University of California Riverside (Spanish Literature)
My passion for Spanish grew in high school that I decided to continue learning more about the language. I studied phonetics and literature. Each have been essential in understanding and mastering the language. I'm fluent in the language(read, write, and speak).
In high school, Spanish was made easy to grasp with simple rules that I continue to apply up to this date. My professor taught the class where we only spoke Spanish in class, had projects, and even added culture in our learning. Spanish may differentiate in certain areas of America but it involves same basic rules but it is enjoyable in literature, folk lore, legends, and customs. I took the AP test and passed with the highest score.
I graduated in the University of California, Riverside with a Bachlors in Spanish Literature. My love for Spanish grew. Spanish wasn't just about conjugating verbs or practicing the language that I took it to the next level. I went further into analyzing, understanding, and interpret literature of great authors.
From high school to university, I've managed help my classmate understand the material and clarify concepts that professor had gone over. I tutored 3 students in understating how to conjugate verbs, where the accent goes, and breaking the words into syllables. At this point, students have learned to enjoy The Spanish language.
I have a flexible schedule to work with students one on one where it's practicing the language with question and response, conjugations which seem most difficult for most students, and more. My goal is for student to understand the concept and pass their class. Hope to gain more interest in learning more than just speaking the language. My passion for Spanish grew in high school that I decided to continue learning more about the language. I studied phonetics and literature. Each have been essential in understanding and mastering the language. I'm fluent in the language(read, write, and speak).
In high school, Spanish was made easy to grasp with simple rules that I
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I have a Bachelors degree in Spanish. I took courses in phonetics and language. I did a study abroad in Costa Rica to enrich the language and culture.