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University of California, Berkeley (Spanish Language and Literature)
San Jose Sate University (Master's)
I have experience tutoring college and high school students in Spanish language grammar, spoken language, and writing. I have more that 25 years experience in study and use of Spanish language and literature, both peninsular and Latin American. I am trained in theory and practice of second language acquisition via Spanish linguistics courses and seminars. I can train both native heritage bilinguals and English speaking beginners in how to understand Spanish language lessons, how to read Spanish, how to pronounce the language and how to get an ear for comprehension of the language. I can help both the Spanish one beginning student as well as more advanced students for all the help they may need in exams, written assignments, classroom presentations and projects, speaking in dialogue practices, spelling, and I can answer whatever questions they have about grammar. I know how to break down the rules of the language in a non-technical way that anyone can understand. I have experience tutoring college and high school students in Spanish language grammar, spoken language, and … Read more
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