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University of Missouri St. Louis (MBA)
I am a Spanish speaking native born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have now lived in the United States for over 20 years, and come from a family of Spanish teachers! I do mostly freelance legal and medical interpreting work and love every minute of it! I have also tutored in the past and found it very fun helping people to learn or get better in their new language of Spanish.
Being a native speaker of the language, I have interpreted for the local courts for almost 9 years and I have had the pleasure of tutoring a lot of these co-worker's children and relatives.
I highly encourage you to learn or get fluent in a second or third language! In this day and age, knowing another language can take you a long way and I usually try to make tutoring fun so you can enjoy your material & tutoring time!
Being able to practice terminology and having on the spot conversations with someone who can help correct your mistakes and affirm your skill is a great thing to partake in, so I encourage you all to participate in any tutoring sessions you can if you want to advance your skill level in Spanish. I am a Spanish speaking native born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have now lived in the United States for over 20 years, and come from a family of Spanish teachers! I do mostly freelance legal and medical interpreting work and love every minute of it! I have also tutored in the past and
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