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English Classes


Enjoyment And Progress



These classes are stress-free sessions in English that enable you to practise and perfect your English to a level where you can be confident that you are expressing yourself as well as you want.


My TEFL (Teaching English As a Foreign Language) certification was part of my PGCE post-graduate teaching certificate earned at the University of Bristol and has been strengthened by learning both Portuguese and Spanish.


This has allowed me to see specific obstacles to learning English, particularly for Brazilians, and be able to remove them painlessly to permit real progress - not just textbook progress.



Experienced native English teacher fluent in Portuguese & Spanish


One-to-one English via Skype


Personalised conversation-based sessions


Flexible session times and lengths 


Guaranteed progress 


Extra resources 




It's much easier than you may think: even just a regular 30-minute session results in progress. Twice a week is the recommended frequency to really allow your English to flourish and for you to truly enjoy speaking and listening with real accuracy, with more intensive options also available.


My method means that all you need is an internet connection: this can be on a desktop PC, a tablet / iPad or even a smartphone. This allows you to keep your learning going through the year - no matter if you find yourself at home, at work, at the beach or even abroad on holiday.


There's no need for you to take notes, unless you really want to, and you also have the chance to extend your studies as far as you like outside our sessions via my EFL Blog and selected videos. The only limit is whatever you choose it to be!


Session Times


Monday-Friday 08:00-20:00 (São Paulo time) with weekend sessions and other times available upon request


Session Length


30 min, 45 min, 60 min with longer sessions and intensive programmes available upon request







The most extraordinary thing about a really good teacher is that he or she transcends accepted educational methods

- Margaret Mead -

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