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The top tier English Masters will receive a one hour English class every month as part of their subscription. I don’t teach much English anymore, so if you want 1-1 classes this is the best way to guarantee time with me.

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Host and founder of Thinking in English, Tom is committed to providing quality and interesting content to all English learners. Previously a research student at a top Japanese university and with a background in English teaching, political research, and Asian languages, Tom is now working fulltime on bettering Thinking in English!

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