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Bilingual Bridges, LLC
from 9 reviews
  • 1 year in business
  • 12 hires on Thumbtack
Brian K.
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Excellent lessons, customized for my educational needs

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  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Fabio F.
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Tami is an engaging English’s teacher and is very helpful and dedicated in building personal classes according to the student’s English needs. She selects a great variety of homework and after discusses the mistakes in the online classes. Another positive point is she uses two cameras during her sessions…one for her and other for the blackboard thus making the class more dynamic and easier to understand. In this way, I highly recommend Tami for ESL classes for any English level.

  • 12 years in business
Edwin C.
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Una muy buena persona con mucha paciencia para enseñar y con muchas cualidades de un excelente maestro. Gracias barnett mi hijo mi esposa y yo te lo agradecemos mucho. Familia Cuevas

  • 4 years in business

Thanks for your interest in Talk Daily! I have been teaching English online to foreign students since last year when I finished my TEFL program at I To I an internationally known and respected certification school for ESL teachers. My goal is to help all who desire to speak English to the best of there ability. I focus on grammar and pronunciation in conversation. My quote includes daily thirty minute conversations, pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar exercises along with any goal that you have in mind for one month (I work Mon-Fri only). Talk Daily has a Facebook presence that I would love for you to connect with. I have so much fun meeting students with different cultures and backgrounds. All of my supporters on Facebook are from different parts of the world. I look forward to meeting new students and helping them to achieve all their English language goals. I hope that we can connect!


I taught French and Spanish at the secondary level (high school) for 30.5 years. I am now retired. I am very much outgoing and determined person. I love both languages and can understand Italian.


Welcome to Brick by Brick Lessons! BbB provides tutoring in a multitude of subjects from math to English. I am based in Fishers, IN. I tutored in high school and university, which led me to a career as an ESL teacher abroad. Despite a focus on English, my English classes have been designed for all different subjects, leaving me able to tutor you if you need help. Brick by Brick Lessons will provide you not only support in person but also resources online to help you help yourself. Please take a look at the list of available subjects below: - English: Literature, Reading, Grammar, and Writing - English as a Second Language - Math: Algebra, Geometry, and Precalculus - German: Literature, Language, and Culture - History - SAT Prep - TOEFL Prep If you need help with any of these subjects, please feel free to contact me. Depending on the length of each lesson and number of people, my quote will be competitive!


I give quality tutoring at fair prices. I am 22 years old. I have played guitar for over 12 years. I have a bachelors degree in elementary education with a minor in reading from Indiana State University.



I provide services for math tutoring, stained glass mosaics, guitar lessons, and English tutoring. I have taught college level courses for the past 11 years. I have also taught SAT preparation courses and worked for Pearson, the developers of the SAT.


We hear constantly how one of the most important things to do in life is to follow your dreams. None of us want to wake up 20 years after, regretting the fact that we didn't give our all and did what we really wanted to do. Well, my philosophy is that thinking that thought every once in a while is okay and even understanding what your dreams are is fine too, but actually accomplishing those things is a whole different story -- one that involves hard work, dedication and an intense desire to learn. I venture to instill these values into what I teach -- music. I am currently a student at Ball State University on track to graduate with a bachelor's degree in music media production. This entails in-depth courses in music theory, music history, performance and technology. I've also been studying and playing music for 10 years. I started out by playing guitar, then piano, and I have also been in choirs continuously since age 13. At about age 14, I started studying music theory -- scales, chords, styles, harmony, etc. Since then, I have devoted at least 20 or 30 hours per week to study and practice, with that number growing to probably over 30 in the last couple of years. If it's not obvious already, music is certainly my passion. I am also a dedicated student of all subjects. I scored a 2010 on my SAT, so I am proficient in basic math, reading comprehension and writing, and through the many different subjects I have devoted time and effort to, I have come to believe that one of the most important parts of truly learning about anything is understanding and recognizing how these things relate to another; math is an integral part of music theory and rhythm, and listening to a song is similar in many ways to reading a book, and scientific laws explain how music physically happens and how our bodies and minds react to it. My teaching style is holistic and expansive. I want any student of mine to come away thinking about things in a different way because in my experience, the best teachers I've had are not the ones who spit out the same things they've been taught but provide a unique and exciting perspective on their subject.

  • 14 years in business

i love teaching and learning.

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