You need help with words or numbers? I have a BA in Literature, and MBA.
You might think a native-speaker is the best foreign-language tutor. Wrong! Here's why: a child learns their native-language the easy way: born into it, so doesn't know what it's like to be an American kid trying to learn a foreign-language in a classroom.
I'm the first in my family to speak any foreign-language at all, and I learned three, THE HARD WAY, in a classroom, just like you! So, I know what it's like to be you. Now I speak: fluent French, fluent German, good Russian, some Italian, learning each one THE HARD WAY, in school, just like you!
From the perspective of an American kid trying to learn a foreign-language in a classroom, or ANYTHING INVOLVING WORDS OR NUMBERS, let me show you how to succeed or at least pass the tests.
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Undergraduate Degree: University of South Carolina-Columbia - Bachelor in Arts, French
Graduate Degree: University of South Carolina-Columbia - Masters in Business Administration, German
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