6 Japanese Tutors Found Near El Cajon, CA



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Bryan M.

Japanese Tutor

National City, CA 91950

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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BA in Japanese and History Enthusiast

I have a BA in Japanese, studied it for 4 years, and have taken courses in Classical Japanese and Japanese Linguistics. I always made study sessions for my classmates to help them understand the material in the simplest way possible and even made notes for them to better understand. I also understand the difficulty of learning Japanese, as I have gone through it, and can use that understanding to help new learners understand it too. Hello, my name is Bryan! I'm a recent graduate from UCI and have a Bachelor's in Japanese Language and Literature. Throughout high school and college I have always [more]


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Asako S.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92105

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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I'm a native Japanese speaker to help you learn Japanese

I am a native Japanese speaker and fluent in speaking, reading, writing, and comprehending the Japanese language. I have a Bachelor's degree in Linguistics from UC San Diego and have worked for American Fortune 500 companies exploiting business opportunities with Japanese companies. I can teach not only conversational Japanese but also business manners and cultural significance in Japan. I was born and raised in Japan and came to the United States as a high school exchange student, so I had a fair share of frustrating experience in learning a new language. I have a B.A. in Linguistics from U [more]


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Kyle R.

Japanese Tutor

Santee, CA 92071

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Tutor experienced in Japanese courses

I am well suited to tutoring Japanese material. My undergraduate degree is in Japanese, and I have much experience using it in reading and writing. My knowledge of the material is enough to ably teach any beginning and intermediate courses, and I can capably guide students even being tested on advanced materials. Hello there, I'm an experienced but fresh tutor that would love to help you out with your classes. I've been through the college life and I know that it can be a hassle to make it through homework, quizzes, tests, and dreaded exams. Although it can be daunting, it's important to get t [more]


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Christopher L.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92131

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

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Journey with me into a realm of experience...

I am a New York University graduate with a BFA in Film & Television with a minor in Game Design. I lived in Japan for 6 years and loved it there. I aspire to have a career in the entertainment industry as an artist; whether it be through film production, animation, music, or graphic writer. I also hope to get inspiration from the people who share the same interests as me. Although I am quite new to tutoring, I believe that I will be able to create a comfortable atmosphere for my students a... [more]


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Akeem M.

Japanese Tutor

Santee, CA 92071

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Tutor specializing in Japanese

Hi! My name is Akeem and I am an aspiring special education teacher in San Diego, CA. I currently work as a special education aide at a nearby high school and love working there! I will be attending San Diego State this fall to get my teaching credential for Special Education students with Mild/Moderate disabilities. I can remember my first opportunity to tutor elementary school students when I was in the 7th grade and I enjoyed it. It is so awesome to see a student realize that they can achi... [more]


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Brandon G.

Japanese Tutor

San Diego, CA 92105

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Patient and Knowledgeable President's List Tutor

I have recently taken some Japanese classes at Palomar College. So far, I have passed the first two semesters both with Bs. I have a firm grasp on how to write the hiragana and katakana of the language properly. I can provide a written chart if need be to prove this. I'll admit I still struggle a bit on the kanji, but considering someone whose first language is English is trying to learn a picture language that part is usually not that easy considering the kanji can have quite different meanings depending on which ones they're paired with. I'm constantly expanding my repertoire in this area [more]