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The lesson is wayyyyyy better than I expected. Sherry is really experienced and knows how to customize the courses based on my English level and current situations. Also, Sherry is able to solve the issues I have been thinking about for so long....


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I booked a session with Shalom for essay writing, and it was awesome. She asked me to send my essay a day before our meeting, and she actually took time to read my work thoroughly. Shalom was very organized and logical with editing essays. My essay...

Suyang, 5 months ago


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Very enjoyable and knowledgeable sessions in the few months we’ve had classes. Eli helped my son a lot with his AP English preparation. He was very well prepared for each lesson, and made the all concepts easy to understand. He also let my son...

Vantsin, 5 months ago


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Excellent guidance, knowledge and advise for my son.

Ana, 6 months ago


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Laura is a great English teacher who can easily adapt the lessons to the different skills and abilities you want to improve. She use a lot of various, fun and interesting contents. Even learning formal academic English is a pleasure. You will easily...

Caroline, 7 months ago


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Eli is an amazing tutor, as he is always available to book, easily contactable, and very respectable. Eli is always attentive to what I have to say and provides sufficient feedback on all of my assignments that I am completing. Eli is one of the...

Nicholas, 9 months ago


💸 How much does an English teacher charge by the hour in Toronto for English tutoring?

The average price of private tutoring per hour in Toronto is $25.


Prices will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your teacher
  • where your lessons will be held (via Skype or the student's place)
  • the number of lessons and the duration of each class
  • the content of your lessons: what you are covering in your lessons (exam prep, critical thinking, or grammar for example.)
  • the goal of your classes (are you learning English for fun, or are you studying for high school or university exams?)

97% of our private tutors give their first lesson free. Check out the prices of our English instructors in your region.

📘How can you benefit from hiring with an English tutor?

On Superprof, we have a number of highly passionate English teachers available to give private tutoring.


An English tutor can help you work on many things:

  • Elementary school, High School or University level  prep and past papers
  • Mastering English grammar rules
  • Essay writing or creative writing
  • Critical analysis
  • Giving advice to help you with your course work
  • Reading and textual analysis
  • Help with homework
  • Helping you to grow confidence in your abilities.

You can decide with your teacher what you aim to to achieve from your private English classes.


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💻 How can I take lessons online?

On Superprof, many of our English teachers also offer online tuition. About 80% of tutors offer academic english lessons via webcam.


To find available online lessons, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available tutors offering online courses in your desired subject.


Online courses via Skype offer you more advantages in terms of flexibility and are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.


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👩‍🎓 How can I find an English tutor in Toronto?

On Superprof, you can browse our range of teaching profiles to find the right solution for your English tutoring needs.


You can check out a tutor's individual adverts and pick the English teacher that corresponds to your needs.


Once you have found a teacher you can get in touch with them  to discuss the details of your course and to schedule your first lesson.


In Toronto and the surrounding areas, 1079 English tutors are available to give private lessons.


Choose your private course in Toronto from our range of more than 1079 tutor profiles available.

✒️ On average, what rating was given by students to their English teacher in Toronto and the surrounding areas?

Students scored their English tutors an average rating of 5.0 out of 5 from a sample of 181 ratings.


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English Lessons in Toronto

Importance of Studying English

We all know that most parts of the world are already familiar with the English language. In fact, it’s a language that is used for every aspect of society - may it be tourism, economics, politics, etc. 

But even though it’s considered to be the universal language, it’s not always the first language that people learn. For non-native English speakers, this language is often taught in school and eventually becomes the second language. 

Because it’s being widely used all over the world, it’s become a necessary language to learn given that it’s also the language of business. When working with international clients, regardless of which country the respective parties are from, English will most likely be the language that will be used. 

Benefits of Learning English

When you’re learning something new, there are always benefits that come with it. No matter how good or bad you think you are, the process of learning will always help you become better at it and a better person, in general. 

As for learning English, there are tons of benefits that come with learning a new language - much more that it’s the universal language. 

Job Applications

In the previous section, it was mentioned that English was the language of business. There, studying English becomes important because it’s one of the many things that will be checked when applying for a job - you need to be able to communicate well with other people should the need arise. 

It’s definitely an advantage if you know how to write and speak English when you’re doing reports and proposals. If you want to apply for a multinational company, this is definitely a skill they’re going to need.


In another aspect, it’s the language that will get you around. If you want to travel the world, it’s best to learn this language because you can expect that even though you can’t speak that country’s language, they have higher chances of understanding English. 

No matter what country it is, you can expect that a few words will help you get from point A to point B. Chances are, knowing how to speak in English will lessen the likelihood of you getting lost in various countries. 


The internet is now becoming an important source of information. Today, almost everything can be found on the internet if you really know how to find them. This means that you need to be able to understand basic English because websites are most likely to be in English. 

If you’re looking for international news, you won’t struggle with the language barrier. Understanding English makes everything almost accessible to you - research, case studies, reports, news, etc. 


Although there are subtitles available for each language, the most common subtitle would be English. This is quite expected since over 53 countries consider it as their official language. 

So if you want to understand movies, songs, or other forms of entertainment quite easily, better learn how to read and speak it. 

Challenges of Learning English

While learning the language seems to be more of a right than a privilege, there are still challenges when it comes to its accessibility. Institutions and schools that teach the language aren’t always accessible for all people. 

Here are some of the challenges: 

Unqualified Teachers 

It’s so easy to become a teacher nowadays because when you simply impart knowledge to a person, it can already be considered as teaching. But since we’re dealing with an important language such as English, those who teach it should be qualified and certified. 

Meaning, they need to have the necessary knowledge and background in order for them to be credible as teachers. The English language has so many crucial fundamentals and elements, that if not taught properly, may only defeat the purpose of learning. 

Therefore, when you’re learning English, make sure that the teacher is qualified and has sufficient background on the language - may it be a degree or a certification. 

Limited Real Life Applications

Even though students are already learning in class, it’s also very important that they have time to actually use it in real life. What’s the use of learning a skill that you don’t get to practice every day, right?

While there are exercises and activities, it’s not enough that the practice ends there. The students need to be able to practice it frequently so they truly master it. 

The challenge here is that not all students have environments that allow them to practice what they have learned. This is quite common for non-native English speaking countries where the language used at home is not English. 

So, it’s very important that the student has a supportive environment where he or she can practice what was learned in class.

Where to Study the English Language in Toronto

There are a lot of schools in Toronto that teach the English language. Since it was identified as the mother tongue of the city, it’s definitely taught in both private and public schools. 

As for adults, there are a lot of institutions that offer the English classes. These classes will discuss the basics of speaking and writing English, as well as grammar, pronunciation, punctuation, etc. 

There are tons of English courses being offered in Toronto. Here are some of the institutions that offer them:

  • Language Studies International
  • International Language Academy of Canada - Toronto
  • Upper Madison College
  • The Language Gallery of Toronto
  • EC English Language Schools - Toronto

There are many more but these are some of the best ones in the city. Check them out for more details. 

Find a Private English Tutor in Toronto

There is also another option if you don’t want to enroll yourself in classes. You can find your own private English tutor in Toronto. Given that they’re private tutors, you can guarantee that you’ll have one-on-one sessions. 

These sessions are personalized and focused on your progress so you don’t have to be worried about falling behind or being way too ahead of the game. 

You can find your own private tutor at Superprof where you can also see brief descriptions they have for themselves, their rates, and reviews of former students. The website provides a list of profiles that you can check out. 

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