Search for a Federal Way Japanese Tutor

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Fassil A. ...They then only offered the minor. At that point I had taken enough archaeology classes to graduate with only an extra year of classes in the Anthropology Dept. I have taken both the history of Greece and Rome courses as well as liberal studies courses on Greek and Roman Literature.
4 Subjects: including Japanese, ESL/ESOL, classics, archaeology
$40.00/hr
Federal Way, WA
Melissa G. ...I am planning on continuing my education with Japanese by receiving my Bachelor's next, and then my Masters in the Japanese language. I took Japanese through my Junior and Senior years in high school as well. When I first took an interest in Japanese it was in sophomore year, yet I wasn't attending a school that had a Japanese program with it.
1 Subject: Japanese
$55.00/hr
Federal Way, WA
Kiana J. Hi guys, I'm Kiana and I'm fluent in reading, Writing and speaking Japanese with 8 years of Japanese public school experience. I am currently attending the University of Washington. My freshman year of high school, I took a advanced Japanese class(A+) I also scored a perfect score on the Japanese portion of the SAT subject test.
1 Subject: Japanese
$28.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Fumiko G. I am a native Japanese tutor completely bi-lingual and bi-cultural and have been trained in teaching Japanese to non-Japanese students. I have been teaching in both Seattle and the Eastside for the last 12 years. I have students aging from 5 years old to professionals who want to live and work in Japan.
1 Subject: Japanese
$35.00/hr
Redmond, WA
Kimberly D. ...For beginners, It's best to start with romaji, the romanized version of these characters and learn the hiragana and katakana as you learn. I think it's best to learn kanji after learning and using the basic characters. It makes it easier to learn them.
1 Subject: Japanese
$40.00/hr
Tacoma, WA