which is why filllllllllllllip is wasting his time.
lets work by nosmos maths and take 10 levs per hour.
he is right. 40 hours per week gives you 1600 levs per month, or 800 euros.
if you live in a decent apartment in sofia, then you need to pay 300 euros per month minimum rent plus bills extra.
so that leaves you at best 500 euros per month to eat and live on for working
40 hours per week or 160 hours per month.
500 euros / 160 means you will be earning 3 euros per hour, or approx. £2 per hour
in English money.
so your wasting your time filllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllip.
if that's what you want to do, then great.
contact Britannica or Berlitz.
they take anyone prepared to work for this as they can make a profit on every class
of 10 you teach.
even if you say or write 'anyways' (not sure if that's polish or Bulgarian English)
some schools won't give a toss as long as the students keep paying for lessons.
you could just find your own 2 students and teach them for 5 euros per hour at your apartment and you will be making more money
up to you fillllip which way you go or do nothing as most people's time is worth
more than 3 euros per hour.
mine certainly is
btw fillllllllllip, everything I tell you is based on what I am told face to face from
people I know.
it is not based on I know everything but tell you everything incorrect.
commenting on another thread here, yes you can certainly earn more teaching
English in other countries.
again I know an American girl, but remember they are kind of native speakers in their own naff fashion.
she works in Barcelona teaching and earns 25 euros per hour.
so being polish, if you are lucky, you might be able to bull **** 12 euros per
hour there - and depending on how much rent you have to pay, it could be more
profitable for you.
Barcelona is a million times more interesting city to live in than sofia and has an atmosphere.
the whole of Bulgaria has none