The man of the house is on holiday now for 2 weeks. Not busy working, but busy studying. Learning some programming language. After a few days on holiday, he got his allergies. As I have mentioned before, he is allergic to pollen. And it is about this time of the year he suffers. So, he's been sneezing, and blowing his nose all day long now. Pity him.
Tutoring for 2-3 times a week now. The kid will have about 4 English lessons at school once school opens this September. Been teaching him how to read. You see, in the Hungarian language, you read the actually sound of a letter. Not like English, you spell differently but you get a different sound most of the times. Like why the word "Cat" starts with a C while "Kitten" starts with a K. Both sounds the same, both are the same animal. Though I bought a book on how to teach a child "phonics". But seems like it is a bit too late for him. The phonic system is said to be used for a child who has no reading experience. As for this boy, he already can read, but not fluently. English that is. I just wonder who invented the spellings in the English language. :)
2 hours reading per session seems to help him improve. Though he is still struggling, but I have no doubt that he is improving. We only go up when we practice right? and not the other way round.
Same goes to my guitar playing, I wonder how long will it take me to be considered good? a year? 2? 3? Depends on how much I practice I suppose. :)