Day Two: We went over basics!!
My name is Sam Bleakly,
I’m the community manager at italki!
In July I will be traveling to Japan for the first time…. and I know absolutely no Japanese!!!
As a solution, I will be taking 30 lessons on italki before my trip and documenting what I learn by making videos of me learning Japanese.
Here is my first video where i’m tired from a long day of work at italki and trying to remember all of the Japanese vocabulary that I’ve learned!!!!:
Learning a language can be challenging, so here are 3 tips from one of our italki tutors on what to focus on in order to reach your goal!
Welcome to our first Teacher of the Week spotlight on the italki blog.
This feature of the blog is designed to highlight teachers that are doing a particularly good job of promoting themselves and the italki community as a whole.
This week’s featured teacher is Amy, http://www.italki.com/teacher/T009486285.htm
Amy teaches Korean, and is also a preschool English teacher.
Here is Amy’s introduction video:
Amy has taught 115 sessions, and currently has 29 students with a feedback rating of 4.9.
So for those of you wanting to learn what gangam style is actually talking about, book a lesson with Amy today.
*Teachers are selected based on activity, cleanliness of profile, and student satisfaction. If you would like to nominate yourself or another teacher, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org