As home to the world’s third largest port, New Orleans welcomes thousands of businesspeople and tourists onto its docks each year. The city claims to be the birthplace of poker, the capital of Mardi Gras, and the homeland of jazz: who wouldn’t want to travel here? With a language tapestry ranging from French to Spanish to Navajo and everything in between, it is clear why New Orleans has earned its spot as one of the most culturally rich cities in the United States.
Embrace New Orleans’ diversity and connect with the growing international population. Learn a foreign language and watch your business, personal, and travel opportunities grow. Language Trainers offers native, qualified tutors within city limits, ready to help you achieve your foreign language goals. Take a free online language level test to see how good your foreign language skills are; then contact us to begin building a tailor-made course package that fits your schedule.
70% of job recruiters view bilingualism as an extremely impressive quality in job candidates.
Most of the world's languages are spoken in Asia and Africa.
There are 6 official UN languages.
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Some of our Language Teachers in New Orleans
Robert is an English language trainer who has been giving classes to learners for over 25 years. He has served at several schools and educational institutions throughout the United States, and thus is well-trained in teaching students of different levels and backgrounds.
New Orleans's twin city is: Caracas, Venezuela
Our clients from New Orleans include:
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Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”My trainer has been a joy to work with — she is infinitely patient and our sessions are interesting and enormously valuable. ”Russian course in New Orleans
”Our lessons have far exceeded my expectations and our teacher has been a delight and an engaging and extraordinarily effective instructor. As teachers ourselves, we recognize her to be a gifted colleague.”Russian course in New Orleans