See courses, fees, and availability here.

Do you know of anyone who wants to improve their English language skills in the fastest, most effective way possible?

I am looking for people in the upper intermediate (7th – 9th grade ability) through upper advanced (13th year and on) range who have a strong need or desire to take their English language skills—reading, writing, listening, and speaking—to a higher level.

These would be college students, professors and academics, business people, and government officials who need to be able to communicate at an advanced level for their studies or profession.

*** All of the classes are intensive one-on-one sessions with me over Skype.

*** One set of courses focus on listening, reading, and speaking practice and another on improving the student’s writing ability.

*** There is also a service designed to help academics or professionals improve the quality of a paper or article for publication or a speech for a verbal presentation.

*** And for activists and scholars interested in nonviolent conflict, there is a specialized course providing an introduction to the field and the terms, ideas, and debates associated with it.

My qualifications and teaching methodology, and course descriptions, prices, and availability are here.

Please pass this information on to anyone you know that may have an interest in improving his or her English language skills.

Thank you all for the help,


Bridging the gap between the public and the academy.

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