Lessons from one or more teachers? In learning a new language on here, do you guys find it easier to take classes from one teacher or do you have multiple teachers who you take classes from? I am having trouble figuring out if I should stick to one, or if I should try classes from different teachers.
Oct 27, 2017 7:48 PM
Answers · 4
As an English tutor, my advice for students is to find a teacher you feel comfortable speaking with and with whom you enjoy speaking with. Of course, lessons should be productive as well!
October 27, 2017
I have stuck with one this time around, but I was thinking of taking some "instant tutoring" with others just for some conversation practice. I will stick with my one teacher for lessons, i think.
October 27, 2017
Try several teachers. I always do. You can choose the one you get on with best. And I really do think it's important to vary your language input - different teaching methods and accents. Stick with one main teacher maybe, but shop around too!
October 28, 2017
I don't know, as I haven't tried, sorry. But - if you stick to one teacher, how can you know if that teacher is any good or not? If you try a couple of different ones, you can see which ones you get on well with, and which ones actually know the language, and can teach well. From having seen some of the answers offered by particularly non-native speakers on here, it's clear that several of them do not have a very advanced level of English.
October 28, 2017
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