I'm a NET teacher and also a Voice Over Artist for one of Hong Kong's leading agencies for English Voice Overs, TV, and Speech. For over 12 years I've taught kindergarten to Primary kids and adults, I tutor individually, and have had many years of experience in schools and centers. I am soon to be TEFL certified and for the past 3 years, I’ve been working on my career as a Voice-Over Artist and have done toy voices and character voices for companies like Prime English and V-Tech toys. I’ve had 11 years of teaching experience from playgroups to Form 1 English. Currently, I’m a part-time NET Teacher for a company I have worked with for 9 years (previously full-time). I specialize in Phonics, English Grammar, Creative Writing, Math, and Arts and Crafts.
Depending of your current level and the consistency of frequency at which you're willing to learn and practice, any language is possible to learn. English has straightforward rules but many exceptions to the rules and it may not be very easy without a good fun and engaging way to learn. As long as you have the mindset to learn and progress, then English is definitely worth learning.
Two months is a good time frame to see real progress and improvement.
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