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  1. Hello! I am Marina. I am a qualified language teacher and native Spanish speaker with experience teaching Spanish as a foreign language. I love languages and I also combine my Spanish teacher job with teaching English and Italian to students from different parts of the world. You can visit my website to book a free trial session and learn more about the Academy. Be welcome to Marina Languages!
  2. "Sharek Centre is a new hub of Arabic language and culture based in London, built upon the principle of sharing and mutual exchange. With a new interactive approach, Sharek offers an extensive range of language courses and programmes to suit everyone. Some of our courses include Short Comminicative Arabic courses, Fast track courses, courses for Heritage learners(plus Quranic) and fun courses such as learning through drama, learning through cooking etc" A fantastic opportunity to taste our approach would be to participate on our open days on the 14th and 17th and they can send us an email to get more info at info@sharekcentre.com
  3. Hi there, I am an interaction design student at Emily Carr University in Vancouver, Canada. For one of my courses, I am designing an application intended to aid the process of learning a second language. Currently, I am conducting some research to learn more about the needs of teachers and learners in this area. If you have 10-15 minutes of spare time, I would very much appreciate your input on the survey(s) below: For teachers: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeScWSDSKpjJtLMNKL6P9jiLyq8coBuDTCPr-7WFMe7xuAOwA/viewform For learners: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwyourMIzNYdTg5pPOkd6MTAcPuUtQJlOvdVrrP34XtW9JIQ/viewform Thank-you for your time!
  4. Hey there! I was just around here and noticed you all have a good domain of Spanish, I am a native Spanish speaker from Latin America too. I had a previous knowledge of the English language but you may wonder how did I learn English so perfect, I began looking for online lessons and teachers that help to learn English, I failed many times with some teachers that were not good at all, but then I found out this page www.british-english-teacher.com with this friendly and trustworthy teacher called Alexander, he taught me English in a interactive way, with patience and he always make sure that I understand all he was teaching me. I fully recommend him, if you want to improve your English level.
  5. Hello! How are you all doing? I have noticed you are learning Spanish and doing some great work. However, I wanted to invite you to visit my page www.british-english-teacher.com I am a TEFL qualified English teacher from the UK. I will be glad to teach you online, I have some interesting lessons for all my students, and don’t worry I teach to all levels of learners. Don’t hestitate to contact me if you want to know more about my services.
  6. Hello! I am a native Spanish speaker, how are you all today? I have a perfect domain of English because I’ve been learning with a British English teacher on skype, I never trust online classes but I am now so happy and grateful with my friendly teacher, he is so organized and makes every lesson very interactive, he also adapts to your avalability of time. I leave you here his website for you to know him better just in case you decide to join in this awesome experience. www.british-english-teacher.com
  7. Hello there! I wanted to show you this awesome website of this British English teacher online. he offers many interesting English lessons online from beginner to advanced. he's a friendly and trustworthy TEFL qualified teacher from Nottingham in the UK. and hey! he also offers a free trial lesson you can start today! visit his website: www.british-english-online.com
  8. English Teacher

    Dear students and fellow teachers, I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of the language learning community. I have been teaching for 15 years, from Art, to Math, Social Sciences, and of course English. I taught English in South Korea for two years from little kindergartners all the way to business men, students, even housewives! It was a wonderful time of travel and cultural immersion. I'm happy to answer questions, share experiences and help students and teachers in any way I can. Happy Learning
  9. Semi-Colon (;) Rules

    Did you know that the semi-colon has been gaining attention internationally? It's quite fascinating, and rings very true, but I though I would clear up the punctuation rules of the semi-colon with this post. 1. The semi-colon is a long pause that balances two equally important ideas. For example: She went by train; she would rather have flown. 2. It can show opposites in one sentence. For example: In summer she swims; in winter she skates. The two points below are related: 3. It joins two main clauses (main idea sentences) where there is no conjunction. For example: She studied diligently for the tests; she had nothing to fear. 4. A semi-colon may often be replaced by a full stop, or by the conjunctions and, but, so, for and although. [This is why we see semi-colons so seldom, because people mostly replace semi-colons with full stops or conjunctions] I encourage you to try using a semi-colon in your writing, I love the long pause that you get by using it.
  10. Hello! I'm an Italian teacher from Italy who loves learning languages, too. I'm fluent in English and Russian and I speak some Spanish and French. I'm very happy to be here and I hope to contribute to this forum. Bye!
  11. You can learn to speak Languages with Alina! I offer classes in English, German, Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish for Foreigners. Come and sign up for classes today! The classes are dynamic and personalized and they can be for individual students or for groups for both private individuals and companies. The classes are given in each language avoiding translation. The most important thing is that the student will start speaking regardless of their level from their very first class! And of course having fun while learning is esencial! So get going and sign up now! Visit My Blog Follow Me On Twitter and like me on Facebook and call me to schedual your class today 011 15-6785-2727