Hi! My name is Keishia, or Kei for short.
I’m an interior designer in the middle of a career change, and I do some editing and proofreading works for self-published authors. This is my first time teaching English professionally, despite having assisted in many IELTS preparations for my friends and relatives for the past 3 years.
I acquired an overall band score of 8.0/9.0 in the IELTS test on my first try with details as follows: 8.5 for listening, 8.0 for reading, 7.0 for writing, and 8.5 for speaking.
I have spent most of my academic years abroad, namely Australia and the UK. I have travelled to more than 20 countries, met people from all walks of life, and made some friends along the way. Therefore, I am used to talking in casual English conversations and will probably slip in some non-offensive gender-neutral politically-correct LGBTQ-friendly humour in our classes.
Each class will be tailored to suit the student’s needs, and the nature of the conversation will be customised to your preference.
Let’s get in touch and learn together!
“Learning a language is a never-ending process. Even if you think you’ve already mastered a language to a point where you can be mistaken as a native speaker, there’s always something more to it. As they say, experience is the best teacher. You won’t get any better in english, or at least practical english, by reading a dictionary or memorising tenses structure. You have to engage in the process, involve yourself in activities that require you to use your English skills, whether it’s listening and speaking, or reading and writing; and it has to be done consistently. It’s like a diet. You may lose a couple of kilos for the first 3 months but if you don’t maintain the lifestyle, you’re going to end up back to square one.”