1. Choose a Day & Time

The first appointment is only 1 and completely stress free. The session lasts only 30 minutes. You can reserve an appointment by email or you can reserve directly on this widget:

2. Choose the Type of Class

Think about what type of lesson you want. You explain your goals, availability, interests, and preferences in this form. In your first appointment, your teacher will set a course outline based on your goals.

3. Check Your English Level

Find out your English Level by completing this English Level Test. In your first appointment, the teacher will show you your results and explain where you need to improve

4. Make a Payment

1 ! That is the total cost of your first 30 minute introductory session. Less than the price of a Pepsi! You can safely and easily pay by credit, debit, or Paypal using the buttons below:

For regular classes there are a few payment options:

If you live in the European Union, payment is made by bank transfer to a European bank. It is fast, safe, and free.

If you live in Canada, payment is made by Interac email transfer

If you are outside of the EU and Canada, you can pay by Paypal, debit, or credit card

5. Get Ready

The tech is simple enough that anybody can study with me. Here are the requirements:

If you are on a computer:

  • a PC or Mac
  • Skype, Facebook, or Zoom
  • a high speed internet connection
  • a headset with microphone (recommended)
  • an ethernet/LAN connection to your modem/router (recommended)

If you are on a phone or tablet:

  • an Android phone or tablet, or an iPhone or iPad
  • Skype, Facebook Messenger,  Zoom, or Whats App
  • a 4G or wifi internet connection
  • a headset with microphone (recommended)

6. Enjoy Your Class!

Classes are as simple as having a coffee with a colleague. In your free session we can see if I am a good fit for you. We can chat about how you’ve learned so far, how you like to learn, your expectations, my methodology and pedagogy. At the end of the session we can set up a schedule that is convenient for you.

Most students meet once or twice a week for a one-on-one video call. I will share articles, exercises, pictures, videos, audio clips, or songs in our classroom. The video and audio connections are excellent, and after a while, you almost forget that you are doing this online.