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We’re happy to announce that we’re expanding our services. From today, we’ll be matching people with English, German, and Spanish teachers, in 14 cities all over the world. We’ve spent the last few months reaching out to teachers in each one of them and now we’re ready to start matching you with them.

It all started back in 2014 when we started matching people up with English teachers in Budapest. The demand surprised us, and within just a few weeks we had a dozen teachers on our team and inquiries from students every single day. Before we came along people had relied on forums and coffee shop noticeboards to find a teacher – a frustratingly old-fashioned way of doing things.

We quickly got good at understanding students’ needs and developed a streamlined process so that most were introduced to a teacher within a matter of hours. Then we decided to take our success on the road and set up in Prague as well in early 2015.

Today, as we expand to new cities and languages, we’re as committed as ever. Learning a new language or perfecting an existing once is immensely rewarding, not to mention a good boost to the CV. We believe lessons with a private teacher are the quickest way to develop, and we want to help you find the best one for you.

Whether you need help with your conversation skills, understanding of grammar, or you’re preparing for an important exam, we can find you the perfect teacher. Just tell us about yourself and what you need – we’ll do the rest.

Are you a language teacher looking for some new students? We need you. Join us today.


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