English Teacher Interview | Sara V.
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English Teacher Interview | Sara V.


My name’s Sara and I’m from Sweden. I like teaching because I really love it when
my students don’t start out speaking really good English, but then after a while, when
I teach them more stuff… I really like it to see them to start to speak. They get more brave. It’s really nice. I think the best way to study English is through reading. I read a lot when I was younger. And some people say they don’t like to read,
but it’s my favorite thing. And I learn … you learn a lot of words that
way. It would be someone who really wants to learn English. I think that a lot of people think that through
their job, or their boss, they just have to learn it. But they’re not really that motivated, so
I would definitely say someone who enjoys the language, maybe they even like British,
American culture. That kind of person is my ideal student. The worst student. That’s hard to say. I haven’t had a lot of bad students so far. But maybe someone who is really uninspired. When you can feel that they don’t want to
be there. They don’t really want to learn English. Someone else forced them to learn English. You don’t really want to teach someone like that. Ya, I do. I think it’s really nice. Because I love languages. So teaching English is one of the things I
like the most. I speak… On native level I speak English, Swedish,
Norwegian, and I’m also intermediate in Korean, Japanese, and French. I classify myself as a native English speaker. But technically, I was born in Sweden. I learned English through reading. That’s why I said I think it’s the best
way to learn. I read all the time. And I love English. I would learn difficult words. I read Bram Stoker’s Dracula, for example,
when I was really young. And when I didn’t understand something,
I’d look up the words. So that’s how I learnt the most. And I spoke to a lot of British and American
friends, so I practiced that a lot. I actually prefer British. But I tend to use more Americanized kind of English. Because it’s easier for me to use for some reason. But, British sounds the best
I think, Hello, my name’s Sara. I’m from Sweden. How are you? My hobbies are video games, reading, learning
languages, acting, dancing, music. I love singing as well. I’ve been to all the countries around Scandinavia
and the Nordic countries. I’ve also been to Turkey, Greece, France,
America, and the U.K. And now also Korea, Japan, and Hong Kong. Do you have any questions for her? How old are you? Ok, look at the camera. Look at me. How old do you think she is? Nineteen. Twenty-five. Oh my gosh. Seventeen. All right. Look at me. Many people want to know. How old are you? I’m 25 years old.

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65 thoughts on “English Teacher Interview | Sara V.

  1. Get to know one of our teachers, Sara V. She has a passion for teaching. In this video she gives some good tips on how to study English. Please show Sara some support!

  2. Well, done beautiful Sara you're absolutely amazing and star I hope I'll be able to speak English like you Sara, I live in London at the moment and I try all the time I have no time for no one I study really hard but unfortunately I have no English friends but I don't give up I speak perfect Arabic and Greek, best wishes for you.

  3. Your accent is awesome beautiful, but I think you do not follow some grammar , I think it also not so needed whenever spoken

  4. I agree with you! Reding is the best way to learn others linguages or improve even native language because it will increase vocabulary.

  5. oh my god ………………..so so so beautifullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

  6. I ask myself, as a man that I am, I will not learn English with you. But, as a human student, I am sure that, yes, I see that you are a great teacher. I will have to leave man at home and come as a human being. You are already a young expression of an extension of God as all we are. Where realy heart is. body beauty don't makes difference.

  7. LOVE LOVE LOVE! Hey Sara, my name's also Sara and I'm an English teacher,too. I'm from Iran. I have a passion for teaching and learning languages. Wow! How similar! Do you perhaps have an instagram account? I'd like us to be in contact. Could we? ❤

  8. Terrible! When asked what the worst student she teaches is, she stated: "Someone who is really uninspired. When you feel that they don't want to be there. They don't want to learn English." Sara, some advice – this is your passion, to teach. This is a challenging opportunity. Step up to it! Find a way to connect with the student, convey your love for English.

  9. Hi Sara from kashmir I really like the way you teach teaching quite good. I do love your sweet voice. Why don't you make more videos here are less videos on YouTube which you have made. Mind if u make more please

  10. She is beautifull and she looks a wonderfull woman and teacher and as she said Reading is a great way to learn English

  11. I envy how good her American accent is… I try hard to improve it and I have to some extent by damn is it difficult.

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