Born and raised in Spain, I traveled to America to get my college degree. I am now a junior at Eckerd College. I study International Business and Marketing, with a specialization in Entrepreneurship and Management.
Besides studying, I also work. I have been a Spanish tutor for the past year and a half. I am a very professional tutor, full of energy, always willing to teach my best. My current and former students have improved their Spanish progressively at a constant but fast pace.
I graduated from High-School in Spain but I am going to graduate from college in the U.S. Since Spanish is my native language, I believe that I can teach it better than a non-native speaker. Moreover, I am completely fluent in English, which helps the students learn better, especially beginners.
I make Spanish something fun to learn! Just imagine how useful would be to speak more than one language. Let's make it happen.
I enjoy being able to help people out. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with those who are willing to learn because, with the right mindset, we can achieve anything we want.
Danny is a very fun tutor! He is patient and moves at a great pace. Definitely recommend him whether you are a beginner or trying to perfect the language!
He was always helpful and willing to help me, even if he wasn’t scheduled. There isn’t a more dedicated tutor and he’s always respectful and kind to others.
I first introduce myself and ask them a few questions. I like to know a little more about my students. Each student is different and I am aware of that. I want the best for each individual and I work for it.
Almost two years of experience in Spanish tutoring for college students.
I charge 12$ per hour. However, the student might just need help with an assignment (reviewing a paper, doing the homework, preparing a presentation, etc). In that case, I charge per assignment instead of per hour. Prices depend on each assignment, but prices will always be cheap.
I started when I first came to the US, since I realized that many Americans want to learn Spanish but don't always have the facilities
Mostly college students, but also high-school and adults.
I just reviewed a very important project from a girl that needs to pass it in order to graduate with a Spanish Major.
Listen to those who are willing to teach and do the best for you. At the same time, be patient and trust the process of learning. It works
What do I want? How could I make it happen? Am I willing to work for it?