Search for a Cypress, CA Japanese Tutor

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Pedro D. ...What is the fastest way to "learn a skill"? Amazing fact: based on the emotional intensity you have while learning, you can learn up to 600x's faster than if you had learned with no enthusiasm. I do things differently.
1 Subject: Japanese
Los Alamitos, CA
Azumi A. ...I want to tell you about Japanese culture as well as the language. On a personal note, I was born and raised in Osaka, Japan. (I love Osaka!) I moved to Los Angeles in 2010. I like otaku stuff (manga, anime, cosplay, Hatsune Miku, etc.) movies, owarai (Japanese comedy) and cooking.
1 Subject: Japanese
Pasadena, CA
Amy I. ...History. During my undergraduate studies, I specialized in Asian history, Modern China, Modern Japan, Ancient Near East, Ancient Greece, and Modern Europe. I also enjoy working with students to help them improve their English abilities in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
6 Subjects: including Japanese, ESL/ESOL, TOEFL, European history
Westminster, CA
Kenneth K. ...English, contrary to popular belief, is a fairly hard language for people wanting to learn it. The nuances and throat tones may mean something completely different if you have never encountered as such. I can help teach the "street" English so people won't feel as if they're missing something in the conversation.
39 Subjects: including Japanese, English, reading, chemistry
Irvine, CA
Ayaka H. Hello! My name is Ayaka. I was born in Japan but raised in the States.
3 Subjects: including Japanese, TOEFL, elementary (k-6th)
Garden Grove, CA