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Ahoj!

I would like to promote my language web TriLinguis:          http://www.trilinguis.esy.es/

a place I have recently started from where three languages will be taught online: Czech, Spanish and English.

For now the Czech section exists on the web as I´m yet trying to figure it out.

 

I have a Phd degree and a lot of resources. So if you are interested don´t hesitate to leave me a message!

See you soon, Jana:)

 

Connect me on fb: https://www.facebook.com/TriLinguis-1162660410469482/

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Hi there,

I'm in a similar situation, but I don't have my own web (if I have undesrtood correctly), but I'm starting to work in www.lingostan.com

It's not bad al all, in case you want to give them a look. They're looking for teachers also!

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