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ITESM - Monterrey, Mexico (International Relations)
Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Spain (International Relations and Communications) (Master's)
Hello, I'm Cynthia and I am originally from Monterrey, Mexico. Spanish is my first language and I have experience teaching basic Spanish for little kids and conversational Spanish with advanced students. I have lived in the United States for 15 years, and while I still have an accent my English is really good. I am a mom of 3 kids and they are old enough that now I can go back to work in a job with flexible hours.
For me speaking Spanish is a treat because there are not a lot of Spanish speaking people around to chat with. I like to teach people Spanish. People always ask me to translate words or help them communicate with people who don't speak English; and I when I do it I have a sense of satisfaction because I am able to help them. I hope you consider me to tutor you in Spanish. I always make my classes fun and we can work on specifics areas where you may need extra help.
Since I am from Mexico, I speak and write perfect Spanish. I know a lot about the differences between the Spanish from Mexico, other Latin American countries and Spain. I've also lived in Spain for two years while studying my Masters Degree. I am good at explaining grammar and I know I can help you learn proper Spanish.
I have flexible hours and days. I am ready to work if you are. Please feel free to contact me for more information. Hello, I'm Cynthia and I am originally from Monterrey, Mexico. Spanish is my first language and I have experience teaching basic Spanish for little kids and conversational Spanish with advanced students. I have lived in the United
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