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Teaching Bengali/Sylheti to Children

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Hiya,

i'm looking for someone to teach Bengali/Sylheti to my 2 children (ages 4 and 3) and possibly another 3 children (ages 2,3 and 4)

They all speak fluent English and most can read aswell. Looking for a female teacher, maybe a student?? Nothing advance, just your everyday conversation like "how are you" and stuff.

Any advice, we are based in Manchester, M14.

Thanx in advance
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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I hate when people try to twist a comment into something it isn't.[/QUOTE]

Yes, so do i! I was asking for help with finding a teacher for my very young children and in response i get trash!
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jazminkennedy;6210576
I hate when people try to twist a comment into something it isn't

Yes, so do i! I was asking for help with finding a teacher for my very young children and in response i get trash!

Just put up some ads in local asian shops, somewhere predominantly bengali me thinks would be the right approach.
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Thanx for that. I've never experienced anyfin like that on HUKD, was gettin worried:?
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You could try:

Greater Manchester Bangladeshi Association

19a Birch Lane, Longsight, Manchester M13
For more information Tel: 0161-249 0862
Advice for Bangla and Sylheti speakers in
Longsight, Manchester - ask for the Bangladeshi Linkworker

Manchester Bangladeshi Women's Organisation - Ananna

360 Dickenson Road, Longsight, Manchester M13 0NG.
Tel: 0161-257 3867. Fax: 0161-257 3867.
Open Monday-Friday from 9am - 3pm for advice and drop-in (no appointment necessary).

There maybe some Bengali tutors available through these organisations and not too far away from where you are

HTH :)
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bargain surfer
Just put up some ads in local asian shops, somewhere predominantly bengali me thinks would be the right approach.


Oooh, thanx for that, Longsight isn't too far from me, will give it a go:thumbsup:
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treble99
You could try:

Greater Manchester Bangladeshi Association

19a Birch Lane, Longsight, Manchester M13
For more information Tel: 0161-249 0862
Advice for Bangla and Sylheti speakers in
Longsight, Manchester - ask for the Bangladeshi Linkworker

Manchester Bangladeshi Women's Organisation - Ananna

360 Dickenson Road, Longsight, Manchester M13 0NG.
Tel: 0161-257 3867. Fax: 0161-257 3867.
Open Monday-Friday from 9am - 3pm for advice and drop-in (no appointment necessary).

There maybe some Bengali tutors available through these organisations and not too far away from where you are

HTH :)


Exactly what i was after! Rep added x:thumbsup:

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