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(University of Texas at Austin (Spanish)
I am a junior at UT Austin double majoring in Spanish and Human Development and Family Sciences. I am also in the UTeach program to pursue a Spanish teaching certification for preschool through 12th grade students. I chose to major in Spanish because it has been a dream of mine to become fluent, and I can help you work toward your language goals as well. I have a 4.0 in Spanish and I will be graduating with the spring class of 2018.
I have one year of experience tutoring 7th grade Spanish 1 students. I spent the summer of 2016 studying abroad in Santander, Spain where I completed total Spanish immersion, so my Spanish skills right now are the best they have ever been. I have received a high A in every Spanish course I have taken, from Spanish 1 to the upper division college courses at UT Austin. I love Spanish; ever since I first learned it, I have had a passion for it. I hope I can help you come to love it as much as I do! As your tutor, I can help with anything, whether it be homework, writing essays, preparing presentations, understanding grammar and verb conjugations, or even speaking skills. Whatever you need, we can work something out! I am a full-time student myself, so I am able to work around my classes during the day to best accommodate your schedule.
I am a junior at UT Austin double majoring in Spanish and Human Development and Family Sciences. I am also in the UTeach program to pursue a Spanish teaching certification for preschool through 12th grade students. I chose to
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