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When I started teaching online five years ago, I chose italki as my platform to find students and it has been working perfectly for me. However, at times, italki doesn’t accept new English teachers and competition has also increased. So you may decide that you need more opportunities, especially when you just get started. Or you may prefer to teach for a company so that you don’t have to worry about finding students at all.

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This time I had the pleasure to do an interview with Waldir Prado who is originally from Peru but has been living in South Africa for quite a while and also likes to travel extensively.  He’s a great example that the digital nomad lifestyle is not only for privileged people from the US or West Europe. Everyone can do it if he has the right attitude and mindset. Nationality, gender or educational background should never stop us from striving for the life we want.

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Hoy tengo el placer de presentarte a Estefy, una profesora de español de Argentina que vive en Valencia, España . Conocí a Estefy hace poco tiempo, primero solo por Facebook pero mientras tanto charlamos por Skype también. Estefy es la profesora perfecta para ti cuando quieres aprender más que gramática y vocabulário porque su enfoque está en la cultura y como el idioma y su uso nos enseña mucho sobre un país o una región y su gente.

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I’m proud and thankful to present Luciana as my first interview partner here on Language Journeys. I first met her as my Portuguese teacher in 2015, so I can assure you that she’s a great teacher with a passion for her native language, a lot of patience and a dynamic teaching style. Later on, we became friends because we both lived in Portugal and had the chance to see each other in real life,

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