Orlando. Commonly known as the “Theme Park Capital of the World,” Orlando is the most widely visited city in America, drawing over 51 million tourists a year, 3.6 million coming from outside of America to visit such attractions as Disney World and Universal Studios. In addition to tourism, Orlando has a strong manufacturing industry, particularly in technology and aviation. Given the wave of immigration, Orlando has a thriving Puerto Rican community, and at least 20% of the population speaks Spanish as their native language. In addition, over 30% of the population speaks a language other than English at home; it’s common to hear French, Portuguese, and German around town, as well as Chinese and Arabic.
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Peter has served for many years as translator and language instructor. He loves languages, and speaks Dutch, English, French, German, and Latin. His teaching experience is extensive, as he has given classes in Dutch, French, German, Latin and European history.
Orlando's twin city is: Seine-et-Marne, France
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Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”My teacher Karina is a pleasure to work with! She’s extremely knowledgeable and very thorough, yet keeps the lesson on a light and easy note!”German course in Orlando
”Lila is absolutely delighted to have such an EXCELLENT English teacher! Bonus points too for selecting someone who speaks fluent Russian for Lila, for those rare occasions when translation can benefit the acquisition of vocabulary. Well done!”English course in Orlando