Long Island, New York reigns as one of the nation's most densely populated areas and the most populated island. With a large immigrant population, thriving workforce (as host to one of the nation's largest industrial parks), and diverse cultural tapestry, it's no surprise Long Island squeezes so many residents between its borders. From Koreatown to a sprouting Little India, Long Island packs a lot into its four counties and it's not uncommon to hear multiple languages while walking through the streets on any given day.
Keep up with Long Island. Learn how to speak a foreign language and take advantage of Long Island’s opportunities both in the city and overseas. With Language Trainers, you won’t need to wander off the island to find a qualified, native tutor. Our trainers work with you to help you achieve your foreign language goals, on your own time. Take a free online language level test to get started, and then contact us to get in touch with a tutor today!
Interesting Language Facts
31% of international executives are bilingual.
The US has no official language.
21% of Americans speak a language other than English at home.
Some of our Language Teachers in Long Island
Jenna is a teacher of Japanese, German, and English who has experience teaching in the United States, Germany, and Japan. She has an extensive educational background: she holds degrees in both German Studies and Japanese Studies from Stony Brook University. In addition, she is a language learner herself: she has learned Spanish and Italian, and is currently learning Dutch.
Izabela is a Polish language trainer who has over 10 years of teaching experience to learners of all levels and backgrounds. She holds a Master's in teaching Polish as a Second Language, and has served as a Polish instructor to students both in Poland and in the United States.
Our clients from Long Island include:
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
RWE Service GmbH
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
“The procedures with Language Trainers were quite easy. Being able to coordinate with the trainer with relative autonomy was a great help.”Italian course in Long Island, Extended Care Health Services