the time and now sound almost perfectly native. There are people in grad school clinics who will work on these things without charging. Also you could try Preply.com for a relativley inexpensive option. Just put American English accent in the search bar.
My tutor is truly amazing. She has this fantastic balance to making me do things I don’t want to do (because if it were up to me, I’d only ever talk about my cats haha) and adapting to my needs. She’s super friendly and never makes me feel bad or stupid for forgetting things.
https://preply.com/en/?pref=MTEwOTg3OA== (this is a discount code, feel free to use it!)
Chinese was the most difficult language for me to learn because the pronunciation in this language really matters very much because there is an insane number of different words that are read the same at first glance. I advise you to read the article on this page to learn some basics of the spoken language.
Duolingo has done a lot for me.I think that this service is very much underestimated. However, there are not a few disadvantages, to be completely frank. Very little theoretical knowledge, especially in grammar. I had to find tutors for myself separately at preply.com to somehow make up for the lost knowledge. But all the same, I want to sincerely congratulate you on completing the course! And also thank the team of this site for their efforts and help!
If you want something with a teacher, look at Preply or iTalki.
If you are looking for something more self study, I don't know if anything for European Portuguese.
Have you tried online tutoring lessons for either on places like iTalki or Preply? I know there are a ton of French tutors on both platforms so you there's definitely a lot of flexibility. Not sure how popular Arabic is on these sites, but I always feel it's worth a try.
You can get someone with or currently studying for a PhD for $10-$50 an hour for a one-on-one consultation with you. Even schedule weekly or fortnightly ones, or just when you need help.
I'm doing artificial intelligence/computer science myself atm and this works great. The video is great as you get to see whether you can understand the tutor before you hire them.
Have you ever tried to get informal online tutoring? Your level seems good but maybe getting practice with a speaker that can make good corrections and help you with vocab would be helpful. Due to its popularity, English can be really cheap. I would check out Preply or iTalki.
¡Te entiendo! A mi también me gusta aprender. Deberías averiguar el sitio web de Preply.com con tutores de idiomas a todos precios. Hay también un sitio o aplicación que se llama Tandem y la gente hace intercambios de idiomas y es gratuito.
Try preply.com. You can get an online tutor - look for someone from a French speaking developing country (e.g. in West Africa). My Indonesian tutor from Jakarta charges $9 an hour and she's great.
Good Question. "He will learn Russian" seems to make more Sense than "He would learn Russian." Both, However, Are Acceptable and "Would Learn" is more commonly Used.
This is Actually such a good question Even I wondered if "Would Learn Russian" is Technically Proper Grammar or not. (Because no one uses proper grammar) and found this Will vs Would: Learn The Difference Between Will and Would (preply.com)
start with darajat, it has amazing reviews. when your kids are a little bit older (and can sit through a 30 minute session in front of a computer), you should consider hiring a teacher one or two times per week to just speak with them.
You can do that through online teaching, find a teacher on
Pick a lebanese teacher and make sure to tell them the lessons are for children. It won't be expensive and it will help them a lot, specially if you found someone with experience teaching children.
That comes a little bit later though, your kids are still young so darajat is the way to go now
I avoid all the frustration and wasted time of language partners by just paying.
There are lots of community tutors for $4/hour on iTalki. If this is too much, on Preply you can find conversation partners for $2/hour.
Regarding traveling, you are correct, immersion is probably the best approach. However, a combination of iTalki + YouTube gets most of the value for a fraction of the cost and none of the risk.
Can I ask what other languages are you able to communicate in other than English?
For just picking up the language the most important thing would be volcabulary. Start by learning the script and reading some basic words. You can find Udemy courses under $20. Start with YouTube before anything. If you can afford tutoring that'd be the easiest.
From there if you watch any subbed Pakistani TV dramas or movies they usually are in Urdu. Indian movies can be as well but they have more variety in language. You want to try to practice dialogue by yourself or others. Find learning groups on discord, whatsapp, fb, etc. Practice together and try to hold a conversation.
Below are some Urdu tutors I found online with reviews, feel free to take a look.
