I have just returned from a four year stay in Spain. I have Spanish nationality, which I acquired from a previous stay of eight years. I speak with native ability and little or no accent. All my teaching experience has been that of teaching English as a foreign language. Still, this requires a strong understanding of Spanish grammar in order to get sentence structure and expressions across to my students.
I studied Spanish language and literature from the age of twelve until I finished university. I also studied French and Portuguese to some degree. In addition to improving my Spanish through my travels, I also have added much of what I know through films, literature, and music. I am hoping to encourage my students to improve their Spanish with my enthusiasm.
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