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ASU West (Spanish)
I have been a level 1 ER Trauma medical interpreter, a translator, and bilingual writer. I can help you learn to read/write/speak from beginner level to advanced Spanish/English. I also offer medical interpreter and translator coaching/tutoring, so that you can be a successful expert in medical interpreting/translating. I am familiar with all the rules for ethical medical interpreting.
I have a bachelor's degree in Spanish. I speak fluently in both languages, and am an expert writer and translator and interpreter in both languages. I have experience in Hispanic marketing/writing, medical interpreting, and translating for company marketing campaigns.
I am a native fluent English speaker and have won writing awards in both English and Spanish throughout my career.
You can contact me with your tutoring request. I tutor all ages, from elementary student to college student to professional in the workplace. I can help you succeed and show you tips and tricks that are unique and will help you succeed to be multilingual. I have been a level 1 ER Trauma medical interpreter, a translator, and bilingual writer. I can help you learn to read/write/speak from beginner level to advanced Spanish/English. I also offer medical interpreter and translator
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