Ye HyunKorean language by native Korean speaker in Den Haag
I'm currently staying in the Hague, studying in the Leiden University as a second-year student. This class would be suitable for all beginner, intermediate and even advanced students. It will focus from the basic alphabet and advanced reading, writing and speaking. You can ask me specific parts you want to improve more. I have experience in the tutoring in Korea, Most of my students were satisfied with my class. My great passion for language will lead you to learn Korean better.
If you want to learn Korean, please contact me! I'm looking forward to teaching Korean to you in a fun way.
we can negotiate the detail of the Korean class (length, material, time etc)
OzumMy students will learn Turkish from a native speaker.
I am a Turkish girl moved to the Netherlands last year, currently doing my bachelor at Leiden University. If you are eager to learn it I can definitely help you! With speaking, grammar, vocabulary, etc.. Also, I can help you with your essays if you are writing about Turkey or the Turkish language.
EstherEnglish language tutoring: conversation, grammar, comprehension, proof-reading etc. for all levels and ages!
I am a Native English speaker who can help people of all levels and ages wishing to better their English language skills. I can help with both conversational and formal English, through verbal exchanges and/or exercises in spelling, grammar, and literature. I can also help with proof reading pieces of work for school or university in order to improve the grammar and cohesiveness. I am friendly and supportive and can work with people who have specific goals and people who just want to improve their English more generally.
TuanaFluent Turkish Lessons for Everyday Use From a Native Speaker
This class is for those who would like to be comfortable at the everyday use of the Turkish language. From the basic and appropriate ways of introduction to more complex discussions, I will focus on grammar and pronunciation, as well as the cultural aspect of the language.
In the process of learning and using a language, it is fundamental to get deeper in the traditional sayings, proverbs and natural assimilations of the expressions, both to be more comprehensible and familiar in the conversation and to understand the essence of that culture and its people. And this is a very convenient skill for building strong relationships both in personal life and in professional life.
Therefore I will go beyond the technical, towards a more culture-oriented approach in my teaching and I believe it is the most efficient in the long term familiarization of a language.
MariaEnglish and Spanish Teacher, Test Prep and homework Tutor
I specialize in teaching kids and teenagers, TOEFL and SAT preparation. I also teach adults, conversational lessons. I worked at Berlitz for 2 years in Slovakia and became a freelance teacher shortly after.
About me: Third culture kid, grew up bilingual in seven different countries around the world. I also speak French, and can understand Dutch, Russian and Slovak. Attended international schools, familiar with GCES's, A-levels and the IB Diploma
YasmineItalian class by native speaker - Grammar, Coversation, Writing and Reading
Hello ! Ciao !
let me guess, are you looking forward to learn or improve your Italian? Well this is the right place for you!
My name is Yasmine and I’m currently staying in The Hague for my International and European law degree. I come from a very multicultural background, always lived in Milano, Italy and love to travel and learn new languages.
But let’s focus on you ! I am willing to offer you a great and interactive class suitable for beginner, intermediate and even advanced individuals that want to improve their skills. Depending on your level I will structure my class focusing in writing, riding, improving your vocabulary and having interactive conversations.
I am deeply passionate about this stunning language and it always make me happy to see my students satisfied.
If you want to learn Italian in an efficient and fun way don’t hesitate to contact me!
JavidSpeaking and vocabulary oriented classes in Russian and Turkish.
My name is Javid. I am a multi-lingual MSc graduate based in the Hague. I worked as a Researcher in the Hague. For a half year now, I give lessons in Russian and Turkish in the Hague. My lessons are mostly vocabulary and speaking oriented. I believe that as soon as you start to speak, it is much easier to figure out the grammar. I hope you will choose me as your Tutor. Looking forward to meet you!
KlaudiaGerman private lessons for beginners and intermediates.
