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Luiz Coletto English
English Language Teaching
Here you will find information about learning English as a Foreign Language (EFL). Learn about my courses and classes in General English, Exam Preparation, Academic English, and Conversation to find out which option best suits your needs. To know more about my background in ELT, click on read more. If you cannot find the solution you are looking for, get in touch.
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How can I help?
General English classes generally cover grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and all skills for a learner to become fluent and independent in the language.
Get ready for the most common tests sought by students worldwide, the TOEFL tests. I can also prepare you for all sorts of college proficiency tests.
English for academic purposes (EAP) helps you with university settings, research articles, and conference presentations. For professors and tutors, it is useful when English is a medium of instruction (EMI).
I provide conversation classes that will get you motivated and ready to interact in professional, academic, leisure, and travel situations. With audiovisual, grammar, and vocabulary inputs, these classes get you talking and debating on a variety of issues.
I have been teaching English since 2015. I received an M.A. in Communication and Culture at UFRJ (Brazil, 2013) and currently am a Ph.D. candidate at UFMG (Brazil). Besides having worked for an English school for four years, where I taught hundreds of learners at different levels, I have worked with dozens of private students since then. I am highly experienced in teaching English for academic purposes (EAP), delivering conversation lessons, and preparing candidates for the TOEFL tests (both iBT and ITP) and other proficiency exams. I have done fieldwork for my M.A. at a nonprofit in the United States and presented my research at conferences in Australia, Ecuador, Germany, Portugal, and the US. My youngest student was 4, and the oldest one was 83.
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