Hello, guys. I'm looking for the students.
My name is Elena, I'm sixteen and I can teach you a good English or an excellent Russian.
I study at the last form (grade as the americans say or year as the austallians prefer) a secondary school with an in-depth learning of English. I have an awesome teacher, that's why my English level is rather high. All my marks are excellent. I've been awarded a lot of certificates of achievment for my English. I was also given a free of charge trip to Australia with studing there in a secondary school. During the last two years I have been giving an excursions for the foreign delegations which visited our school. Among them were the councils of Ireland, Germany, Australia, the USA, the UK and Israel, the principal of an Australian college and an American writer.
woow , and thoguh i m gonna learn german , but i still need to be more inprove in english , just i wasnt make the basic well then , so how we can contect and can u teach me?
oh Hi ! I'm a Chinese school girl.I like studying English .Can you teach me English?
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