Interesting, after some comments, started looking around the internet and I see online philosophy teachers are a thing. Just need a way to practice oral argument/discussion with peers ... 🤔
Looking at the World, learning English is an average 20% boost in wages world-wide. That is the power of a lingua franca. But when you look at Morocco specifically, French is one of two languages for business and government, so it's French that you must learn for the wage boost.
But if you want to stick with English, try and see if teaching Darija to English speakers garners any interest on preply.com or italki.
Also, when covid is over and the tourists are back, maybe tours in English, but it is super competitive.
This site was helpful with grammar and Turkish Tea Time has a lot of useful information as well. If you have a few extra bucks for tutors, then this site may be useful.
You could use a tutor/pupil matchup site.
I use preply.com but there's lots of other ones. You can look at the tutors, pick one at your pricepoint and schedule a test lesson, then later buy lessons and pick which free schedule slots suit you.
I found the price of the tutor isn't always a direct indicator of quality - even the cheapest tutors might actually be really handy to chat to for an hour, and it might just be they live in a really cheap part of the world or are a new tutor.
I wouldn't give up the app however as I think it is really handy to use an app in between as the repetition helps you build up vocab that you need for face to face conversation. If you don't get on with one app, try another as they nearly all have a free tier. I like Mondly when I want just a lightweight flashcard-ish app with an immediately accessible word store and the voice is really clear rather than a text to speech engine.
You might also find that as you learn you switch between apps as they become better suited for the learning stage you are at.
My wife uses it to stay current in French. The connection is via Skype. You can be an absolute beginner to learn any language and pricing is super reasonable - French starting at $12 per hour. We are quite happy with it.
Ok, so choosing a vocal coach/instructor is kind of a personal choice depending on your goals in singing.
If you are wanting to sing contemporary music then it would be wise to find a teacher who teaches this style rather than finding a teacher who instructs classical methods (and vice versa)
You also want to vet your instructor (anyone can claim to be an instructor). Look at their qualifications and experience. Try to hear their voice first as well as the voices of their students. I don't want to learn from anyone who can't actually demonstrate the methods they are teaching with their own voice.
Google around for "Skype Singing Lessons" and you will find a lot of options. A lot of instructors just have their own websites but there are other websites which instructors can post to like:
Don't worry about katakana for a while.
I still don't really know it and I'm doing just fine (as a begineer)
Really don't worry about Kanji until you have a good amount of vocab.
Also get a tutor, preply.com is great. If you need a recomendation this guy is great; https://preply.com/en/tutor/23717/
> do you think my sometimes inaccurate mispronunciation might threaten my language skills in the end?
As someone who tried the learn vocab and grammar first approach, by learning without a tutor (Youtube videos, duolingo, books and course packs), I have no doubt that your ability to communicate will be very poor unless you have someone who can help you with the speaking and listening. It is absolutely nothing like the other (non-tonal) languages I have learned.
If I could have my time over again, I would have started getting Skype vietnamese lessons (eg https://www.tiengvietoi.com/regular-classes , using https://preply.com/ etc).
I would have also gotten my motorbike license. It's true many people learn to ride in Vietnam, but traffic here is often just complete mayhem.
I’m not familiar with it, but I just got a Skype message today that a Mexican tutor that I really like just moved over to Preply. Her name is Giselle and I can personally recommend her.
I usually use iTalki these days, so I will have to sign up for Preply now as well to take classes with her. I don’t know quite how it works there, but I think you just pay directly for the classes. If so, I like that better than the whole “credits” thing.
Eu faço, sendo que com o tempo até chegar ao ponto de "estou fluente"? quanto tempo de estudo? Hi, i can help, if you help me out? here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381. Ele é usado, também, para formar a interrogação, será o verbo "to be". Então o auxiliar, para formar as interrogativas e negativas.
Porqué tomas el metro si puedes pagar un taxi. I hate duo lingo, useless. Go to preply and sign up for a tutor. Read modern books like Harry Potter in Spanish with them. Mine is Arianny https://preply.com/es/?pref=Mjc0NDgyNA==
Como eu disse, o mais importante seria entender o significado do que está sendo bom para a cabeça, respirar um pouco. Hi, i can help, if you help me out? here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381.
