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Having a private language tutor enables you to learn at the speed that suits you. Your teacher can become a coach who adapts to your learning pace, style and goals. However, if you decide to learn in a school, which can also be a very good option, depending on what you are looking for, you will have to adapt to...

Ebook coming

21/10/2017

I am currently working on an ebook that will focus on one-to-one teaching methodology as well as other aspects of starting a teaching business. A lot of language teachers feel frustrated by the lack of available materials on the internet that show you how to teach individual lessons. Everything seems to be oriented towards group methodology. This...

A lot of people wonder what language they should start to learn if they had to pick one. In order to decide, you should consider several factors such as professional usefulness, travelling possibilities or simply if you like they way it sounds. Here are some interesting statistics about languages. There is a wide range of people who would recommend...

When teaching a foreign language to a group of international students, it is always good to keep in mind that we should use words that they can understand. If you have students who speak French or Spanish in your classroom, here is a list of words that they will always understand, independently of their level and background.

My advice as a language teacher is that you spend time studying grammar rules. If you know when to use tenses such as the present perfect, the past simple and the past continuous, your spoken production will be easier to understand. If you want to avoid wasting unnecessary time and money learning endless vocabulary and conjugation lists for...

ALLER CHEZ LE MÉDECIN : EXERCICE / GOING TO THE DOCTOR: EXERCISE / IR AL MÉDICO : EJERCICIO

In this blog, you will find exercises, learning tips and other resources for learners, teachers and other professionals in the field.