I had to write monthly reports in Japanese for my company, so he read them, corrected them while explaining to me the grammatical issues and teaching me a new vocabulary that is important to write my business reports. That way I was able to learn things that I really needed for my work.
I’ve worked with Kazuyo for years, and the most notable point I could make about her value as a teacher is her professional experience. She worked in senior management at a global firm for over a decade, and she’s been successful in business, both within and outside of Japan. And in addition to her own experience studying in the USA, Kazuyo supported her daughter in learning English and entering and graduating from university there. This experience, combined with her well-traveled background, and government-issued license to teach Japanese, sets her clearly apart from most others.
I'd love to teach Japanese to you. because I'm going to the school for getting a Japanese teacher qualifications right I also want to get a job of Japanese teacher abroad someday.Honestly I'm beginner for teaching Japanese. But I will work so hard for you.
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