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Robert Lee Leach

I am Robert from America. And I would very much like to be your English teacher.

I love teaching English and care very much about the success of my students. I know how important it is for them to speak English well.

It is my sincere hope that my teaching can help people, young and older, have a better life.

I have been teaching English as a second language for many years. For two years in Vietnam I taught children as young as three, students in public school, grades 1 thru 9 and taught a class of hospital doctors. Here in America most of my teaching has been to foreign students and their families at The Pennsylvania State University.

My strengths in teaching are pronunciation, everyday conversation English, business English and American culture and life.

I have spoken English all my life as my only language - and I speak it very well, with no distinguishable accent. Many students I have taught, tell me my English is very easy to understand. In addition, I have the ability to understand what foreign speakers are trying to say, as they search for the correct English words.

I have a B. S. in education from The Pennsylvania State University here in the United States and I have a certificate in TESOL - Teaching English as a Second or Other Language.

Learning English can be difficult to learn – I know this from experience. Although I take my teaching serious, I make the learning experience fun. I welcome you to come join me!


Ashley Spears

I currently am getting my masters in education. I love reading and I love learning and teaching. I have traveled a lot my life so I have been able to see different cultures and meet a lot of people. I have tutored some English as well. I am also at the moment taking classes for ESL.


Michael Y Bennett

I am an Associate Professor of English and Affiliated Faculty in Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. I am the author or editor of eleven books in the field of theatre studies, and I will be a Life Member of Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, where I will be a Visiting Fellow in 2020.


Christopher R. Trogan

Dr. Christopher Trogan has taught English and Writing Seminars at New York University since 2001. Dr. Trogan is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Philosophy at John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York and an Adjunct Associate Professor of English at Baruch College of the City University of New York. Dr. Trogan holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, an M.A. in Philosophy, and a B.A. in English/Philosophy from Columbia University.


Yaroslav Malyuta

I have been teaching ESL and Linguistics since 1992. I have a BA as a teacher of English and German and a Ph.D. in Linguistics. Now, I am teaching ESL and Freshman Composition classes at the University of Texas at Arlington, USA. My international students come from all over the world, and they plan to start either undergraduate or graduate classes after they complete my class. Therefore, I am teaching them academic English skills - listening, speaking, writing and reading - which they will apply in a higher educational settings. Everybody has some aspects of the English language that they need help with, and I have extensive experience helping my students improve their skills. Let me know what you need help with, and I'll be happy to work with you!
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