College of Western Idaho
I have a huge passion when it comes to helping out people. Since I was four years old I started school without knowing a single word in English. After five years of learning English day and night, I've mastered it to its perfection by helping out my parents in translating letters that came in the mail. I was already fluent in Spanish, but I didn't know how to read and write so I took five years of grammar from Spanish classes offered at the school, and advanced classes from college at my high school. I graduated from Capital High School in the year 2013, and all the Spanish teachers know me really well due to the fact that I always helped them grade all of their students homework, and was a teacher's aide for a whole year. I loved the fact that I was making a difference in somebody else's life by teaching them another language. It was easy for me and fun!
Since I enjoy so much helping out people, I was helping out people from Cuba, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, that came here to the United Stated without knowing a single word of English, helping them out at there job by translating documents and teaching them the way of life. I have never taught one on one but I know I'm really good at helping people out so due to that fact, I know I can be a great help to your kids and teach them what I know already. I currently attend College of Western Idaho for Computer Specialist Programmer and my time is a little busy, but we can talk about the schedule and price. I'm excited and ready to teach your child.
I'm fluent in reading, writing, and translating with 5 years of Spanish grammar and 5 years of English grammar.
Give me a try and I will prove to you how easy and fun Spanish really is ! I have a huge passion when it comes to helping out people. Since I was four years old I started school without knowing a single word in English. After five years of learning English day and night, I've mastered it to its perfection by helping out my parents in translating letters that came
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