Lets look at Georgian places, food, dance, song, and people.

What comes to your mind when you hear Georgia...

Maybe its the Georgian flag, maybe you've had a glass of Georgian wine, maybe you've dreamt of backpacking through the Georgian mountains...

Here are a few things that come to my mind when I think about Goergia.

Highest mountain range in Europe?
  • It is the Caucasus Mountains marking the border between Georgia and Russia.
  • One of the highest peaks of the Caucasus is mount. Shkhara, a mountain located in Svaneti region of Georgia. It is 5,193m (17,040 ft) high.





What is one of the biggest exports in Georgia?
  • Wine!
  • Georgians have cultivated and made wine for at least 8,000 years.
  • The most well-known region for producing Georgian wine is Kakheti.
  • Georgia’s mild climate and humid air, affected by the Black Sea, provide the best conditions for vine cultivation.
  • Most common Georgian white wines are: Tsinandali, Tvishi, Alaznis Veli
  • Most common Georgian red wines are: Mukuzani, Kindzmarauli, Khikhvi


What are some famous Georgian foods?
1. Khinkali

2. Khachapuri (Adjaruli)

3. Mtsvadi

4. Pkhali

5. Puri (tonis)

6. Tolma

What does traditional Georgian dance look like?



What does Georgian song sound like?







Georgian faces:





















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Hello! I am excited to join you at Verbling! First I will tell you a bit about my academic background and tutoring experience. I have a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology. I have also worked as a tutor for a number of years. I have loved tutoring in all subjects up to the college level. My favorite subject to teach has always been English. I enjoy helping with writing, developing conversational skills, and improving reading. I have worked with a number of ESL students from various countries including Japan, Korea, Brazil, Spain, Turkey, Egypt, Israel, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. It has been a joy to conduct these lessons with my students, and I look forward to all the future ones to come! Now about my teaching style. :) If I had to use one word to describe my teaching style it would be ENCOURAGING. I love to give praise and always focus on growth. I also love to promote taking positive risks and trying new things, even though they may seem scary at first. In the past I have used a conversations textbook to structure my lessons. Through this method I have been able to facilitate deep conversations between myself and the student. At the same time I have been able to listen for sentence structure, grammar and pronunciation, and make corrections where necessary. My students tend to enjoy the topics and usually have a lot to say, which is always welcomed! I am also happy to focus on specific areas where the student is looking to grow. For instance maybe a lesson on proper sentence structure, reading comprehension, drafting letters, general writing, and presenting out loud. Whatever your English language learning need is, I am here to help you find it and attend to it together, until you feel confident and comfortable in that area. That said, I hope to see you in the class very soon! Mariam
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