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Lauren F. ...While studying Japanese I often made use of Kanji flashcards, handy mnemonics, and the online resource Jisho; I believe these all to be valuable in learning Japanese and will impart these skills on my students. I have also found that consuming Japanese media (anime, music, manga) in its original...
3 Subjects: including Japanese, Adobe Photoshop, geology
Seattle, WA
Kimberly M. ...I look forward to helping you or your child achieve academic success! I specialize in all things ESL, such as, TOEFL, IELTS, accent reduction, culture training, idioms/slang, Business English, presentation skills, and conversational fluency. I have taught Red Cross swimming lessons for over 10 years.
20 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Seattle, WA
Tamir P. ...But the most important quality that I can bring to tutoring is the intention to understand what the person I'm communicating with is needing, and going through challenges in a patient and compassionate way. I speak fluent Hebrew and English, with some translation background from English to Hebre...
1 Subject: Hebrew
Seattle, WA
Megan K. ...I originally chose to major in chemistry because I wanted to know how the world works. But of course I found chemistry textbooks and many chemistry teachers to be at times mystifying and demotivating. I got a 3.7 at University of Washington despite my serious curiosity and best efforts.
1 Subject: chemistry
Seattle, WA
Jay M. ...Mixing vocabularies has seldom been a problem in learning these languages, as every language has a unique sound. Grammar was previously my primary weakness when learning. With practice, this no longer became the case and has resulted in me becoming a grammarian.
7 Subjects: including English, Spanish, writing, French
Seattle, WA