I am a graduate of UCLA, having majored in psychology, and prefer to give lessons by asking my students to write and then read aloud a short passage of English to test their capacity to express themselves fluently and with perfect pronunciation, conjugation, spelling, syntax, etc. with an emphasis on discouraging them from the trap of relying upon tired clichés.
I am a writer pained by imperfectly expressed English speakers' pronunciation, obsessively correcting common though significant mistakes made every day, all day long, from a plethora of well educated intimate friends, to senators, presidents, and on and on, all who unknowingly abuse the mighty tongue of English.
My CV is of an entirely informal nature, having an educated ear for wrongful English, and perhaps for behaving as if a teacher or tutor to others, children and adults alike, whom do not necessarily wish to be taught or tutored in their mother tongue. I attended a private, religious school called Berkeley Hall in Beverly Hills for 12 years where pupils' mistakes in written or spoken English seldom went uncorrected or , may I say, unpunished.
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