9 Italian Tutors Found Near Washington, DC

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Claudia V.

Italian Tutor

Bethesda, MD 20817

Will travel 25 miles

$80 per hour.

4.98 982 ratings

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Certified Native Spanish All Levels:HW & Test Prep/Conv.Skills

Last year, I was honored with a ranking in the top 250 of more than 72,000 WyzAnt tutors nationwide. I have been tutoring and teaching Spanish in the Washington area 15+ years and worked at the United Nations (UNHCR) for six years, as translator, interpreter and teacher. As a teacher, I also participated for 4 years at FLES (Foreign Language in Elementary Schools) at Montgomery County Public Schools. I have mentored high school students AP/SAT and IB, as well as diplomats, development speci... [more]

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Ester D.

Italian Tutor

Falls Church, VA 22046

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

4.96 23 ratings

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Native Italian Tutor and TEFL Certified ESL Tutor

Native speaker with wide understanding of the Italian grammar as well as the culture. NOTICE: As I will soon relocate in Italy, I am looking to increment my ONLINE LESSONS. Please ask for more details. Ciao! My name is Ester, born and raised in Italy, and I teach Italian and English as a Second Language. I studied in Rome at the School for Interpreters and Translators. I came in my mid twenties to the US to study AST and achieved other specializations as well. I have privately tutored in several subjects but in the last decade, I have been focusing in teaching English and l... [more]

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Celeste R.

Italian Tutor

Alexandria, VA 22304

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

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Skilled Italian native speaker

Ciao! I?m Celeste and i?m from Florence (IT), and i?m 24. I moved in Alexandria 3 years ago with an exchange program, and currently I?m a student at Northern Virginia Community College. I like teaching/training and I have been working a lot with kids, teenager and beginners adults. I love everything about my culture, food, arts and mostly my language, this is why I would like people to have the possibility to learn it. You want to learn how to speak in Italian? Because that?s what you wil... [more]

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Annabelle R.

Italian Tutor

Washington, DC 20007

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Annabelle Rose - Language and Art

I have been studying Italian for 6 years and am currently getting an MA in Italian studies. I just returned from a semester abroad in Rome and I go back to Italy every summer. I speak the language fluently and am well versed in tutoring students in their Italian writing, reading, conversation and grammar skills. Hi! I'm Annabelle, I'm 25 and in my second year of the Italian Studies program at Georgetown. I'm also focusing in sociolinguistics. I love art in all forms, and minors in photography and art history I'm undergrad. I have travelled to 20 different countries and I'm fascinated by forei [more]

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Francesco R.

Italian Tutor

Arlington, VA 22202

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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Italian and European History tutor

I was born and lived the first 20 years of my life in Italy, I was raised bilingual and I studied History as an undergraduate. My history proficiency goes from ancient (Roman and Greek in particular) to medieval (Renaissance in particular) to contemporary (up to now). After graduating I taught entry-level Italian courses for two semesters at Syracuse University. I am currently in my second year of the MA program in Italian at Georgetown University, where I have a 4.0 GPA, and have just return... [more]

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Francesca B.

Italian Tutor

Beltsville, MD 20705

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 31 ratings

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French and Italian Tutor

I'm Italian and Italian is my mother tongue. In 1999 I obtained a Diploma in Foreign Languages, and I know what it means learning a second/third language. I have a master's degree in Political Science - International Relations obtained in Italy. In May 2014 I started teaching Italian in US. Since November, I have been teaching Italian to children and adults at a private school in DC. Ciao! I'm Francesca and I come from Florence (Italy). I love languages since I was a kid because my dream was to travel and being able to communicate with people wherever I wanted to go. I was born and raised in [more]

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Mitchell A.

Italian Tutor

Washington, DC 20007

Will travel 4 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Experienced ESL Tutor and Graduate Student

Hi, my name is Mitchell and I am a recent college graduate with a degree in linguistics and minor in Japanese from Binghamton University. My love of language is a result of growing up in New York City, where I have met people from many different cultural and language backgrounds. I am continuing my academic pursuit of linguistics at Georgetown University. I have learned how language works and have developed skills for teaching English through working with an ESL class on campus. As a TA for... [more]

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Daniela M.

Italian Tutor

Washington, DC 20010

Will travel 2 miles

$60 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Experienced Language Tutor, native Italian and fluent in French!

I' m a native Italian speaker who is perfectly fluent in French having lived, worked and studied there for the last six years. Also I am a very qualified foreign language teacher with years of experience working with a wide range of students and levels in various languages; I have taught Italian in French public high and middle schools and tutored private students in Italian and French. I have a Master's degree in teaching Italian as a foreign language, a master's in modern European languag... [more]

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Ryan D.

Italian Tutor

Arlington, VA 22209

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Princeton Grad Specializing in SAT I, French, US History, Italian

I began taking private and semi-private lessons in Italian in the summer of 2010. I am a fluent speaker of French, took 5 years of Latin in high school, and have won multiple awards and honors for my ability in both languages, so I picked Italian up very quickly. When I entered Princeton University in the fall of 2013, I took the Italian placement test and passed out of the first two semesters of Italian and went straight to Italian 107, the third-semester course and the terminal course of Princeton's Italian language sequence. I received an A- in that course. I then, in the summer of 2014, pa [more]