If you like romantic comedies or movies about coming-of-age, you have probably seen a John Hughes movie. Most John Hughes movies are set in Chicago and the surrounding areas because that was where he was from, including the classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. In the movie, the sarcastic high schooler played by Matthew Broderick fakes a sick day in school to have an epic day with his friends, ending with Ferris’ mad race back home at the end to get back into bed before his parents and principal discover the mannequin he rigged to look like he was still in bed. And that home is still nestled nicely in Long Beach.
What Ferris could use that his creator John Hughes was likely not in need of was a quality English tutor to help him with his studies. When you are on top of your studies, it is not that big of a deal when you take a day off of school, so maybe Ferris should have gotten his grades up, as to not need the elaborate plot. He might have loved his experience with English tutors in Long Beach.
And if you want to tell the stories of Southern California the same way that John Hughes told stories based in Chicago, you should probably get a crash course in vocabulary with one of our vocabulary tutors. Otherwise, you might end up calling Ferris’ best friend Cameron just a loner instead of an introvert, hermit, or outsider. When talking about juxtaposing Cameron and Ferris’ personalities, you do not want to be the one stuck on the word “juxtapose.”
You will be telling your story in no time with the help of a Long Beach English tutor.