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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Thank you very much for your interest. I have flexible work hours so we can get together at your convenience. I offer Zoom (Facetime, Skype) for 45 min or face-to-face 45~60 min lessons, once a week or several times a week, depending on your needs. Please let me know if you need additional information and I look forward to working with you! Happy to be part of your work make sounds real Japanese behind!! Tuition: •Trial session $40 (45 min.), weekday only. Weekday $50, Saturday $60 (45min.). You can buy our Weekday Discount Coupon (10 lessons Pack)↓ 10 lessons pass for weekdays: (45 minutes ×10) $450 (online) or $550 (face-to-face lesson) /10％ OFF expiring date 90days / No Refund ■Cancel policy I have a 24-hour cancellation policy. Cancellations and postponements are welcome without penalty given at least 24 hours of notice. Inside of 24 hours, students are welcome to cancel or postpone their lessons you will be charged the cancellation fee (50% through PayPal or Venmo)
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have a Bachelor of Science Degree of Business Administration of Marketing from Southern Connecticut State University. I graduates of Japan Society’s Teacher Training Program. I has taught Japanese privately for 6 years in the New York City.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
With a Japanese tutor, you’re able to study at your own pace and focus on the skills that are most important to you, but you also have an expert speaker of the language available to correct you, explain new concepts and keep you on task. Unlike a language exchange—which costs nothing but the time you spend teaching your partner your native language—you’ll have a trained teacher to explain grammar and other more complex topics.