Hi, i can help, if you help me out? here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381. Em um mês vc adquire um bom conhecimento do português facilita demais o aprendizado do idioma e à maneira com ele é falado.
Eu normalmente gosto de pegar um livro de gramática (*esses livros de gramática intercalado com objetivo de melhorar a escrita. Isso de não entender rolava no começo, mas você vai começar a se virar com o inglês. Sim, acostumar os ouvidos com o idioma original, mas ( se você não tentar se comunicar, falar, escrever. Hi, i can help, if you help me out? here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381.
One on one Turkish conversation is quite inexpensive on Preply. I'd suggest loading up on as many classes as you have time/money for. Look:
I’m not denying the homeland security numbers, I’m simply saying that they don’t capture all the white suprematists because it’s a belief system. Homeland security would have to have Stasi like power to have any accurate idea of what people believe.
Also I’m British and here it’s spelt organisation lmao
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Additionally, best is to go in the Gulf and join a good institute and practice in person. Let me know what is your level and what Arabic studies have you done so far, and I could make some suggestions
I highly recommend "preply.com". My English tutor has a masters degree in English and I pay $14 an hour. All you require is a webcam, microphone and computer. Don't pay for a cheap tutor, pay a little bit more, otherwise, you just get some guy in India or wherever who doesn't have a degree.
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Although I prefer being alone realise many prefer company.
So, would advise just talking to people/your friends. Saying you "feel" they don't want to hear from you and them actually saying they don't want to hear from you are very different things.
Here are links for small talk topics, something you could potentially expand upon given you have a desire for company and conversation. As others have noted it can be a difficult struggle engaging in small talk or general conversation however better to have tried, then never to try at all and remain in perpetual loneliness.
There is other material online such as being unable to talk, make friends, know what to say etc are questions asked by millions and thankfully can obtain understanding and direction with a few clicks. It'll not solve everything but may provide tools to aid you on your journey.
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Hi, i can help, if you help me out? here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381. Tô pra começar um curso de chinês, não sei se é isso que te impede de falar com fluência. E se tem algo que você não pode aprender um (ou dois) idiomas também.
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You can try https://preply.com/en/online/japanese-tutors
Lots of tutors there with their own style of teaching and they offer 1 on1 tutoring with 1 hour sessions. I'm sure they'd be ok with you having your camera off as they are very accommodation. They charge per hour and have their availability displayed on their profiles. The site itself is great to use and creates a nice and convenient way to schedule sessions around your schedule. You can directly message them and ask if they'd be ok with you not being on camera and other things like what's part of their teaching materials until you find what you are looking for. Some tutors are more geared towards professional Japanese in a business setting while others are teaching more just everyday conversational Japanese. I've taken some classes there before and it's quite nice and you can just stop any time and resume any time.
My teacher is lovely! I can’t recommend her enough. She’s patient and kind, she has access to really good resources. And (I know it might be a bit vain to say this, but it’s true) she’s super easy to impress! Every time I remember a character without pinyin she’s like “WOW!! Good job!” It’s very motivating.
And a discount code if you want
O Duolingo é bom pra relaxar, manter a prática em pequenos intervalos, no ponto de ônibus, na fila do banco...). Hi, i can help, if you help me out? here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381. São 2 textos, um obrigatório e um que você pode começar "treinando o ouvido" começa a assistir com legendas em inglês.
Maybe italkior Preply or other online language learning platforms?
Outra coisa que pode te ajudar de algo, mas há um curso de inglês e também trabalho com aulas online pelo Discord. Hi, i can help, if you help me out? here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381.
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Oh no I’m happy to share, I don’t think he’d mind haha. His link is https://preply.com/en/tutor/312693
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A recent study found that the majority of people who use the word 'woke' are boomers complaining about it. I've heard it far more from RWNJs than anybody else.
No they didn’t keep feeding yourself lies.
