Hi, I am looking for a volunteer english teacher whom I can host for approximately 10 days. I am keen to become fluent in english but I'm in need of some conversational practice. I travel to a lot of countries such as India and Africa and hope to be able to one day teach english to children there. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
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I am currently learning English as a second language and would like to practice speaking with either a native speaker or someone who is fluent in English for approximately 10 days. Food and board will be provided and I'm more than happy to show you the sights of my town and it's surrounding areas. You will be immersed in true Polish culture and hopefully learn something as well, along the way.
I'm not fluent in speaking english but would appreciate any help possible in becoming fluent.
You will be staying in my home for the duration of your stay. The house is fully equipped with everything you need to feel at home away from home. You will have your own private room, a shared bathroom and living areas. All meals will be prepared for you or with you if you have a desire to learn about vegetarian Polish cooking.
My home is situated in Gniezno, the first capital of Poland. Beautiful lakes and forests are a short walk away, along with 1000+ year old cathedrals and architecture. During your free time you can explore the town alone, or I can give you a tour around the best sights.
Close by is Poznań, a large city with a bounty of modern shopping centres and attractions. Old Poznań holds some of the most stunning buildings, quirky cafes, vendors and stalls. Not to mention the best places to find some delicious Polish delicacies.
I've previously hosted one volunteer english teacher. She loved exploring my town, the nearby city of Poznań and getting a taste of the Polish lifestyle.
You will gain some great teaching experience and be able to see some of Poland's most attractive sights.
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Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week