Thank you for your lesson. I was able to review effectively the contents of today's lesson , thanks to your type.
Kathryn G.先生 08/20
I enjoyed talking about the article whose title was Bad marriage,Bad health. My tutor's question was a little difficult, but she made me understand. Thank you.
Joyce AN.先生 08/20
Thank you as usual for the nice discussion. See you next time.
Mark M.先生 08/20
Thank you for the lesson. I really enjoyed the discussion with you. See you next time.
Helen B.先生 08/20
フリートークで、とても楽しい話でした。 日本にも詳しいので、話も合います。 こちらのペースに合わせて話をしてくれます。
Amanda A.先生 08/20
I read the article in Japan Times. Thank you for sharing your opinion with me. Also, you gave me some tips to make it sound more natural. I appreciate your kindness. I would like to book your class again. See you next time.
Tadamasa M.先生 08/20
My first daughter took your lesson using a cartoon. She said she had a fun time with you. Thank you for the great lesson. See you next time.
Tadamasa M.先生 08/20
I had an enjoyable lesson with her. She is a professional and super nice teacher. Her teaching methods are clear and easy to follow. Thank you very much.
Rhigan Y.先生 08/20
We talked about the article "Third of farmed fruit and veg deemed too ugly to sell". Unexpectedly, a lot of fruit and vegetables have been discarded which are misshapen and worng size. The reason is that customers tend not to buy irregular size or shaped produces. This trend is also seen in Japan. But, actually quite a few customers don't mind shape and size of produces if the quality is same. To select good fruits and vegs, farmers grow excess produces and spend much energy and logistics become complicated. We should accept such produces which are ugly but have standard quality. Mark explained my unfamiliar words and phrases and suggested the essential points of the article. Especially, I like "wonky" =not straight or level, sounds cool. "go a long way to..",,,etc. Thank you, Mark for the interesting topic as always. See you next time.
Mark D.先生 08/20
It's been a while to have Chris's lesson since we had Obon holidays, but I'm relieved that their English wasn't getting rusty. They enjoyed his lesson very much as usual. I'm happy that they are learning a lot from Chris.
Chris T.先生 08/20


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名前:Benoit C. 国籍:カナダ
日本語:上級 居住地:Japan
講師経験年数:3年以上 キッズ: OK
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  • 生徒からの評価
  • レッスン予約
エイゴックス登録日 2018年7月31日
ニックネーム: Benoit (ベノア)
自己紹介 Dear students,

I come from Quebec (Canada). This is why I have two native languages (French and English) in which I am perfectly fluent.
I like to travel around the world and that is what I do for a living. I am also very attached to Japan since I did most of my university life here (1 year in Nagoya and 3 years in Niigata), and because I work here since 2018 (Miyagi).

I am also fluent in Japanese. This makes me able to explain harder English concepts to Japanese learners more easily.

I have a lot of experience in teaching because I developed my own way to teach in the past 3 years. This teaching method was especially efficient with my previous students who all became very fluent in English. Since it is completely different than the way it is taught in schools normally, students have a different view on the language that will make anyone progress fast !

Available lessons :
-Grammar 文法 (Recommended)
-Reading Comprehension 読解 (Materials can be chosen by the students or the teacher)
-Translation 翻訳 (Japanese to English, Materials can be chosen by the students or the teacher)
-Writing 作文
-Conversation 会話
-Questions and answers 問答

I look forward to meet you soon!
趣味 Sports, Billiards, Traveling, Eating
  • キッズ

  • 入門

  • 初級

  • 中級

  • 上級

  • ビジネス会話

  • 時事英語
スタッフからのご紹介 カナダ・ケベック出身のベノア先生は日本語通訳としてお仕事をする、聡明で穏やかな性格の先生です。



(2018/7/31 記載)