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Q: Guangzhou-volunteer to teach Chinese and hope to learn English

Hi, everyone!


I am a student who just graduated from Sun yat-sen University. I am good at Mandarin and Cantonese.


Hope to make a friend who is an English native speaker, so we can help each other to improve.


I could teach you Chinese and maybe you could teach me English.


And we could share our cultures.



2 years 50 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Guangzhou

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I suggest you contact non-chinese in your local area - try English Corners.

Be up-front and honest in what you want, which is free English lessons from a teacher.

unless you are a teacher of Chinese, saying you will teach chinese is not entirely honest.

Do you mean language partner?

there is a difference between teacher and language partner, and it sounds like you want an English teacher who will teach for free.


as i said - try adversting in your local area and above all be honest in your intentions.

engage in a conversation with people on this forum - don't just post and run like many do - show that you are a real person with real intentions and not a lazy free-loader who expects people to come to you.

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