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online Arabic tutor

Does Anyone know about where we could find an online tutor?I found this article two days ago. https://reurl.cc/xRVjN

It mentioned: 1. preply 2. amazingtalker 3. heytutor 4. care.com 5. verbling 6. wyzant 7. takelessons 8. verbalplanet 9. italki 10. thumbtack 11. live lingua 12. varsity tutor

But I don't use anyone of them?, do you guys think its descriptions in this article is subjective?

July 23, 2019

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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/suha78840

Do you want to learn Arabic if so I can teach you Arabic since I am a native speaker


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/yuyiww12

Not me, thanks. I just wonder if these tutor platforms is useful


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/DraQuta

I have used Verbling for several years. They have professional and experienced teachers and the site is well designed and run. (My Arabic teacher, Angie, is excellent, search for her name.)

I tried iTalki a few years ago and many teachers are on both platforms. iTalki also has a lot of "community tutors" who are native speakers who will talk with you but aren't professional language teachers.

I was more comfortable on Verbling in the end but both are very popular and good sites. The others I've never even heard of.


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Lexibarger

Wyzant was good - I met with a French tutor for a few weeks. It really depends on who you meet, your price range, etc. There's also natakallam.com


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/wembar

PolyTripper takes less commission from their teachers than italki, verbling and preply. I donĀ“t know about the other sites.

I'm taking both French and Spanish on PolyTripper. I like how the site works and they also have instant lessons. Since it's new, the teachers don't turn them on a lot, but I like it that they have the option. https://polytripper.com/

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