Me as a language student
But, even as a teenager with big dreams, it was clear to me that I wouldn’t get very far in the wider world speaking only Slovak, so I hunkered down and worked on my English first. I successfully completed the International Baccalaureate programme in English, but as my choice of university landed in Austria, German became more important.
Even before moving to Vienna, I attained my Goethe C1 certificate and now German is the language of my studies and everyday life. As if that weren’t enough, I also learned Spanish (DELE C1) in my spare time, which, in turn, opened up a whole new range of possibilities in my personal life.
Me as a teacher
Whether you call me a teacher, conversation partner or mentor, I will always be happy to give you relevant recommendations for your situation and, most importantly, allow you to express yourself unhindered in a new language. It is most rewarding for me to see how my students move from simpler conversations to more and more complex topics, allowing them to be themselves in a new language. If you’re interested in seeing what my lessons are like in detail, I recommend this video.