How can I help you? I help learners and teacher of English get more confident in their skills. Please get in touch if you’d like a lesson or teacher mentoring with me.
Why do I do this? I believe that all language is important, and all communication is worthwhile. I want to help you get better at communicating.
I’m also passionate about helping learners get better at speaking English. I can help you set goals, change your mindset, and achieve your main aims in learning English.
Please see my calendar here to book a free trial lesson with me.
Who am I? You can call me Abbie! I have over 12 years experience teaching English to people from over 40 different countries, and online too. I have a CELTA and Master’s in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
I’m British, and I live in Japan with my husband and our two daughters. I love travelling and crafts; especially knitting, crochet and beadwork. I don’t like bananas or escalators.
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