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★ Help adult learners develop their skills and build confidence in listening and speaking
★ Make language learning accessible and manageable for busy adults
★ Empower introverted personalities to use their natural strengths to their advantage
★ Provide the most effective practices for introverted language learning adults
Kei has a master's degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MTESOL) and is certified in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL).
Hello! I'm Kei.
I'm a language lover who struggled with language learning for years. I thought I was doing things correctly, but whenever I tried my speaking skills in the real world, I failed... A LOT.
It was embarrassing for a long time. So, I worked harder, studied more grammar, watched TV series, and took a lot of language lessons. Nothing seemed to help me.
Being socially anxious and an introvert made it difficult for me to talk to new people, participate in classrooms, and strengthen my language skills.
I realized that I couldn't improve my second language until I understood how I naturally communicate in my first language.
There is nothing wrong with you and me. Introverted personalities just need a different approach.
Changing your perspective about the learning process could open doors for you.
Silence gives us time to choose our words carefully.
Language learning does not have a finish line, because there is always something new to discover.
Non-native speakers are just as important to the evolution of a language as native speakers are, especially in English.
Learning to accept your current limitations will help you improve more quickly.
Grammar rules are guidelines to help you be understood, but they are broken by everyone in varying degrees.
If you have a genuine interest in something, you absolutely can learn it.
You are not a bad student— you just need to fall in love with the language again.
The best method for learning a language is the one that fits your lifestyle, including your schedule, personality, and level of anxiety.