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I am a teacher who decided to be a teacher when I was 16, back in 2001. I have learned English by myself in my teens, and fell in love with the language. I have a degree in Letters, as well as a postgraduate degree in Grammar,Language and Use. I have taught for kids, teens and adults, at private language courses, public schools and at the University as well. I also have learned Spanish, French and some Swedish by myself. I love languages and grammar!
I am a teacher who decided to be a teacher when I was 16, back in 2001. I have learned English by myself in my teens, and fell in love with the language. I have a degree in Letters, as well as a postgraduate degree in Grammar,Language and Use. I have taught for kids, teens and adults, at private language courses, public schools and at the University as well. I also have learned Spanish, French and some Swedish by myself. I love languages and grammar!
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