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Mímir M

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اللغة الأيسلاندية
متحدث أصلي
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الانجليزية
C2
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دانماركي
C2
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اللغة السويدية
C2
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اللغة النرويجية
B2
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جزر فارو
B1
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ألماني
A2
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لاتيني
A2
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الايطالية
A1

عني

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I’m a native Icelander with a passion for Languages, Tolkien, and Music.
I have an affinity for poetry, mythology and folklore, and some of my favourite authors are Tolkien, Jung, and many (many) more.

Besides Icelandic, I'm also fluent in both Danish, Swedish, and (of course) English. I'm studying German, Italian and Japanese in my spare time.

Currently living in Austria where I enjoy long walks in the forest with my girlfriend.
I'm studying towards a double BA in Latin and philosophy. But previously studied Theatre, Voice and the Alexander Technique in Stockholm and London.

I'm energetic, relaxed, and firm when the need arises.

Additionally, I limited the amount of students I have at any given time. This to be able to better give you the attention and continuity needed for learning.

My speciality lies in pronunciation. I've designed my own system to learn pronunciation for Icelandic, which tends to be fraught with particularly difficult pronunciation.

Do get in touch if you want to ask a question, or even if it's just for some resources :)

Kveðjur
Mímir

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جدول مواعيد

السيرة الذاتية

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2013 - 2016
Diploma Alexander Technique
Constructive Teaching Centre - London, England
Certified teacher of the Alexander Technique - Voice, enunciation, and breathing

briefcaseخبرة العمل

2018
Icelandic Tutoring
Preply
2018 - 0
Online Tutoring
Italki - Online
Teaching online
2008 - 0
Icelandic teacher
Freelance - Iceland/Sweden/England/Austria
Teaching people voice and Icelandic for the last few years