Learning can be oodles of FUN!

If you are having FUN, you are learning!



Most adults find it hard to learn a new language. It is mostly because they find it difficult to handle not being able to express themselves well verbally and relax into looking and sounding silly.


I have been teaching for a long time. I have gone through many different stages of teaching and styles over the years. At university, I majored in methodology because I believed in the importance of ‘ how’ we teach. 


At first, I thought that methodology was the key to teaching well – it is, actually, a good start – so I tried many different types of teaching styles to see which one worked best. None of them did because they approached people scientifically not practically. I still think that methodology is a cool science, but I do not favour one type of teaching over another.


It is because I realized that the needs of my students should be my guiding light when it comes to ‘ how’ I teach.


Through numerous questions and thorough investigations, I learn about my students, what their learning style is, what kind of support they really need, what kind of material would help them have more fun, etc.


When studying with me, every student receives an individualized learning plan, topics and material created for them specifically based on their needs and wishes.


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Back to Basics – Language Acquisition @ Large!
Patricia Kuhl studies how we learn language as babies, looking at the ways our brains form around language acquisition.


Patricia Kuhl shares astonishing findings about how babies learn one language over another — by listening to the humans around them and “taking statistics” on the sounds they need to know. Clever lab experiments (and brain scans) show how 6-month-old babies use sophisticated reasoning to understand their world.



I don’t teach English the traditional way, in the classroom-style. My intention is to maintain your motivation of acquiring the language. Just like a child, step by step, you ‘inhale’ the language by acquiring it and ‘exhale’ it by using it. The longer you are exposed to the language, the more you ‘pick it up’.


The lessons’ material build on real life situation such as watching sitcoms, watching film extracts, reading parts from various novels, playing games, discussing different topics, having chit-chats of different topics, even going to places … I draw my materials from life so you can learn the ‘living’ language, just like a child does when s/he learns his/her mother tongue.


I adapt to you. I detect your style of learning and understanding then I create the learning material around your interests, abilities and learning style.