Teach English Online

John Buchanan used to teach English at Nova before it went bankrupt in the 00s. He writes: "When you start your online English school, you shouldn't try to limit yourself to foreigners in your country or just one other country. Think globally! The world is huge, and it's growing, and more and more people are getting online. Students who want to practice their English want to get an edge (for school, business or fun). Check out just a small sample of some countries and their population: China has over 1.3 billion people. Japan has over 127 million people. Turkey has over 70 million people. Korea has over 49 million people. Spain has over 45 million people..."

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iTalki

iTalki offers three types of teaching: professional lessons, informal tutoring, and instant tutoring. iTalki has more than 1.5 million students and 3000+ teachers of any language you can imagine: Afrikaans, Hebrew, or Mandarin. Correct notebook entries to create contacts and connections.

Start with a low fee until you have built up a reputation. Logging in every day will ensure that your teacher profile rises to the top.

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