Are you looking for a German teacher? I am not only an experienced language tutor but most of all, big languages lover. When teaching, I try to use creative and interesting methods to understand the language. If only you wish to have language classes in a nice atmosphere with a strong focus on effective learning, my methods could help you to learn grammar and vocabulary faster and encourage you to speak.
FawziPrivate lessons in Arabic: Language and communication
I speak Arabic, French, Spanish, English and a little Turkish.
I teach Arabic: language and communication with an effective pedagogy, written and oral so that everyone can speak fluently avoiding grammatical gaps.
I explain all my courses to foreigners by webcam, because I am in Morocco, in Rabat. And if you will come to my country one day, I will be very happy to see you.
I present my classes in French, Arabic or Spanish, according to your choice.
BaşakTurkish Lessons (In-Person OR Online) for Adults and Kids from an Experienced and Patient Teacher For All Levels-Learn&Practice&Speak!
I have been teaching Turkish for 16 years. I started to teach when I was studying Turkish Language and Literature. I worked in a language school and at the universities, I suppose that I gained success. 😊 My achievements are directly proportional to my students’ success. My students are mostly the teachers, consulate officers, international business people, and also travellers. I feel rewarded when I witness their progress in applying their Turkish language skills to their daily lives.
Over the years, I have met hundreds of people from all over the world, taught Turkish, and told them about Istanbul and Turkey. Those people told me about their countries and learned to express themselves in Turkish. For example, I ask them: “Do you like Istanbul?” in Turkish it is “İstanbul’u senior museum?” or “ Traffic is very bad in Istanbul!”, “İstanbul’ da çok Trafik var!” The basic but correct conversation is really important for self-confidence in any language. If a learner can master basic sentence forms, the rest will come much easier. On the other hand, making mistakes is also very important. Especially, a learner can not speak without making a mistake the first and second time.
My students are always varied and have diverse learning skills. My professionalism also allows me to tailor language education according to individual interests, needs, and capacities. In the classroom, I hold firm three main principles: first, providing a comfortable environment, second, creating an encouraging atmosphere, and third, establishing a collaborative instruction model. I consider that I developed an aptitude for making learning Turkish to become much easier, enjoyable and practical for my students.
I use a book prepared by a university in Turkey. I share the pdf version of the book for my lessons. I also adapt the materials according to the learner’s needs and support the book with my authentic materials. Even though I use a communicative approach, all my lessons are guided by a solid knowledge of grammar.
On the online lessons, I send an e-mail after every lesson. That word file includes a vocabulary list, sentences (corrected and uncorrected versions, you can compare both of them easily), grammar point and homework for revision. In this way, you can find everything in a file well organized. When we have a face to face lesson, I give a hard copy of this list after every lesson. The lessons could be at my home office or in my student's house or office. I sometimes meet with my students in a coffee shop, I try to prefer silent places. :)
How learning a new language opens a new window into a person, teaching Turkish is also the same for me! I was always interested in languages - I could speak a bit of Italian and learned Persian grammar except English.
I always think about Istanbul -I was born and grew up here- it is a good place for self-improvement. First and foremost, Istanbul hosts international people coming from around the world. It is considering to me, I am lucky because I have one of the pleasant professions.
When teaching Turkish, promoting cross-cultural awareness forms an important part of my lessons. Teaching the language involves both the students and myself in a dynamic conversation about our cultural backgrounds.
Teaching Turkish is in fact not only teaching a language but also teaching a culture. I am interested in cinema, music and like visiting museums. I always share the activities with my students.
I also teach Turkish to young learners. I started to study Child Development at Istanbul University as a second university in 2018. We say in Turkish, “Studies have no age!"
If you want to speak Turkish well, please contact me. It is fun, and we will smile during the lesson!
LaurieSkype French class (online) with native teacher! The technology to learn.
The technology to improve your French. Classes with a certified native teacher.
I am a native French teacher and graduated in French Philology since 2012. I have five years of experience in Belgium and abroad. I propose online classes with a method that I have developed over the years, specifically for online classes.
