What, how, why

The most common question I’m asked when I tell people that I’m a tutor is ‘But why aren’t you a teacher?’ — a valid question, the answer to which I’m here to explain. Tutoring is often seen as a part-time profession, something you do to bridge gaps between ‘real’, full-time jobs, a lesser teacher — in general, not a career. With that in mind, I’d like to tell you a little story about how I took this hard work and turned it into a company.

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Languages in 2017

Last year I wrote an editorial in South East Business Magazine about the importance of languages for business, and how they can help corporate relationships. Despite the fact that I was already writing in a post-Brexit world, following Trump’s shock election I feel that issue of language learning has gained even more pertinence, and has thus led me to my first website blogpost.


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Natasha Saednejad