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Study with Luisa!

Learning languages is easier than ever.

About us

 Luisa Montagner grew up in Venice, Italy, where she lived until the age of 22. She moved to the US at the end of 2018 after spending some years in Japan, where she studied at Yokohama National University and worked for the prestigious Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute. 

 

Luisa teams up with Ayano Maramba, a native Japanese speaker, to deliver Japanese language courses with the perfect combination of native insight and international perspective.

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access knowledge everywhere, anytime

Textbooks, flashcards, and other resources are accessible from anywhere on any device. You can sit comfortably at home or in your office, no commute needed.

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120+ students, 3,000+ hourly lessons

Luisa Language Teaching has offered its services to more than 120 students since its opening in 2019, totaling over 3,000 lesson hours.

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Student Feedback

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Joe

Luisa is amazing. She gives great feedback on things that I feel are my weak points for learning Japanese. She is very kind and patient, which makes it less scary to make mistakes. Most importantly she is very organized and professional.

I’d give her a 6/5 if I could.

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Kelby

Being active duty military, when I was looking for an Italian teacher I knew flexibility was going to be key. Online lessons with Luisa have provided me exactly that. She's been able to provide me with engaging and focused lessons both here at home and when I was abroad in Italy. Grazie mille, Luisa!

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Kayla

The Japanese 101 course was phenomenal. Every class was so fun, and I came away from each one with not only a greater grasp of the language, but also greater motivation to learn more. Luisa also gave us so much fantastic material (not to mention so much of her own time) to help us with studying outside of class.

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