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Ah yes because the Greeks knew about protons and neutrons! They definitely knew the Big Bang theory. Who said I’m denying Islam is an abrahamic religion? You said the entire Quran was copied or stolen words , I never said those of other prophets were stolen.
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If you need help preparing for your IELTS speaking exam, hit me up and I can help you in your exam preparation. I teach IELTS at university level & I'm sure I can help you out 👌
“I hope to see you again” is the best way to write that.
However, assuming it’s a true fill in the blank scenario, you must include the will because without it the sentence is present tense. Will is an auxiliary verb that must be included as it describes the action in the future.
Here is a resource that will help you understand modal verbs: https://preply.com/en/blog/how-to-use-will-and-would-in-english/
Can you imagine the US banning Chinese citizens as tutors? We would be stupid to do so. https://preply.com/en/online/chinese-tutors
Xi's edict just made 250k foreign tutors lose their jobs. All these crazy edicts in a bid for Xi to maintain control!
Give https://preply.com/ a try. Find the best online language tutors and learn to speak confidently.
I have no personal experience with it, but one of my coachees uses it (for German) and is very happy.
try preply, you get 70% off your first trial lesson with this link: https://preply.com/en/?pref=Mzc1ODQ3Mw== and the prices range from like 5-15 pound. You can refund the ifrst lesson too if you dont like the teacher. I've given u a link for the python tutors: https://preply.com/en/online/python-tutors?page=6&sort=price\_lowest
In my opinion, you should probably try preply, i just had a look and you can get like really experienced tutors for like 4-6pound. And the trial lessons are like 70% off too with the referral link https://preply.com/en/?pref=Mzc1ODQ3Mw==
U can refund those for free if u dont like the lesson and just make a new account and again with the link to try other tutors.
have u tried like preply tho? just checked and theres prices from natives at even 3-6 pound an hour. U can get like 70% off the first trial lesson with this referral link: https://preply.com/en/?pref=Mzc1ODQ3Mw==
And i think u can refund it if you dont like the lesson too. It's way cheaper if ur thinking of finding a new tutor. And you can just keep making different preply accounts if u wanna trial different tutors at 70% off.
Have you ever considered online tutoring? its like pretty cheap compared to going in person on websites like preply with around 3-6 pound a lesson. I've tried using it for a while and it's really good imo cus it saves on the lesson time. u can try like trial lessons for 70% off too on the first lesson. Just find them in the (subject area) https://preply.com/en/?pref=Mzc1ODQ3Mw==
You could try preply, they typically charge around 4 - 6 pound an hour. It's like one of the cheapest tuition sites out there, so it'd be good if u find the other links too expensive. heres like a referral link that gives u 70% off ur first lesson, u can try one of those polish tutors. https://preply.com/en/?pref=Mzc1ODQ3Mw==
Bom, talvez seja interessante começar a dar aulas via essas plataformas que conectam alunos e professores. E se vc não se adaptar com esse modelo, no mínimo serviu para ganhar experiência ensinado inglês, o que deve contar pontos em cursos maiores.
Eu uso a https://preply.com/ ... se vc se cadastrar como instrutor lá, me avisa que eu já agendo umas aulas contigo para iniciar rs
Hi ! I have been teaching Portuguese online for a few months now through Preply. Now I am interested in Superprof but I don't have any recommendations still. Can you help me out?
here is my superprof profile : https://www.superprof.pt/ola-come-practice-your-portuguese-with-have-experience-teaching-portuguese-second-language-and-promise-lot-fun.html
here is my Preply profile : https://preply.com/en/tutor/1275381
I am prepping for inburgering exams via Preply, finding the teacher and booking a lesson. The prices are quite ok, somewhere from 8-16 euros per private lesson. What we do is we take those public samples for prep, and going through answers and discussing those. Also, you can just state that you want to practise speaking part. Didn't want to take a group lesson, because of the commute and etc. It is just easier like this :)
Perhaps. I suspect it varies depending on experience, area of expertise, and various other factors. If folks have a range, I would be happy to learn more.
The preply.com website has various Japanese nationals ranging from 800-5000 jpy per hour for their services.
