I am from Shanghai. But I have been living in Uk since 2002 for learning English. My English level was at intermediate level when I arrived here. However I am speaking fluent English now and writing and reading books in English too.
Also I have BA degree in computer application and system. So I would like to help people whom are interested in learning Mandarin Chinese language or computer literature. Do come to me, please.
I am the person who have very broad interests and hobbies those, are like dancing, walking, visiting national trust properties (I love the history), movies, theatre, sewing and knitting(I love to design).
I have block booking 16hours, 1.5hours ( 3 times 3 hours a week must included) or 2 hours a weekfor £400(you save £80) for efficient learning.
I have been tutoring for a while. I have started to teach Mandarin with a friend who learns the language as a hobby for over a decade. Ever since, I have enjoyed the great pleasure in teaching and help tutees to improve what they learn and how to start to enjoy learning the language. Also I have been learning two different foreign languages - Russian and English. Those experiences lead me to teach how to be successful in learning a foreign language.
Meanwhile, I do computing help desk for friends and members of family.
I would like to help everybody who have/haven't been learning Mandarin to practice/start to interest it and, develop what you learn the language in a practical thoughts, either a hobby/to gain passing the exam/travel to China for visiting/work.
In my opinion, it is better to learn the language in full - listening/speaking/reading/writing as fundamental development in further learning. But I do intensive lessons too.
Meanwhile I do teaching in a interesting way, help children doing homework after school if you have problem or tired to help your child and these people who are interested in learning to used the website for researching or how to send email and manage your in-box and shopping online so on. You will learn a lot of different method to archive new skills in casual way.
|Languages||Chinese, English (British)|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|The university of Shanghai||1987||Bachelors||Bsc computer application|
|National Recognition Information Centre for the UK||2008||Bachelors||Bsc computer application|
|Newbury college||2014||College||LAO level 2 in Principle of Business and Administration|
|Maybe Magazine||2015||Other||QCF level 1|
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