Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) (Other)
Escuela Oficial de Turismo de Madrid (Spain) (Other)
I am a highly experienced and well-trained native Spanish Teacher and Translator raised and educated in Spain. I hold a B.A. Degree in English-Spanish Translating and Interpreting by a University in Spain and I also studied Medical Translation and Interpreting at UCSD Extension. I am, as well, a Certified Spanish Teacher by Greenhill College in London. I have more than 20 years' experience teaching Spanish. I have been trained for one-on-one tutoring in order to ensure the most efficient tutoring.
I am very patient, understanding, friendly, and easygoing person. I know how to motivate students to love learning and help them experience learning a foreign language, as well as learning its culture.
I offer private Spanish tutoring one-on-one, one-on-two and in group to children, middle school, High School and College students and adults as well. I can also provide assistance with the preparation of Advanced Placement Spanish Language and Culture test.
All levels of Spanish: beginner, intermediate and advanced. Spanish tutoring covers grammar, vocabulary, conversational skills, pronunciation, reading and writing. Conversation, Intensive and crash courses also available.
If you want to learn proper Spanish from a professional and certified Spanish Teacher, please, contact me. I teach Castilian Spanish as well as Latin American and Mexican Spanish. I am a highly experienced and well-trained native Spanish Teacher and Translator raised and educated in Spain. I hold a B.A. Degree in English-Spanish Translating and Interpreting by a University in Spain and I also studied Medical
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