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My name is Eva. I'm originally from Madrid (Spain). I've been living in the USA for 12 years already. I've worked as a Home School Liaison In Chesebro Elementary school, being a liaison between Hispanic parents and teachers, and students. I helped translate in Spanish the school website also. I've been a translator in Dekalb School District for 5 years.
I've been tutoring Spanish for 4 years. I tutored kids of all ages from preschoolers through college.
I have helped students prepare for exams and help with homework.
I'm native Spanish speaker (Castilian). I have plenty of resources, books, and materials to work with any age, or level. I also offer conversation classes for business, to practice, or for people that wishes to know some Spanish before a big trip to a Spanish speaking country.
I had a day care in my house for 4 years. I babysat children of various ages from newborns through twelve-year-olds. Spanish was the only language spoken in my house. These kids are now fluent in Spanish.
I study in Escuela de Turismo. Madrid (Spain). Title of Technician of Business and Tourist Activities.
I'm currently working part-time as a Spanish teacher in a Private school, and I'm tutoring a 4 year old.
I'm native Spanish speaker (Castillian), I have a lot of experience teaching. I have plenty of resources for everyone.
I invite you to schedule with me!! Any ages, any reason. Learning another language. Hi,
My name is Eva. I'm originally from Madrid (Spain). I've been living in the USA for 12 years already. I've worked as a Home School Liaison In Chesebro Elementary school, being a liaison between Hispanic parents and teachers, and students. I helped translate in Spanish the school
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