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Shelia G. ...I love language and appreciate the richness that a multi-lingual experience can provide. My professional background is in business, sales, and marketing. What I realized after many years of being in the corporate world, is that my true passion is to teach and help others achieve their goals.
2 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, TOEFL
Providence, RI
Robert R. ...I am also proficient in public speaking through my experience as a police officer, educator, and student. I have, on many occasions, developed and delivered public seminars and courses to large audiences, and have completed several classes in public speaking to enhance my abilities to successful...
6 Subjects: including ASVAB, TOEFL, proofreading, sociology
Attleboro, MA
Sean K. ...I'm also a published journalist. First featured in the Sun Chronicle as a high school student, I more recently covered the New England Patriots as a Featured Columnist for the prominent Bleacher Report website. Several other major outlets also featured my work; including USA Today, CBS Sports and the Los Angeles Times.
11 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
North Attleboro, MA
Tom P. ...My mother was an English teacher for 30 years, so my grammar is perfect! I adore literature and have read many of the greatest books of the English language. John Steinbeck is my favorite author, and I will never forget reading "Of Mice and Men", a story that moved me to tears at a very young age.
30 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, geometry
Cranston, RI
Michael G. ...I love what I do. I enjoy it. I am enthusiastic about it and I have been told that it is infectious.
5 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, general computer, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Word
Cranston, RI

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