Hi there, I have been teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) for the past 10 years. Countries include South Korea and Saudi Arabia. In the latter, I've taught English, Business Management, Economics and Social Studies.
In addition, I've was employed in the banking industry for 10 years.
In terms of qualifications, I hold a TESL Certificate including a Masters in Business Administration (MBA).
I would describe my classes as interactive and participative.
Tutor available for 5 students only.
No, it takes hard work, dedication and practice. That being said, acquiring the skill can be achieved.
Practice speaking English every opportunity that is presented to you. In terms of writing, depending on your level of command, at least 2 hours per day.