Trusted teacher: Hi! Do you want to learn Korean ?. As I lived 4 years in South Korea, learning the language and teaching Spanish and English, I have a lot of experience in the process of learning and teaching a new language, especially if it is very different from your mother tongue. I have 5 years of experience teaching Korean at A1 and A2 level in a practical, entertaining and patient way. Having learned in Korea from scratch up to a B2 level (TOPIK 4) helps me teach both the language and the Korean culture, knowing the difficulties you may encounter. I provide you with all the necessary material for the classes, digitally and available for printing. I also offer my students homework activities so that, to the best of their ability, they practice on their own and advance as much as possible. Thus, for the price of one hour of class, you would have two hours of study.
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Hello lovely people! My name is Seulki and I’m from South Korea. I majored in English Literature before and currently, I’m living in London. Since my first major was Japanese, if anyone is interested in learning Japanese, I can teach you some basic grammar or vocabulary while teaching Korean! 😊 I am a person who is very enthusiastic about learning a language and I know that the most important thing for learning a new language is to meet a nice teacher or to find an effective way from which you will never get bored or get stressed out for your new enjoyable challenge! I love music and I love reading, and I’m sure those are the best and fun ways to approach learning a new language by analyzing the grammar structure, translating them, and finding new ways of expressing words! I am sure that if you want to have a high level of speaking Korean or improve this language to the point that you will not get any difficulty to express your thoughts, emotions it is very important that you have to get used to and feel comfortable to write what you want to say in the language. So, I am here for those who think that what I mentioned just above is important. But also, I’m a quite flexible person so if you have any suggestion, I will follow the ways which you think they might suit you. (+ About me : *Politeness, consideration for other people and mutual respect are very important to build a beautiful relationship and to live in symbiosis.* I am a very polite and caring person but also friendly, easy to talk to, and funny! Feel free to request anything you want! Any questions about Korean will be welcome anytime! )
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[ Lesson Structure ] - One hour lesson covers one to three conversation topics. - Conversation topics are discussed 2-3 days before class. - Usually, the first 5 minutes are spent for revision of vocabulary and grammar points from the previous lesson, and the last 5 minutes for feedback. - After each lesson, a written feedback on student progress will be provided. ------> I'll do my best to tailor to the structure that YOU desire. ● Who is Esther?● - A Korean native educated in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the United States of America, and Korea - Fluent in both English and Korean - TEFL certified (120 hours completed with a focus on grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary) - I've taught beginners to advanced learners in English and Korean ● As a teacher, I am . . .● - Personable, friendly, and enthusiastic - Gentle while correcting mistakes - Attentive and tailors to student needs ● I love teaching ● - How to speak with accuracy and fluency (pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar) - How to speak like a native! ● I'd like to teach ● - Students from all level: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Unfortunately, I will not be able to teach absolute beginners. - Students with desire and willingness to improve in English and Korean oral skills. ● My Favorite Conversation Topics are . . . ● - Your choice of conversation topic! - We can talk about food, family, hobbies, school life, current affairs, etc.