FAQ Frequently Asked Questions


1. What type of courses and tutoring do you offer?

I offer online courses at level A1-2 and online tutoring at levels A1 to C2, in private tuition, i. e., in 1:1 lessons. The teaching approach is communicative.

2. How much do you charge for 1 course lesson or for 1 tutoring lesson?

The prices I charge depend on the purchasing power of the country where you live in the world and are negotiable.

My prices are at least 50% cheaper than those proposed by the Goethe-Institut branch or their partners for the same services in your city or region.

For 1 course lesson of 30 minutes, I charge at least 2 USD (United States dollar), 2 € (euros) or 2 CHF (Swiss francs)

For 1 tutoring lesson of 30 minutes, I charge at least 4 USD / 4 € / 4 CHF. 

To get the exact price for your country, please contact me here.

My courses and tutoring are free of charge for Ukranians worldwide. Russians living in the Russian Federation or abroad will not be admitted in any case.

4. How can I pay the courses and tutoring?

You can pay the courses and tutoring using PayPal or per bank transfer. No other payment methods are accepted.

4. When do the courses and tutoring take place?

The courses and tutoring take place from Monday to Sunday (incl. weekends and holidays), between 07:00 / 7 am and 22:00 / 10 pm CET.

5. Where do the courses and tutoring take place?

The courses and tutoring take place on Zoom.

6. How do I get the best connection with Zoom?

a. Ensure that you are connected to a wired network (ethernet) or to a reliable Wi-Fi.

b. Ensure that Zoom is the only software running on your device. Shut down all other apps and programs (email, browser, social networks, Word, etc.) during the lesson.

c. Work in a quiet place.

d. Use good headphones with integrated microphone. Avoid using the device speakers and microphone.

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