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Speaks Spanish, English
Awarded Spanish tutor certified from Spain from Sonora ELE Language Awareness (Spain)
Teaching since 2011
Hola, cómo estás? I am a certified native teacher. I was born in Madrid, Spain (Europe), and I live in California since 2014. I love teaching, and have all my life. I know how to teach you Spanish in the best way, with funny and effective classes, with patience, and with speaking slowly and clearly. You will learn the best proper pronunciation, our customs and our expressions. You will be able to speak with expressions, accent, emphasys and more different options of the language that only can be taught by natives teachers.
We will learn by enjoying and practicing, through one to one conversation, exercises, repetitions and homework.
Should be great as well to do lessons with 2 students . It is cheaper and works really really good.
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Hola, cómo estás? I am a certified native teacher. I was born in Madrid, Spain (Europe), and I live in California since 2014. I love teaching, and have all my life. I have a lot of experience; I know how to teach Spanish in the best way, mexican style and any latin style as well. With eff
Speaks American Sign Language, English
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2006
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I make it easy and fun to learn. Its the only language that uses your hands, body, facial expression. Its great to learn at all ages. I am very patient and motivated to get you to learn. Sign up with me and lets get started today!
Hi! Thank you for stopping by! I'm Jenn! Welcome to my profile! Sit back and relax and lets enjoy this ride together. Some say I am very diverse. growing up I learned several musical instruments and it has just expanded through the years. I have played on a cruise ship, several orchestras, and even
Speaks English, Japanese
Teaching since 2014
Awarded Winner of Steinway Piano Junior Artist from Steinway
Native Japanese Speaker available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I will structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong communication skills in Japanese! Welcome to speaking session!!
Hikari Nakamura is a native Japanese who grew up in Japan and lived in the United States for over 20 years. Hikari has a wide experiences in Japanese-English translations, interpretation, subtitling, social media content creation as well as voice over. As a tutor and private instructor, Hikari
Teaches students 15 and up
Bachelor of Arts in Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures from University of Texas at Austin
I teach in a very context-based, interactive way. I don't believe that rote memorization is an effective tool for language learning, so I create games and scenarios for my students to apply the information that they learn in a fun and exciting way. I create a study set for each of my student's lessons and share them with them for their at-home studying.
In the past 10 years, I have lived and worked in the Arab world, was formally educated in Arabic, and taught the Arabic language to an array of students. I hold a dual degree with honors from The University of Texas at Austin in Psychology and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures. I studied di
Speaks Spanish, Latin, Italian, English
Bachelor Degree in Voice from University of Modena
Teaches students 10 to 65
I'm a native Italian, now base in St. Louis are. I'm teaching Italian to private students since 2015 with great result. We can discuss together the different way I teach to learn this beautiful language.
Hi, my name is Benedetta and I am an Italian Opera Singer now based in USA. I always loved music from an early age and I began performing at the age of 14 and continued my education at the Conservatory of Music and Philharmonic Academy in my country. I have a bachelor degree and a master in voice.
Speaks Arabic, Duala, English, French, German
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
MBA (concentration in Finance) from Zicklin School of Business, New York, NY
French is my second language, but it often feels as it if were the first, as I have been speaking it for many years on an everyday and professional basis. My grammar is excellent, as I learned the rules in junior high school in the Paris suburbs (grammar is an important part of French schooling). I edited a 240-page scholarly book, De La Case A La Villa (published 2014), and I give both private and group lessons.
Bonjour! Hello! Hallo! I teach several languages: French, German, and English for non-native English speakers. I tailor my lessons to each student's individual needs and I always go above and beyond the basic lesson, with follow up between lessons. I try to make learning a language fun and alive
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