I grew up in an English speaking family. From childhood I was trained in a bilingual environment, thus I am fluent in both Chinese and English.
I've been a translator for almost a decade. I translated company documents, technical documents, legal documents, speeches, essays, etc.
I also like to research and study about effective learning methods. As a result, I gained some very useful knowledge of increasing my student's efficiency and joy of learning a new language.
Since I grew up in Taiwan, my education was all in Chinese.
I spend most of my time interacting with Chinese people. To me, Chinese is more like my mother language than English.
I've been an English teacher teaching Chinese students and Chinese kids for over 3 years. Throughout this time, I learned the essential keys to successfully learn a new language.
For example, I believe that as long as the learning process stay fun and interesting, you will progress to fluency.
What is the most effective way to learn a new language?
*Comprehensible input - When you first understand the message, you will unconsciously acquire the language.
*Part of the class will be dedicated to pure Chinese conversations in a unique way. This method can help any student, even those who know nothing about Chinese.
*I will use different teaching methods optimized for individual students.
*Rich body language, pictures, and other visual aids to help you learn Chinese faster.
Tutor not yet rated.