As a born and bred Swede I am fluent in all things Swedish. Luckily growing up I was fortunate enough to vacate to Los Angeles a lot and so by the time I was 10 I was pretty fluent in English. Alongside the traveling, I would watch t.v and read books and have books read to me all in English. This is something I believe really helped me develop my passion for learning the language. It is also a technique I use in my teachings.
I moved to Los Angeles in August 2017 to study Acting. This is where I realized how good at English I truly was. No one suspected I was an international. I ironed out my "Swedish" sounds in Voice class, where I learned how to change the position of my vocal instruments.
Through my training, I learned techniques on how to support others, how to educate others, and how important knowing and understanding English is.
All these things I learned I now want to pass on to you.
Fanny was a life saver. I moved here 10months and my English really wasn't good. I was struggling to find work because my accent was thick and i was struggling understanding what the interviewer was saying to me. Fanny was very patient, first off she helped me reduce my accent on the words i did know, alongside introducing me to new words through reading aloud, watching a friends eposide with subtitles etc. Setting me challenegs such as reading books in English also really helped me. She was so supportive and after a month i landed myself a job!
Extremely calm and patient, she definitely knows what she’s talking about. Overall a great teacher and a lot of fun to work with!
I like to teach my students the same way I learned English in the first place; listening to it and reading it, explaining what I'm hearing/reading, talking/telling stories, analyzing texts/videos in English and writing short stories.
I started helping my friends and family members out with their English homework for school and after a while, of really enjoying it, I decided to start helping more people than friends and family and also make some money doing it.
I'd like for my students to know what they need help with the most so that we have somewhere to start; maybe it's reading, writing or understanding that you struggle with and we could start with some easy exercises.
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