- Graduated at International Teachers College, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia with a degree in Bachelors in Education, Major in Secondary English, Minor in Theology.
- 1 year experience of teaching English to international students at a top university in Indonesia, including teaching in a refugee camp with kids aged from 8-11 years old from Middle East countries (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sudan, Somalia, etc.) and teaching in an English program with mostly international students from China.
- Teach English Now! Foundational Principles Certificate
- Teach English Now! Theories of Second Language Acquisition Certificate
- Grammar and Punctuation Certificate
By learning Filipino (Tagalog) in Manila, one has to be committed to both learning by the book and by practice. This is one of the most easiest and effective way of learning Filipino (Tagalog) in Manila. While the majority of the people in Manila may not be very good in speaking English, most of them understands the English language. Thus, by putting to practice one's Filipino (Tagalog) in Manila, one can easily communicate in English to the people in Manila and learn as the Filipinos try to communicate back to you in "Taglish" (Tagalog-English) or by helping you to be familiar with what you are saying in English (Direct Translation).
Yes! Filipino is easy to learn. I am from Visayas part of the Philippines, which means that Filipino (or Tagalog) is not my mother tongue dialect. I grew up studying Tagalog and it has been an easy subject for me and I was able to learn how to speak in Tagalog in no time.
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