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Hofstra University (spanish)
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Thundrvird Graduate School of Global Business (MBA)
I am an ex-college level spanish professor and US Army Attache, assigned to several US Embassies in Latin American countries, totally bilingual (English/Spanish), ready to tutor your son or daughter or adults. One on one, with a great mix of culture of the region, I will help you learn everyday Spanish and you will be well on your way to mastery of the language. The learning environment is speaking-centered, in your home or office. I have taught Spanish to US citizens, and English to Latin Americans. I am a an ex-member of Foreign exchange program, the "Experiment in International Living", to Mexico. As a university professor, I started a very successful (yes, it's still going on), foreign exchange program for students of Panama.
As an Army officer, I have translated and performed in country liaison duties for visiting VIP's from the US and foreign governments. I have taught businessmen, military and humanitarian aid officials throughout Latin America, to include Honduras, Mexico, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia and Ecuador, in both English and Spanish.
Looking forward to see you soon.
Richard I am an ex-college level spanish professor and US Army Attache, assigned to several US Embassies in Latin American countries, totally bilingual (English/Spanish), ready to tutor
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