I'm not a German teacher by profession, but I have taught lots of other topics in my long and checkered career. I learned German in Germany (in the Army) as a young man, then was employed at the Fordwerke in Cologne for a summer, then majored in it in college. Over the ensuing years, I too lost a fair amount of what I had learned.
However, now that I am retired from teaching I have been spending the summers in Bavaria (principally to escape the Florida heat and humidity), and I have found that some of my old competence has started to return.
I live in Riverside, but if the schedule did not conflict too badly with rush hour that would still be practicable. What sort of schedule did you envision, and for how long?
Joque H. Soskis
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Subject: [german-478] Looking for a German Teacher for my son
Date: Fri, 13 Jan[masked]:09:25 -0500
my son is 11 and speaks some German, but he is losing it quickly.
Is there anyone who is or knows a German teacher in the Jax Beach / Ponte Vedra Beach area?
Many thanks in advance, Klaus Schwarz
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