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Sarah singh
Leave feedback please! Hello, I'm planning on becoming a community tutor, but I want to put a little twist in it. My classes will be either online using skype or any media you're comfortable with. I will also do messaging and voice messaging classes for those camera shy people or for those who don't have a working camera to video chat. My classes will be pure English language and the twist is, since I am young and Currently a college student pursuing my degree for Education, I will teach you guys the basics of course but I also will be teaching you "Slang" and will be showing you different places in New York City. I will keep you updated on New York language and its difference from "slang". I will also teach you safety when visiting NYC and a lot of diverse topics etc. My class will be more deeper than the regular classes but It will concern a lot of New vocabularys and videos of NYC, I want to teach but I want you guys to be able to visualy see and learn.

Make a comment if its a good idea, thank you :)

Mar 21, 2018 6:57 AM
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Thierry Ams. The difference between US English, New Zealand English, British English is not as monumental as you seem to believe. I am a kiwi and I have spoken to people from the US, UK, and of course other kiwis using the same language. There are some differences but the beauty of the English language is that it is spoken in many countries. 'English has ceased to be an "English language" in the sense of belonging only to people who are ethnically English. Use of English is growing country-by-country internally and for international communication. Most people learn English for practical rather than ideological reasons.' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_language#English_as_a_global_language
March 21, 2018

It would be great and maybe you will be a professional teacher through teaching in no time.

Good luck.

March 21, 2018

Hi Sarah, it seems like you are referring only to those who want to learn American English or travel to the U.S.


March 21, 2018

Hi Sarah,

Your idea reminded me a guy called Seth Kugel (http://sethkugel.com/), he is a journalist, he has a channel on youtube called "Amigo Gringo", in this channel he talks about tips to tourists in NY.

In his channel he gives tips about learning English too.

He learned Portuguese in a travel to the Amazon forest when he stayed for 4 days travelling in a boat where no one spoke English. It's quite difficult travel to Brazil because the major of the population don't studied/learned English.

Another think that I like is podcast, because I can listen while I'm doing other things like commuting, cycling, making dinner... Do you know "All ears English" podcast?

I think you could have success in your journey.

Good luck.

March 22, 2018

sure, I am in. Don't you want to make a group for that in whats-app or any...

March 21, 2018
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Sarah singh
Language Skills
English, Spanish
Learning Language
Spanish