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Looking forward to seing you there!
Hello! Goeie dag! Mholweni! Sawubona! Lumela! Dumêlang!
My name is Cheree and I come from a beautiful country known for its gorgeous scenery, amazing animals, 11 official languages and wonderful people. Any idea which country that might be? Here is a clue…
I am from South Africa!
I have been teaching English as a second language for nine years, both in-person and online. After teaching in South Africa for four years, I decided to pack my bags, head off to the UAE, and take on a new challenge! My four years spent in the UAE were filled with many wonderful experiences, various cultures, and many different languages.
The UAE also gave me the opportunity to do a bit of traveling and I visited many countries including Tanzania, Thailand, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, USA, Iceland, Germany, France, Turkey, the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Qatar, Italy and many more!
Two years ago, I made the big move to Germany, and I now live in Ludwigshafen am Rhein where I teach English online and create helpful classroom resources for teachers. I am also currently a student taking German lessons with Chatterbug!
Here are 10 fun facts about me:
My biggest (irrational) fear is a pipe!
My favorite thing about being a teacher is seeing students succeed and the confidence they gain.
I speak English, Afrikaans, and German.
When I was younger, I wanted to be a cashier because the buttons on the register looked like a whole lot of fun!
I have a giant sweet tooth and love afternoon tea!
My favorite movie is Father of the Bride.
I am a huge Disney fan and have visited the parks multiple times.
My favorite time of year is Christmas.
The strangest thing I’ve ever eaten was rotten shark meat: an Icelandic delicacy.
My hobbies include Irish dancing, gardening, crocheting and anything artsy.
When learning a new language, take it slow, break it down, practise, and never forget to breathe!