I am a student of ONU named after Mechnikov, almost a certified specialist. He spent the last few years studying languages, and the last two years spent studying one single question "How can a language be compared with a native language". I have always been sure that there is no special difference between foreign and native, only in memories. Now I was able to get detailed answers to this question and everything related to it. Also in the last few years, I have been engaged in methodology for learning the language, taking into account all the errors, looking for ways to eliminate them and deriving something of my own. I called this method a "language field" because that's what it looks like. This language field is formed from sound, and embodied in words and the connections between them. That's what language work looks like with me: from the first lesson on and beyond, we work on the sounds of the language. In this concept, I am different from the rest of the world. Not so that you have a beautiful pronunciation: with successful study of the sounds of the language, the digestibility of words and gramatics is simplified. Next is a field of two axes: vocabulary and contextuality. You work out the vocabulary yourself through daily repetition (you do not need to learn anything, but you need to read every day). The number of words starts from 400 and then on your ability to learn it and on the subject. The second axis, contextuality, which also includes grammar, we work out already with you. You learn words, and I help you to arrange them correctly in the language with minimal effort. At first it will be very confusing and heavy! But after some time (1-3 months) you will get used to the grammatical structures of the language and will calmly use it. Your possession will be limited only to lexical reserve. It's easier than you would do with someone and faster; it's more natural (because you teach everything as it is, and don't suffer from the fact that you want to say something, and you can't, because you haven't come to this topic yet). And in any case, no matter how you learn the language, it will always be confusing and difficult in the beginning. So I think it's going to be okay. The method was tested only on me and showed itself quite well. If you want to experience it for yourself, I'm all for it. The course consists of 4-5 months and includes 2-3 lessons per week. The purpose of the B2 course in Spanish, or at least approaching this mark (depends on the possibilities).
I teach Spanish via Skype, or any other video/audio communication service. according to the "language field" methodology, which he has developed in recent years. You can read about this in the description. An English course is possible. You can al…
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