Linda Rubesch : Hungarian

Linda Rubesch
Subject : Hungarian Native
(6) Lessons
(1) Reviews
Last class : 6 days
2 days ago
45 Min : $23.02 / £18.29 / €20.29
Trial: FREE
Hello, my name is Linda Rubesch and I'm 34 years old and currently living in Canada. I am a native Hungarian speaker and teach Hungarian. I have been an online Hungarian teacher with since October 2018. I can speak the following languages fluently: Hungarian, English. I am currently offering a free initial trial lesson for new students.

Detailed Profile in English

About me

Linguist, Language Teacher And Yoga Instructor.

Qualifications & Experience


Master Of Hungarian Linguist And Litterateur

Eötvös Lóránd University | 2002-2008

Master Of Hungarian As A Foreign Language

Eötvös Lóránd University | 2003-2008

Master Of Pedagogy And Psychology Faculty

Eötvös Lóránd University | 2003-2008

Program Of Theatre Science

Eötvös Lóránd University | 2003-2007


Art Director @ Nyugati Teátrum | May 2008 - May 2009

Selected and organized the shows for the theatre Contacted to press

Wrote content on the web page

Hungarian As A Foreign Language Teacher // Freelancer | May 2009

As a leading teacher in ILC I was creating teaching material such as exercise books, boardgames, tests, quiz games

Teaching Hungarian from beginner to academic level

Trained interpreters for EU Court

Research Assistant // Researcher, Translator | 2012-2013

Assistant of a professor of New York State University

Background research for a book of history of literature

Translate lyrics, poems, other texts Subtitle documentaries, interviews

Teaching Approach

Personalizes classes in all levels.

Intensive teaching available.

Preparation for language / citizenship exams.

My last class was :
6 days ago.
16 Nov 2018
By : Erinfloeter
Subject : Hungarian 
Linda gave me a great start on learning Hungarian and I’m looking forward to learning more from her.

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