I don’t know if it works with your style/resources, but I really recommend my teacher
She’s lovely and really patient. She’s already helped me so much. Also feel free to use my discount code
I’d like to recommend my old teacher! I’ve quit Greek, it just wasn’t the language for me. But she was exceptionally kind, patient and understanding.
Her profile is https://preply.com/en/tutor/1036587
And you can use my discount code if you want
Bueno, si quieres agregar valor profesional lo más común es hacer un examen de Cambridge, dado que otros exámenes como Trinity y EOI no se reconocen en todos los países (aunque se cree que al menos Trinity es más fácil que Cambridge.) Dicho eso, si quieres realizar una oposición el examen de la EOI te suele dar más puntos.
Hay un montón de academias que hacen Cambridge pero es difícil saber cuales son buenas y cuales son malas. (No vivo en Valencia, por eso no te puedo recomendar una especifica.) Lo mejor sería buscarte unas que tengan buenas comentarios en internet y luego pedir una clase de prueba para ver qué tal.
También hay muchos profesores particulares que ofrecen clases en internet o a domicilio. (De hecho es lo que hago yo actualmente, pero no te preocupes, no vengo aquí para vender mis clases.) La ventaja es que son clases que se ajustan a tu medida, o sea, si necesitas fijarte en el Writing y no en el Listening no tienen por que pasar mucho tiempo con el listening. La desventaja es que suelen ser más caros.
Sitios dónde puedes encontrar profesores:
verbling.com (no conozco muy bien este sitio)
Hace bastante trabajé con Classgap y lo bueno es que normalmente hay comentarios de los alumnos valorando al profesor y muchos tienen vídeos dónde se puede escuchar su acento y darte una idea de como es el profe.
Bueno, si tienes más preguntas dime y te intentaré ayudar.
You may want to try this tutor -- she is on Preply platform. She used to work at Alliance Française and has helped students prepared for the DELF exams. Her rate is USD 12 per hour. That is her rate for the trial lesson and the regular lessons.
If you prefer someone on Italki -- this Italki professional teacher provides preparation lessons for DELF.
I have taken lessons with both tutors but it is for general French, and not for DELF exam preparation.
Alright so this is what i found, not necessarily face to face teaching but might be your best bet currently
Might not be what you want but it might be the best you have so far, i recommend to look for other cheaper and /or available options that are closer to you and keep the website as a last resort, up to you and what you preference.
English courses for 5$ per hour
Ja, ich kann Ihnen einige sehr nützliche und effektive Sprachlern-Apps empfehlen. Das erste war zum Beispiel Coursera.org, aber nachdem ich merkte, dass ich nicht genug theoretische Kenntnisse in der Grammatik hatte, stieß ich zufällig auf preply.com und in wenigen Monaten konnte ich dank ihm mein Grammatik und mehr!
I googles "spanish classes nyc" and a ton of places came up. One ad said online one-on-one lessons for $5 an hour! I clocked on it and sorted by price. Some of the tutors are offering lessons for $2 an hour. https://preply.com/en/online/spanish-tutors?sort=price\_lowest
I can recommend preply.com. I'm doing a weekly one-on-one with my coach for one hour. $20. I'm studying Japanese but they have Thai coaches too. You pick a coach based on their video intros.
Just started learning Korean last year and new to this community - so many great tips here! I am usually horrible with languages but as some of the others have said, taking online tutoring really helps. I tried out a few platforms but found Preply to be the cheapest. The hard part is finding a good tutor since their hourly rate is either too high or they don't speak English well. I must have tried 5 different ones, but finally found a really good one (quite cheap too - maybe because she is new to the platform). I have been taking 1-2 lessons a week for the past few months and it has really helped me to understand speech much better, boost my vocabulary, and form decent sentences - mainly just from repetition and having the tutor break things down for me to a grade-school level =D
Anyway, just wanted to say - don't give up! You just need to find out what works for you. 1 hour a week of speaking to an actual native Korean speaker doesn't sound like a lot, but it worked wonders for me. Not sure what the rules are here for posting links, but here is her page if you are interested: https://preply.com/en/tutor/1023898/. Good luck!