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Teaches: Japanese

Languages: Japanese, English, Spanish

Female, From United States, Living in United States

Local time: May 22, 2015 01:31   (Pacific Standard Time)

I am a native Japanese speaker, living in the US. I have patience, flexibility, and some experience of teaching. I am happy to help your improvement of Japanese skills. Beginners also welcome!
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40 ITC per hour
=4.0 USD

Hello, Japanese beginners to advanced learners. I started to help your Japanese practice officially. I'll offer trail sessions. Talk to you soon. View time schedule Contact Teacher

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Informal Tutoring: Japanese
  • 15 completed session(s)
40 ITC per hour
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10 ITC 30 minutes
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About chi

I am a native Japanese speaker, grown up in the north part of Japan, currently living in the suburb of Los Angels in California. I have some experience of teaching Japanese to foreign visitors in Japan as well as teaching some academic subjects to Japanese students from at elementary to high schools as a tutor for 6 years. I am very patient and loving to hear about different and cultural views. But my real profession is veterinary medicine and I worked at an university in the US. (if you need to learn medical terms in order to enter, work, or research at medical school in Japan or to learn Acupuncture, Kanpo, or Chinese herbal medicine, I am glad to support your study, too.) I also love nature and wildlife. In the session, we are able to use both English and Japanese and I will be very flexible to your needs. So please contact me even you may be a very beginner and tell me what help you need. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.


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Teaching Specialities

  • Beginners

  • Children

  • Teenagers

Teaching Tools

Audio only


 Community Tutor

Completed sessions 15
Students 11
Professional Lessons
Informal Tutoring
Instant Tutoring
Teacher sinceApr 24, 2015
Last session May 17, 2015