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I am fluent in English (lived in the USA for 9 years, and did my master's in the USA) and Korean.
I got 110/120 in IPT/TOFEL (2007), and 990/990 2 times for TOEIC, and 920 on GRE (2005).
As much as speaking proficiently in English, I am good at teaching the techniques for acing an ETS test.
I lived in Korea for 30 years, and want to learn Japanese well enough to pass the JPT N1 but am currently limited to the basic Hiragana and Katakana and some very basic Japanese. As I said, above, once I know the basics, I am pretty good at taking tests.
I have been thinking of going to a hagwon, but I have limited time only on the weekends, due to my full time job.
If you are interested in language exchange, and some advice on learning Japanese fast, please let me know.
Or if you are working at a Japanese hagwon in Korea, that you recommend, please let me know.
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