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Madonna university BS (Biology)
My name is Misuky. I was born and raised in Mexico. I have worked with Doctors and Nurses in Hospitals helping Spanish speakers to translate their conversations from Spanish to English and English to Spanish. Also, I was the Supplemental Instructor for Spanish at Indiana University Southeast. When I was working as a SI leader, I was meeting with students twice a week for an hour before class to go over the material they covered, and as well as the new material they were going to cover. Hello,
My name is Misuky. I was born and raised in Mexico. I have worked with Doctors and Nurses in Hospitals helping Spanish speakers to translate their conversations from Spanish to English and English to Spanish. Also,
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Misuky does a great job of blending the basics with people at all levels. We are a very green crew who are learning the very basics and Misuky has been good with keeping the attention of the class while making the learning material interactive in nature.
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My native language is Spanish. I worked at Indiana University southeast as Supplemental Spanish instructor, and I also helped Spanish speakers to translate their conversations to English in hospital settings. My husband is Japanese, and when we met he spoke very little Spanish. Now, he's fluent in Spanish. Because of that he deals with different companies in Mexico. He's the only one in the company that speaks three different languages, Japanese, Spanish and English.