Prices and Availability

One to One Conversation

All conversation classes take place on Zoom. Materials are provided for you, and lessons are planned around your learning needs. I will assign a topic and send your lesson more than two days in advance. This will give you time to prepare vocabulary or your point of view. You can also suggest a lesson! Just send it to me one day in advance. After the lesson, you will receive a Google Spreadsheet with any corrections or suggestions for further study. We will continue to use this spreadsheet for each class we have together so we can review concepts as needed. 24 hour notice is required if you need to cancel or reschedule.

** I am currently not accepting new students at this time. Click the button below to be added to my waiting list. **

30 minute lesson$12
45 minute lesson$16
60 minute lesson$20
Package: Five – 45 minute lessons$72
Package: Five – 60 minute lessons $90

A 10% discount applies to all lesson packages.

Group Classes

Group classes are held on Zoom and include groups of up to five students. This allows each student time to chat and receive correction, if necessary. During the lesson, I make notes of areas for continued study and provide them to each student as needed. Due to the pace of group classes, I am not able to provide individual feedback for each correction through Google Documents, but will be active in the class to answer any questions you may have about English! I am currently assessing interest in group classes. If you would like to join, please click the button below and fill out the contact form to be added to my interest list.

60 Minute Group Class$12

Existing Students

If you studied with me from March 2019 – June 2020, please use the button below to sign up for one to one classes with me. You will be redirected to a password protected page with a calendar to view my availability. Select the type of class you would like and click your desired day and time on my calendar to schedule. If you need any help, contact me at 🙂

“If you aren’t in over your head, how do you know how tall you are?

T.S. Eliot

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