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Reem N. ...As for my personality, I have an extremely pleasant and a very positive attitude and care in teaching my students and encouraging them to learn and to reach their goals in learning the Arabic language. I also put my students' interests first and accommodate them in every possible way and to my b...
1 Subject: Arabic
Washington, DC
Sara B. ...I have also taken Literature courses in French, Latin, and Arabic. As a reader, writer, and public speaker, I have a very strong understanding of the of grammar, proofreading, and editing. This is evidenced by my score of 800 on the Writing Section of the SAT.
16 Subjects: including Arabic, reading, English, French
Washington, DC
Jessamine P. ...In addition, I taught high school English and history full-time for 4 years at St. Paul's School (Concord, NH) and Sidwell Friends (Washington, DC). Grammar is like plumbing: we don't think about it when it's working, but our lives wouldn't be the same without it. My love of English grammar began with diagramming sentences on the chalk board in grade school.
17 Subjects: including Arabic, reading, English, writing
Greenbelt, MD
Ellen P. ...My passion for teaching Arabic stems from several years growing up in Jordan, Tunisia, and Egypt. Through on-the-ground exposure to several dialects of Arabic, as well as over 5 years of rigorous academic coursework in Modern Standard Arabic, classical Qur'anic Arabic, and Arabic media, I have g...
22 Subjects: including Arabic, reading, writing, English
Washington, DC
Charles M. ...Arabic is a tremendously lucrative language for positions in International Organizations like the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations. It is an extremely high-demand language for government jobs, and it is rapidly becoming a popular language studied at the University of Arizona and others.
2 Subjects: including Arabic, German
Washington, DC
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