How can Czech tutoring help you succeed?
Czech is a complex language for anyone to learn, and many of its features are especially unintuitive for native speakers of English. For instance, Czech involves fewer tenses than English does, necessitating English speakers to give additional thought to selecting the appropriate tense for their verbs in those cases where an English tense doesn't have a Czech equivalent.
Whether you are taking Czech classes in a collegiate setting for a language requirement, are learning the language to supplement your professional skillset, or want to become fluent in Czech for any other reason, Varsity Tutors can help you connect with a private Czech language tutor who can help you overcome any difficulties you may experience during your language-learning process.
Our educational directors can help you select the Czech language instructor best suited to helping you meet your language goals by evaluating a number of factors, such as previous experience with the language, goals, strengths, weaknesses, and personality. Your tutor can design a unique curriculum for your tutoring sessions to follow, paying particular attention to the concepts that most worry you.
Confounded by word pronunciation and Czech spelling? Your tutor can introduce vocabulary to you in an organized way and employ teaching strategies that best help you remember them. Having a hard time with gendered nouns? If so, your tutor can spend more time on this aspect of the language. Need to work on your conversational skills? Your tutor can act as your speaking partner and provide valuable feedback on aspects of your pronunciation and sentence structure that might otherwise elude you. You may not be getting the type of practice you need to fluently speak Czech in your classes. Chances to speak in a classroom setting are often limited, and many people feel uncomfortable speaking in front of their peers. Working with a personal tutor can help in both regards because you will get the opportunity to practice as much as you need to and you may feel more comfortable working with someone on an individual level, especially when you know they won't judge you for making mistakes.
Unlike group classes, a personal tutor will organize lessons based on your specific situation, and sessions can adapt to your needs and progress. Additionally, your tutor will aim to make your sessions as convenient as possible by traveling to you instead of asking you to travel to him or her. Varsity Tutors' live learning platform also allows you to meet with your private tutor face-to-face online. This provides you with a great deal of flexibility, because it enables you to pick the time and location that works best for you. Your sessions can be held wherever it is most convenient for you, at the times that work best in your schedule. Whether that happens to be in a local branch of your public library, in one of your favorite coffee shops or cafes, at your dining room table, or online, your tutor is happy to accommodate your schedule and needs.
Trying to learn Czech on your own can be a process fraught with unnecessary frustrations, and group classes won't cater to your specific needs. A group class also may not help much in learning about Czech culture. Learning about a culture is a vital aspect of learning a language that is often neglected. A private tutor who has experience living in a Czech-speaking country can be an invaluable resource, because they can provide you with the type of insight and information you really can't get anywhere else. Contact Varsity Tutors today and let us help you connect with a private Czech language tutor who can help you along your path to fluency.