Private Lessons

Association for Language and Culture 'Linguists' isn’t just a language school. We are a collective of people who uphold the same values in their life and work: we believe in the power of friendship and solidarity, in the healing power of laughter and understanding, but most of all - in compassion. Compassion is one of the two cornerstones of our teaching philosophy and vision. Whenever we step into a classroom we are fully aware that we are encountering not clients, but human beings, with rich and complicated lives, with their own desires and fears, human beings who feel vulnerable and insecure when trying to acquire a foreign language. The learning process starts by recognising the humanity in each of our students.

Learning a foreign language is no easy task and it doesn’t happen overnight. It requires time and effort. Precisely for that reason, the second cornerstone of our teaching philosophy and vision is: passion. We passionately love what we do and we’re not causal about it. We never go into a classroom distracted, moody or tired. You have the right to feel despondent, we don’t. You have the right to feel frustrated, we don’t. Our job is to provide boundless patience and support. 

 

At your request, the Association 'Linguists' can organize English, Swedish and BCS one-to-one classes at a time that suits you best. One-to-one classes give you the freedom to determine the dynamics of the classes.

All you have to do is:

  • contact us by mail or phone (033) 645 343 and provide us with the necessary information.

We will:

  • assign one of our associates/members as your teacher. With the teacher, you will then decide on the time of the classes, the method and the place where the classes will be held.

Teaching materials

The teaching materials used in class are completely adapted to your needs, interests and proficiency level. 

Our basic teaching materials for English classes are the New Cutting Edge series of textbooks and workbooks.

Ifeta Palić, Project Coordinator

BCS Language Teacher

She has a BA degree in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Language and Literatures of the Peoples of BiH. She is currently finishing her MA studies at the Faculty of Philosophy. She has been teaching BCS as a foreign language since 2013. She likes to discuss all things pertaining to language.

Jasenka Kapetanović, Project Coordinator

English Language Teacher

Graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo – the Department of English Language and Literature. She has an MA in Teaching, and she is currently finishing her MA in Translation Studies. Works as a teacher and a translator. Likes to read and travel, discover music from different countries and discuss almost everything.

Lejla Ljuca, Associate

BCS Language Teacher

Graduated from the Department of Literatures of the People of BiH at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. She is currently enrolled in the MA program at the said Department. She also teaches BCS as a foreign language. 

Lejla Reko Šarčević, Associate

BCS Language Teacher

Graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo - Department of Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian Language and Literatures of the Peoples of BiH. Likes books, theatre and human stories from different parts of the world.

Selma Grahić-Bilić, Associate

BCS Language Teacher

Selma has a BA degree in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Language and Literatures of the Peoples of BiH. She is currently finishing her MA studies at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. She works as a proofreader and teaches BCS as a foreign language. She likes to read and talk, to meet new people and their cultures.

Ema čustović, Associate

English Language Teacher

Ema has an MA degree from the English Department, Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. She has bachelor degrees in Pedagogy, and English Language and Literature. She works as a teacher. Her areas of interest include early education, and she enjoys teaching children too. She likes learning about new cultures, meeting new people and travelling.

 

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