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My lessons are flexible and adapted to your situation, circumstance and objectives so they are perfect for any student no matter
what their motivation: hobby, job interviews, business, exam preparation: TOEFL and TOEIC. I adapt the lesson to suit your lifestyle and
you book lessons accordingly.
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I am a qualified English teacher specializing in teaching English as a foreign language. I am a native English speaker and come from South Africa. I relocated to France in 2010 and so far I love it! My passion is to teach, even though my background is originally from the pharmaceutical industry. I would like to invite you to read a few of my testimonials.... Hope to speak to you soon!
• TOEFL ( http://www.ets.org/toefl/english_programs ): As the official language test for education, TOEFL's website is incredibly useful for sharing test-taking and studying information.
• BBC Learning English( http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/ ): In this website from the BBC, students can find help with grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation, with plenty of references to current events
• Google Translate ( http://translate.google.com/ ): An awesome resource to use for simple translations, Google Translate can help your students see how it's done and better understand translations between two or more languages.
• ESL Cyber Listening Lab ( http://www.esl-lab.com/index.htm ): ESL cyber listening lab with study guides, quizzes.
• Vocabulix ( http://www.vocabulix.com/ ): This online tool is designed to help jumpstart students' vocabulary skills, with more than 90 vocabulary lessons.
• Wordsteps ( http://wordsteps.com/ ): Word steps makes it easy for students to build their own vocabulary collection, and even access their vocabulary through a mobile device for English language learning on the go.
• Dictionary.com ( http://dictionary.reference.com/ ): This site isn't just for looking up words, although it's quite useful in that function. Dictionary.com also offers a word of the day, games, quotes, translation, and much more.
• Thesaurus.com ( http://thesaurus.com/ ): Like Dictionary.com, Thesaurus.com goes beyond simple reference, bringing inspiration and fun in the form of synonyms, fun word facts, and even search trends.
• Common Errors in English Usage ( http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html ): Read Paul Brian's Common Errors in English Usage on this website, and even get links to the book's blog, calendar, and entry-a-day Facebook page.