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Laura, your wise choice of Mandarin Chinese tutor in Beijing
Posted by: Lfceternal (IP Logged)
Date: August 17, 2010 02:08AM
Hi forum,

I’m Laura from Haidian, Beijing. I work in a public institution and finish work at 4.30pm everyday. I graduated last year as an English major. I have been teaching Chinese as a foreign language for two years in spare time (usually 1v1 class) and have passed the national-leveled Test of Mandarin Proficiency in high score (mark95.7, 1st grade).


I used to be the Chinese tutor for two Japanese students in my collage, a British teacher who works in Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, and a Korean hotelier in Kempinski Beijing.We do elementary and medium level lessons, some for reading and some for speaking only.


Currently I'm teaching a girl from South Africa. We have class two times a week. We have been having lessons for more than one year, but she's leaving Beijing this month so I'm searching for someone new who wants to have Chinese lessons in spare time.


I am willing to offer private Chinese instruction, especially elementary courses and HSK guidance. Also I can teach dialect of Beijing if you want to learn some.


I can talk fluently in English, but my class will be taught mainly in Chinese for class needs. My class goes mainly on conversations and practical actions to make the learner feel free and easy to learn, not many grammatical things envolved. And if you want to follow a certain book, I can prepare for that.


Time-lasting of each lesson depends on your choice (often 1-2 or 2-3 hours).


My Available Time for Teaching:

---Monday to Friday: 19:00 - 22:00
---Weekends: 8:00 - 22:00



If you want to learn Chinese for daily and business use, or to improve your skills of communication in Chinese, you are always welcomed to contact me.smiling smiley I am waiting for your advice for a happy working together between us.smileys with beer

E-mail: lfceternal@163.com


Notes:

Ads please do not disturb.
Thx!
どぅも ありがとうございます!

Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 05/11/2012 11:13PM by Lfceternal.

Re: FreeTutorship for Chinese Mandarin in Beijing (not ads)
Posted by: Shaolinsteve (IP Logged)
Date: August 17, 2010 07:06AM
Hey.


Are you looking for people who live locally or have you considered using Skype or similar to teach? It may be a bit difficult, but i have no problem talking to some of my Chinese friends using them.


If you are only looking for people to teach locally in person then i wish you all the best smiling smiley

Re: FreeTutorship for Chinese Mandarin in Beijing (not ads)
Posted by: Housemouse (IP Logged)
Date: August 17, 2010 08:17AM
"My class is free and I am waiting for your advice for a happy working together between us"
Cute.
You sound like a nice person. Volunteering is a great way to gain practical experience (+ gain good karma merits)


peace smiling smiley

Re: FreeTutorship for Chinese Mandarin in Beijing (not ads)
Posted by: Lfceternal (IP Logged)
Date: August 21, 2010 07:28AM
Shaolinsteve Wrote:
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> Hey.
>
>
> Are you looking for people who live locally or
> have you considered using Skype or similar to
> teach? It may be a bit difficult, but i have no
> problem talking to some of my Chinese friends
> using them.
>
>
> If you are only looking for people to teach
> locally in person then i wish you all the best smiling smiley



Hey, thanks for the idea of teaching via skype. I think the problem is that I don't have much time online so I want some locally-living students.

Anyway, thank you for your advice.smiling smiley

Re: FreeTutorship for Chinese Mandarin in Beijing (not ads)
Posted by: Lfceternal (IP Logged)
Date: August 21, 2010 07:34AM
Housemouse Wrote:
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> "My class is free and I am waiting for your advice
> for a happy working together between us"
> Cute.
> You sound like a nice person. Volunteering is a
> great way to gain practical experience (+ gain
> good karma merits)
>
>
> peace smiling smiley



Thank yousmiling smiley
But it seems that most people prefer mandarin training schools...
It's a little bit hard to find students who want private instructors. I'm willing to teach freely and waiting for the advice. Share what we know.

Re: Laura, your free Mandarin Chinese tutor in Beijing
Posted by: Lfceternal (IP Logged)
Date: August 30, 2010 09:56AM
hey, if anyone wants to contact me, here's my MSN : [email protected]

Re: Laura, your free Mandarin Chinese tutor in Beijing
Posted by: Jorgendane (IP Logged)
Date: September 08, 2010 04:52AM
Hi Laura,
so pleased to meet you, my name is Jorgen, I am Danish.
I started studying Mandarin two years ago, I have been to Beijing 3 times, 3 months each time.
This year I spent 6 months in Beijing, last time I lived 3 months in a small apartment in Chao Dou Hutong by Nan Luo Gu Xiang.
I hope to be in Beijing the first four months of 2011.
Now here in Denmark i miss my daily one-on-one lesson in Chinese.
Can you teach me online? Twice a week?
I would like to pay you for the lessons. I had a very good teacher in Beijing, I paid her 50 RMB per lesson (one hour).
My email is [email protected]
Best wishes,
Jorgen

Re: Laura, Mandarin Chinese tutor in Beijing
Posted by: Lfceternal (IP Logged)
Date: February 06, 2011 04:31AM
Hey everybody, there's something changed in my plan. so I revised the topic and the above is the new piece of information.

Again, if you want to know more about me, please send me e-mail at: [email protected]

smiling smiley

Re: Laura, your wise choice of Mandarin Chinese tutor in Beijing
Posted by: Lfceternal (IP Logged)
Date: May 11, 2012 11:14PM
I have edited this message just now. There's some new information here.
Pls contact me via E-mail: [email protected]

smiling smiley



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