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Patrick W.
...Thank You,PatrickI played football throughout high school and played Division III football at Carnegie Mellon University. I played Wide Receiver, Defensive Back, and Quarterback. I have coached Youth Football for 5 years as both an assistant and Head Coach, winning 2 championships.
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30 Subjects: including reading, chemistry, physics, geometry
Patrick W.
$40.00/hr
Washington, DC
Ross K.
...Most Russian tutors available have a thick accent or are Americans who don't truly speak the language. I feel I would be your best option.I speak fluent, unaccented Russian at the 4/4/4 level (fluency is achieved at level 3) as evaluated by a representative of the State Department of the Untied ...
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2 Subjects: including English, Russian
Ross K.
$48.00/hr
Bethesda, MD
Francesca C.
...Understanding the basics of the English grammar and its application. All parts of speech and their use in the English language will be covered. Writing and speaking English with proper utilization of grammar.
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8 Subjects: including reading, ESL/ESOL, grammar, public speaking
Francesca C.
$35.00/hr
Washington, DC
Margaret H.
...My name is Margaret, and I would like to help you or a loved one with any of your educational needs. I graduated from Clemson University with Magna Cum Laude Honors in 2011 with a degree in Spanish and International Business. Currently, I am a first-year law student here in DC.
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10 Subjects: including English, Spanish, reading, writing
Margaret H.
$40.00/hr
Washington, DC
Karin N.
...This gives me a chance to see their ability to stay focused and understand what they have read. We then develop a plan based on what they can realistically do ? perhaps as little as 5 minutes of work followed by a short break. Over time, we keep lengthening the amount of time spent working and decrease the breaks.
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9 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, grammar, special needs, autism
Karin N.
$35.00/hr
Rockville, MD
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