The price of my each lesson
I understand what he means. That's right. If you give the same thing, why should you receive more money this time and less next time?
But I believe it's a rule which protect teacher's rights and profits in America. Because he also told me that teachers are nothing in America. So they need such a rule to protect them.
I charge more for my English lessons, because I can give my students learning English more with my native language, Chinese.
And I am a teacher who can give every lesson differently, who can give more and more day by day. So buy my packages before I raise my price :)
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The Price of my each Lessons
Professor Brian told me that it's illegal for that if a teacher to charges (different people?) differently for the same kind of lesson in America. (If you are talking about discrimination, you want to make sure you specify that you mean charging people different amounts of money for the same lesson.)
I understand what he means. This practice is fair That's right. If you teach give the same lesson thing (or "If you give the same type of service), why should you receive more money this time and less the next time?
But I believe it's a law rule which to protect a teacher's rights and profits in America. (I think here you mean it's a law to protect the person who is being tutored, not the person who is doing the tutoring.) because he also told me that teachers are essentially nothing in America, so they need such a law rule to protect them.
I charge more for my English lessons, because I can give my students a better English learning experience English by using more with my native language, Chinese, to teach them. (Here, you want to mention that you are charging Chinese students more money to learn English. Since, if you charged other students who wanted to learn English more because your native language is Chinese that wouldn't make sense.)
And I am a teacher who can teach give each every lesson differently, who can give more and more, day-by-day. So, buy my packages before I raise my prices. :)
A few notes:
There is a huge difference between teacher and tutor. A tutor is someone who privately teaches students, but a teacher is someone who works in a school.
I am confused if your essay is talking about protecting the rights of tutors or the people who are being tutored. At first it seems like you are talking about protecting the right of a student to learn and pay for a service without discrimination, and then it seems like you switch to talking about how this mostly helps the tutors.
Apostrophe use: If you say teacher's rights, you are talking about the rights for one teacher, thus you need to say "a teacher's rights". If you want to say the rights of all of the teachers you need to say "teachers' rights."
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