4 Essential Activities To Do With Your Language Tutor

Unlike the academy professor who is a textbook catalyst during group classes, a tutor is a person in charge of the protection of your well-being.

A person who shows you the way frees you from possible obstacles and encourages you when you fall.

Although with a little imagination, the activities would be counted by thousands, I offer you the 4 activities that will serve you the most when it comes to making steady progress in the language.

Self Learning when Alone

The best way to do with your Language tutor would be to keep learning and studying despite them not being around. You are helping them help you by helping yourself. With the help of a language learning app you can further improve the results of your language tutoring as it helps you learn the language better through its advanced courses. By studying when you are alone you will be doing your language tutor a favor.


In this case, we will translate a set of ideas that we want to convey, from a different language to English. And then we will practice the monologue at home until we recite it to the tutor. As in the previous section, the English Tutor in “Chieng Mai” [โรงเรียน สอน ภาษา อังกฤษ เชียงใหม่ which is the term in Thai] will give you your feedback so you can improve it.

Imaginary Conversations

When you go in the car on the way to work, simulate a fictional conversation with an imaginary character. Generally, this is a dialogue that you are potentially going to have in a future situation. It is Ideal for practicing before going on a trip to the country where the language is spoken.

Instant Translations

Only when you are watching a piece of a movie or listening to a prerecorded conversation between two guests does a real-time translation of what you hear.

It can be from the target language to Spanish or from Spanish to the target language. It doesn’t have to be perfect. But it is perfect (worth the redundancy) to achieve mental agility and more complex levels of oral fluency.

Transmutation Of Vocabulary.

Let the vocabulary take shape, and insert those isolated words from the vocabulary lists, from previous conversations with your foreign colleague or from the series you watch on TV in your vocabulary repertoire and active phrases.

Implement the vocabulary seen passively in your conversations. Create your phrases, play with them. And again, ask the tutor for feedback.