My name is Nicolas, I'm 30 and I'm from France! 4 years ago I travelled to Hong Kong where I have taught French for almost one year to toddlers, kids, teenagers and adults.
Are you fluent and proficient in your mother tongue and want to spread the depth and beauty of your language around the world?
Are you planning to learn your favourite language this year and discover all the beauty that surrounds it in the form of literature, arts and culture? Or: Do you want to be smart and achieve proficiency in 2-3 different languages you might need in the future?
Nobody has ever learned a language without a teacher! Yes, someone was always there to teach.
Teaching English has become one of the more popular ways to earn extra income these days. With the demand of English tutors rising, many English speakers have considered using their extra time to teach their native language. But of course, it doesn’t necessarily follow that once you know a language, you can easily teach it -nope! Not even if it’s your native tongue.
Technology has opened the world to so many possibilities! Imagine the ability to retrieve information stored halfway across the world, the ease of talking and video calling a loved-one even when they’re in another continent, and just how much faster it is now to receive a mail in contrast to the days when only snail mail was available.
t doesn’t take just intellect to become a good tutor or teacher. You can be really knowledgeable about something yet still be unable to share the information or teach it in a way others would understand the way you do.
Singapore is a multicultural country. It would comes as no surprise, then, that they are a number of languages spoken in the country. To foster national unity and identity, the government promoted four official languages, which are: English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. While Malay is the country’s national language, English is the language of the administration. Mandarin is the lingua-franca for the Chinese, while Tamil is used by Indian communities.
If you are an anime or manga lover, you probably want to learn the Japanese language so that you can watch those cartoons without having to look at those subtitles.
Spanish is a quaint language and somehow makes us feel like we are being taken back in time whenever we hear it. A lot of old and famous literature have been written in Spanish, which is probably why it takes us back to another era. But that’s not all there is to the language.
Lots of people want to learn a foreign language for different reasons. Some could be for professional reasons, such as: to add up a credential to a resume, to impress an employer, to increase the likelihood of foreign assignment, or maybe to prepare for relocation to a foreign land after a promotion...