Do you want to make quick progress with your Romanian? Do you want to understand and be able to use all aspects of grammar and vocabulary? I would be very glad to help you and make learning this language enjoyable for you.
My name is Camelia and I am currently living in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. I am majoring in Japanese and minoring in English at the Faculty of Letters, so I do understand the effort of studying a foreign language and, from my own experience, I needed new ways each time to make it more enjoyable and interactive to be able to continue and not give up. Along the time, I made lots of friends and we shared our native languages, so I know how to make it more enjoyable for you to learn Romanian. Learners have different needs and so each lesson will help you speak more fluently and accurately, and also to understand more of what you hear and read.
I am a tutor with a flexible and friendly teaching style based on my students' specific goals and learning style.
- For beginners - I prepare special materials to gradually and methodically develop the students' vocabulary, comprehension, pronunciation, and grammar skills, as well as the abilities in reading, writing and listening.
- For intermediate and advanced - my style of teaching is conversational. The student is able to build their confidence while I offer gentle and constant correction while listening carefully for repeated problems.
- If we need to discuss a grammar topic during our conversation, I explain the problem quickly and simply with plenty of examples and then allow the student practice the grammar before we return to our topic.
-I also play a variety of speaking games with my students, explaining important grammar points if I notice the student making the same mistake many times.
-I set assignments after each lesson. The student prepares the homework and we correct and discuss it together in the next class. I also encourage students to read, which helps incorporate vocabulary and grammar in an organic way.
- In their spare time, I encourage students to read novels, websites, magazines and listen to the music. If students have any problem with their private reading or listening, they are free to take a note of anything they find difficult and ask me about it in class time.