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bieasy

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1) besides pilot, I am an para glider and tourist guide

2) I'm an English Teacher (or English teacher)?
 

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1) Besides pilot, I am [STRIKE]an[/STRIKE] a paraglider and tourist guide.

2) I'm an English teacher (or English teacher).

Please see the amendments I made to your post with regard to capitalisation, spacing and the indefinite article.

1. As well as being a pilot, I am a paraglider and a tourist guide.
2. I'm an English teacher.
 

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And by the way: Is there a diference betweeen "tour guide" and "tourist guide"?
 

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We don't really use the phrase "tourist guide" but if we did, it would mean something different.

A tour guide is the person in charge of a tour (a trip or journey somewhere).
A tourist guide would help tourists but there might not be any travel involved. They might simply direct people to tourist sights in a particular town, for example.
 

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According to the context, shouldn't the word be "sites?"

 
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