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Krystle講師

Krystle講師

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総受注件数:
90件
出身国:
オーストラリア
居住国:
メキシコ
講師の特徴
  • 受験対策が得意
  • ビジネス英語が得意
主な取得資格
I have a bachelor's degree in theatre, majoring in literature and stage performance, gained at James Cook University. I also have a master's degree in criminology (from Bond university) and am about to graduate from Deakin university with another bachelor's degree, majoring in journalism and philosophy.
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趣味・好きな国・訪問した国
I love biking, swimming in the ocean, surfing, yoga and martial arts. I hope to one day become a philosophy professor so have done a lot of study (with plenty still ahead of me). I love travelling and have spent time in the USA, Canada, India, Europe, Nepal and Japan. In Nepal and India, I lived in monasteries and studied Tibetan Buddhism and Sanskrit. Learning languages is another great passion of mine and I am hoping to return to Japan sometime soon to learn more about Zen Buddhism and work on my Japanese language skills.
添削へのこだわり・メッセージ
With a strong background in both English and Japanese, I am able to understand the nuances of the languages and provide detailed and insightful advice on translating from one to the other. I am a native English speaker and have a wealth of information to share with you on common terms and phrases, particularly ones from Australia (where I live). Along with offering corrections and detailed descriptions to help you learn, I will let you know what you're doing right (and why), so you know to keep up with it. My aim is to help you get your writing to the level of a native English speaker. I look forward to working with you soon.
  • free4

    free4

    Thank you for your checking!
    Your detailed explanation really helps my study!
    Especially, I confused “then” with “so” but your explanation make me clear!
    Yes, prepositions always confuse me haha.
    Another teacher said “your English writing skill is very good but not perfect. So, you should use a dictionary.”
    I agree his opinion, then I will use a dictionary more!
    Please check my another essay soon!
    Thank you again!

    ★★★★★
  • nony2018

    nony2018

    Thank you very much! I!

    ★★★★★
  • asamik

    asamik

    Thank you for giving some useful alternative ways!

    ★★★★★
  • Reik0

    Reik0

    Thank you for your friendly comments. The advices about determiners are really helpful for me because I was confused by how to use them. Thank you.

    ★★★★★
  • muckluck

    muckluck

    Dear Krystle,

    Thank you as always.
    There are a lot of useful information in your comments, so I'm gonna read them repeatedly and make sure.
    I'm looking forward to next lesson. Bye.

    Sincerely,
    muckluck

    ★★★★★
  • jumpei

    jumpei

    Your message motivated me a lot to practice more English!

    ★★★★★
  • kenji00529

    kenji00529

    Thanks a lot for your helpful advise on English grammar!

    Best regards,

    Kenji

    ★★★★★
  • kentxu

    kentxu

    Hi Krystle, thank you very much for your acknowledgement on my long-lasting efforts in learning English. Through the past years of learning, I have been always wishing if I were born as a native English speaker.(this is just a sarcasm hahaha...) Anyway thank you very much, I am so glad to hear your complement :)

    ★★★★★

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