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Brooklyn College (Education)
I am an Italian native who has lived in the United States for 38 years. And I am a retired professor with distinction who has taught Spanish and Italian on the college and high school levels with a 27 year career. I have co-authored and published an Italian textbook series.
I am comfortable and enjoy teaching the most basic Italian/Spanish to a beginner or the most advanced student. I also am happy to help practice conversational Italian/Spanish for anyone looking to learn the language more fluently or planning for an upcoming vacation abroad.
As a professor, one of my most enjoyable parts of my career was one on one tutoring and is the reason I would like to continue doing this today. I take pride in seeing my students excel and achieve their ultimate goals.
I have provided students with a tremendous amount of comfort speaking a foreign language. Learning a second language can seem daunting, but through my experience and non-aggressive teaching style, I can reliably say that I can help.
Italian and Spanish professor
I am an Italian native who has lived in the United States for 38 years. And I am a retired professor with distinction who has taught Spanish and Italian on the college and high school levels with a 27 year career. I have co-authored
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