Profile

Bijou

$26 (45 min)
Qualification
Bacgelors degree in Economics
Tirbhuvan University - 2010

Name Bijou
Country Italy
Native Language Nepali
Preferred student age
Secondary school (12-17)
Students (17-22)
Adults (23-40)
Adults (40+)
Preferred level of students
Beginner
Pre Intermediate
Intermediate
Upper Intermediate
Advanced
Can also teach
English
Hindi
Can speak
Hindi

Subject

English

English lessons for children

English for traveling

Having English friends

Reading and writing English

Understanding English movies

About Tutor

Namaste everyone,
I am a native Nepali speaker who has recently moved to Italy after the earthquake. I have a bachelors degree in business and doing Linguistics program here in Rome. Nepali is the official language of the country Nepal and it is also spoken in some parts of India, Burma and Myanmar. Nepali is a charming language that can let you explore a new culture. I would be pleased to share my knowledge with you! The Nepali language is evolved from Sanskrit and it is difficult to exactly date the history of Nepali literature since most early scholars wrote in Sanskrit. Learning Nepali is slightly difficult as the letters of the language are very different from English. Well, if you do-not want to proceed with writing it would still be fine. Nepali is all about grammar and it takes a lot of effort to make the words sound correct when speaking, but don't worry because I can let you make as many mistakes as needed for you to get words exactly the way they are spoken. The tutoring will mostly be based in English translating the exact way Nepali letters are pronounced, but the Devanagari letters will still be explained to you, if you like. Of course, we will also practice conversation, which will allow you to interact with people when visiting Nepal, which is still an amazing place to visit despite the damages from the earthquake. I look forward to hearing back from you!

Experience

I have been teaching Nepali to foreigners since August 2015, before that I mostly worked as a translator for a documentary movie shot in Nepal, and also volunteering to teach basic computing skills to the blind, also helping them to understand the terms in Nepali from English. And in Rome I have been teaching English to kids.

Teaching Approach

Learning Nepali is slightly difficult as the alphabets of the language are very different from the English ones. Well, if you do-not want to proceed with the writing it would still be fine. Nepali is all about grammar and it takes a lot of effort to make the words sound correct when speaking, The tutoring will mostly be based in English translating the exact way Nepali words are pronounced, but the Devanagari letters will still be explained to you, if you like.