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University of North Ga (Nursing)
I speak, read and write Spanish fluently. I took two years in high school and a year in college. I enjoyed it so much, I kept studying and using it as much as I could, and that's how I became fluent. I love the language so much, the culture, the people, there is so much to learn. I want to be able to help others enjoy learning.
I am new to the area, and plan to re-enroll at Dalton State College in the Spring. I am currently on the track for my BSN in Nursing. I have only tutored as a side job, and mostly just for friends and family. Even though I don't have a teaching degree or certification, I am confident in my abilities to help others learn. I have a strong understanding of different Spanish speaking countries, their cultures and their accents/dialects.
I enjoy tutoring because I loved learning Spanish. However, I struggle a lot in Math/Algebra. Having a tutor I could relate to made a world of difference for me. Each person learns differently and at different speeds. For some, learning can be a chore. I enjoy the challenge of making Spanish fun while learning and being able to move forward.
I know how frustrating it can be to just simply not understand something. My goal is to help you succeed in learning a different language. It is more than just vocabulary words and conjugations. Learn to enjoy and appreciate this beautiful language. I speak, read and write Spanish fluently. I took two years in high school and a year in college. I enjoyed it so much, I kept studying and using it as much as I could, and that's how I became fluent. I love the language so much,
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