Having fun and enjoying your practice is key. If you feel confident enough I will be talking just German to you. I believe it is important to get a feeling for a language through listening and speaking, plus it is a lot more fun than the boring Grammar-exercises. Don't get me wrong. Those are still very variable and will surely appear in my my lessons, but I will still prefer interactive exercises.
I am open for new ideas too and would love to create your own individual learning plan with you as everyone learns things their own way and in their own pace. So lets work together to make you more confident with German :)
I have been giving lessons in English and German for 2 years and am enjoying it a lot. I have also proofread essays for University-Students. I had about 15 students who have all been on slightly different levels. Recently I was teaching to 3 grade refugee children who have german as their second language. As German is my mother tongue and I have teaching experience I am happy to teach on any level.
Abitur (German equivalent to A-Levels),
studying BSc Psychology,
IELTS 8.0 - C1 Level for English
As someone who is learning another language (German) and a good friend of Lea's, I cannot highly enough recommend her tutelage. She is an effective communicator, knowledgeable instructor, and sympathetic to the challenges that her students, young and old, face. I know she has a successful history with other students, and she is always the first person I turn to when I have any German-language questions.
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