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Frederick Community College
I am a native Spanish speaker with 7 years of experience teaching/tutoring Spanish. I am available for adult, high school, and middle school students. I am very familiar with the Frederick County Middle, High School, and Community College curriculum and text books. My level of expertise in both Spanish & English grammar enables me to facilitate the learning process more quickly and provides the student with a deeper understanding of both languages. I will personalize my classes according to your individual needs and level of subject knowledge. My experience includes working with public and private school students, diplomats at The European Union HQ, scientists at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, doctors at NIH, and adults simply looking to enhance their lives by learning a new language. Group rates available.
I am a native Spanish speaker with 7 years of experience teaching/tutoring Spanish. I am available for adult, high school, and middle school students. I am very familiar with the Frederick County Middle, High School, and Community College curriculum and text books. My level of expertise in
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