English with native speaking tutors

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Seeking an English native teacher? Easy. Pick from a whole bunch of skilled tutors from anywhere on the planet. Find the native English tutor you've always wanted to have, and get talking! On LiveXP, you'll find competent tutors who speak English as their first language. If you're keen on speaking a language, you'd better practice with those who, well, actually speak it. Perhaps, you prefer a specific accent? Not a problem. We've got English-speaking tutors from the UK, the US, South Africa, Ireland, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Why learn English with a native speaker?

While a lot of people want to learn with English native speakers straight away, it's not always a good idea. Ultimately, it depends on how well you speak English at the moment. If you're only starting out and have not gone beyond the intermediate level, it would be more effective for you to have a tutor who speaks your native language. This way, they can clarify anything for you in a way that's the most understandable. However, if you already feel more or less confident in the target language, you can try learning English with native speakers. But make sure to pay attention to whether it's actually helpful to you. Ask yourself, does it bring you more benefits, or does it make things more confusing? Another important thing to remember: a native speaker is not automatically the same as a great tutor. Native speakers can be great tutors, for sure. But being a native speaker doesn't magically make you a great tutor. You still need special training for that.

How to choose a great native English tutor?

When choosing a native English teacher, pay attention to the following aspects:
  1. Introduction video. It'll give you an idea of how this tutor is, how they speak, how they carry themself.
  2. Rating. But don't just look at the numbers. Read what other students are saying in their reviews.
  3. Qualifications. In the tutor's profile, see if they mention any certifications they have.
  4. Have a trial lesson with a tutor. What's great about trial lessons is that you'll be able to see if you and the tutor click as people. We all learn better with people we like.
But if you're already a confident English speaker, you can benefit from lessons with a tutor who's a native English speaker.

Should I learn English with native speakers online or offline?

We're all pressed for time these days. Which is why it makes more sense to learn English with native speakers in an online format. With online lessons, you don't need to waste time on commuting somewhere. You can take lessons at home or in the office.
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