Conversational Spanish

Conversational Spanish

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About this tutor

I am a native Spanish speaker (from Spain), and have been living in California for 15 years, and now I'm based in New York City. I am completely fluent in both languages, and would love to help people better their spanish-speaking skills. I think that conversing in a second language is the best way to get better. 

I know that right now times are hard for everyone with the current COVID-19 situation, and I think that now more than ever is a great time to start learning a new language. I would be happy to do zoom calls, google hangout calls, or even texting conversations if that works for certain people. 

I have always loved when friends ask me to help them with their Spanish. I could talk for days about anything, and like I mentioned before, I think that conversation is the best way to learn a language (once you know the basics). I love talking to people, and if I can also help someone better a skill at the same time that's even better! 

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New York City , NY 10024
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I first will want to know where you think your skill level is with the language before we meet, so that I can come up with a first meeting lesson plan.If you have some experience, and are here for a "conversational lesson" (for lack of a better term), I would send you a list questions to answer so that we have certain topics to talk about. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I was born in Spain, and grew up speaking both Spanish and English in my home. I also got a minor in Spanish at Cal State University Fullerton. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

For a "conversational lesson" (having a conversation completely in Spanish to better those skills) : $30/hour 


How did you get started teaching?

I don't have any formal experience teaching Spanish, but I have always been the person that friends and peers go to when they need help with any Spanish homework, or when they want to practice speaking in the language. 


What types of students have you worked with?

Again, no formal students, but I have helped people ages 14 and up. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Hire someone who is a native from a country that speaks the language you are trying to learn, and make sure that you get along with your teacher. 


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