- English (Australia): ネイティブ
- Japanese: 中級
- French: 初級
Business English, IELTS Preparation, VERSANT practice and Everyday English - Free Conversation
Hello, my name is Serena and I am Australian. I live in Adelaide, which is the capital city of South Australia. I have a passion for learning and teaching foreign languages and have studied both French and Japanese at school and university. I hold the degree of Master of Teaching English as a Second Language from Flinders University in Adelaide.
I lived in Tokyo, Japan for about nine years and worked at a large corporate law firm called Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu for most of that time. While living in Tokyo, I visited many places all over Japan including Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa. I have also travelled to 55 countries and territories and all seven continents.
I have been teaching English on SkimaTalk since March 2016 and have taught many students of all ages, levels and abilities. I look forward to helping you improve your English language skills and abilities on SkimaTalk, and seeing you achieve your goals in English. Speak soon!
I have extensive knowledge and experience in legal English.
I can help you practice and prepare for your online VERSANT test.
I can provide a wide range of interesting topics for us to talk about in our free conversation sessions to help improve and challenge your speaking skills.
I can help you practice and prepare for your IELTS speaking and writing tests.
I teach all levels of business English from beginners to advanced.
外国語 › Japanese (学士)
法律学 › Law (学士)
英語・英文科 › MA TESOL (修士)
English Language Instructor in Tokyo, Japan - Teaching conversational English lessons to Japanese adults; selecting, planning and conducting lessons; monitoring student performance and reporting on student progress; performing demonstration lessons and level assessments for new or potential students; maintaining a clean, comfortable and welcoming environment
English Legal Editor in Tokyo, Japan - Reviewing, editing and proofreading all kinds of legal documents prepared by Japanese corporate lawyers for international clients wishing to set up companies and branch offices in Japan; translating Japanese emails and notices into English for non-Japanese speaking attorneys and staff members working at Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Japan's biggest law firm