-During class we focus on speaking. Outside of class, I will send you exercises that I will correct each week (grammar, conjugation, writing…).
-Use a particular technique based on questions / answers to apply grammar speaking. -You will also receive an access to an application for your Smartphone (to learn the vocabulary).
-Use an interactive whiteboard.
-We will use a shared online notebook to correct your exercises and ask me your questions at any time of the day.
I propose preparation for official exams (DELF, dalf, tcf, eoi ...). Classes for beginners, intermediate or advanced levels. Preparation of conferences or talks for business. Job interviews.
The class is a bit different when I work with children or teenagers. I use interactive websites and letters.
If you want a young, organized, dynamic and passionate teacher, call me or write me!
See you soon,
HaticeLEARNING TURKISH IS EASY AND FUN WITH A PROFESSIONAL TEACHER
Hi, I am Hatice from Istanbul
I HAVE BEEN TEACHİNG ONLİNE FROM MARCH 2020 THROUGH SKYPE
I am a native speaker of Turkish and was born in Istanbul.
I have been teaching Turkish to foreigners and I have thought hundreds of students from all ages and professions for more than 20 years. I am a professional English teacher but I like teaching Turkish more as it is my mother tongue and it is a great pleasure for me to share its secrets and beauty.
While teaching I also love giving some useful information about the culture, people, cuisine, films and literature in Turkey to help you get connected to Turkish culture. I prepare written and verbal dialogues in the areas the student is interested in.
I am from Istanbul but I traveled almost all cities, mountains, rivers, lakes in Turkey. I am a person who likes less traveled roads and back streets. Traveling around the world and reading on the areas of spirituality, philosophy, psychology, and literature are my number one hobbies. I lived and worked in London, Toronto, and S. Korea. Living as an expat and learning several languages have helped me having sympathy with my students. Motivation, feeling relaxed and setting realistic targets, in the beginning, are usually the first thing to go.
As for my formal education, I studied Economics, International Relations, Western Philosophy, and American language and literature at the university (MA and BA). And after my 40 years old, I learned classical Arabic and Persian and started to study Islamic spirituality at the doctorate level. I taught English at Prep. school at Istanbul Technical University and Yeditepe University and am retired. Ever since I could remember I have been a teacher. Now I only teach Turkish privately and translate classical novels from English to Turkish. I translated 12 books from English to Turkish.
I teach Turkish that is tailored for each student. Each student is unique for me and I know that every student has her/his own way of learning.
If you are a beginner I give a short lecture about the history of Turkish and its characteristics and help you find your way in this very logical, consistent and elegant language. You understand that Turkish is different but that does not necessarily mean difficulty.
From the first lesson, you start speaking Turkish and find yourself in a dialogue.
I can teach at my place and your place (all around Istanbul).
I use several books using a grammar-based approach integrated with communicative methods to boost the development of all language skills. But we always focus on TALK, TALK, TALK. As a language learner for many years, I know one can learn, improve and take pleasure in a foreign language only by talking and communicating. It is essential to get direct pleasure from what you have learned. My aim is to motivate and inspire you to speak Turkish ignoring minor mistakes and without thinking grammar.
I try to keep in contact with my students almost every day through whatsapp and email. And start some short dialogues.
Heba A.Arabic lessons! (Fusha and Jordanian/Palestinian dialect)
I am an Arabic teacher who will be providing Arabic lessons based on a method that is not super known and very effective! It will only be in Arabic! ONLY Arabic (and that is a very strict policy to me). You'll be able to memorize a lot of words easily. If you are interested in more details please contact me.
PaulineEnglish for Adults / Teenagers / Children (English as a Subject, Business English, Every day English)
My goal is to provide enjoyable learning experiences to my students. I strive to provide an environment which cultivates a culture of confidence, mutual respect, promotion of diversity and equal opportunities. I believe that every student learns in a different way. Therefore I practise a learner-centred approach where my students are strongly encouraged to participate actively in their own learning process.