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Diego B. Phoenix, AZ

Mexican Nationality, lived 1/2 my life in Mexico City and Yucatan

About Diego

Hi, there! My name is Diego and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2010 in Mexico, and have loved helping my students get to know the basics of the skill or activity they're pursuing. I find out what inspires them to learn about such activity, and let them learn how to love and master it in the way and pace that is optimal for their success. I'm currently in college and will be attending ASU this coming semester, and have learned my skills throughout school (Mira Costa College in San Diego, CA) and hobbies (rugby, drumming in a couple bands, playing sports throughout high school). I'm a patient and enthusiastic person and my teaching style is rudimentary, repetitive, and fun for everyone. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!

Daniel N. Tempe, AZ

I began studying Spanish at a very young age. I traveled to Spain and Chile several times for study abroad and linguistic development. I've studied Spanish throughout the years and had few problems in my classes. I can have conversations and ask for clarification in Spanish, but I am not fluent. I am very reliable academically for classes up to Spanish 202. I prefer to work with little translation and lots of definitions, movement, pictures, videos, phrases, sentences, paragraphs, etc.

About Daniel

I go by Dan; I'm soon to graduate from ASU with my BA in Anthropology and a certificate to teach English to speakers of other languages. I'm available to tutor beginning/basic anthropology (such as the 100-level in college/university), English as a second language, or beginning/intermediate Spanish (anything up to, but not including, the 300 level in college/university). I've been studying anthropology since the beginning of my higher education at the community college in 2009. I've spent a month in Spain every summer for the past three years, once for a study abroad program and twice for personal linguistic development. I was awarded a grant to study Romanian for a month in Romania. I've taken many classes regarding English as a second language, such as the history of, methods, ...

Isabel W. Avondale, AZ

I have been teaching Spanish for over four years and my students have gone on getting bilingual jobs. We will be using whichever Spanish workbook you currently have, I typically use a bestseller with a proven grammar-based approach, we will be doing Spanish activities on the computer and conversation in Spanish. Let's get you communicating in Spanish with confidence, right away. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I cannot wait to meet you!

About Isabel

Hi my name is Isabel, I am fluent in English, Spanish and a little bit of Hindi.  I am a part-time honors college student at Estrella Mountain Community College. I am currently earning a degree in Criminal Justice and I am planning on going to flight school.  I am a very responsible, hardworking, honest, punctual, immaculate, ambitious, adventurous, kind, caring and positively charged person. My aim is to inspire children to enjoy learning, especially reading and writing. I have been teaching private lessons and have worked as an English teacher since 2007. I am available to teach lessons at my home, the Starbucks by my home or your home, whichever is more convenient for you. I look forward to meeting you and helping you reach your goals! Thank you, Isabel

James G. Glendale, AZ

I've been teaching or tutoring Spanish for 40 years. I received my Master of Arts in Spanish from the University of Northern Iowa. As a Teaching Assistant, I taught the first two levels of college Spanish. Since then have taught adult classes in the subject and tutored private students.

About James

Retired federal law enforcement agent, with Masters in Spanish. Taught Spanish and ESL to college students and immigrants, starting in 1976. Over the years, has tutored numerous Spanish students. Since retirement, has taught and mentored law enforcement personnel in several countries.

Makenzie J. Phoenix, AZ

I learned Spanish, as a child, from my Spanish-speaking nanny. She was my best friend growing up. When I was a junior in high school, I moved to Trinidad, Bolivia to enhance my Spanish-speaking skills. I now have an advanced fluency of the Spanish language. I have a real love of languages. I also speak beginning Arabic, and I'm learning Hebrew and French. I can help with basic conversation through advanced verb conjugation. Total immersion of the language is your key to mastery.

About Makenzie

Hi! My name is Makenzie. I'm a paraprofessional at a high school in Phoenix, Arizona. I have been tutoring in high school Math and English for over 5 years. I'm also a visual artist. I paint abstracted landscapes. You may view some of my work on: I love teaching algebra, geometry, chemistry, and physics. I love being surrounded by creative people. Painting brings me so much happiness, and I enjoy living a healthy lifestyle. In 2011, I took a 200 hour training in Ashtanga Yoga. I'm a vegetarian, and I love cooking and sharing recipes.

Wade M. Goodyear, AZ

I learned Spanish by living in Spain for 3 years and i also took 16 college credits in Spanish. I married a girl from Venezuela and she didn't speak any English for 4 years. I speak Spanish at home every day and have visited Venezuela for 8 months. I have been teaching Spanish for 10 years and i really enjoy it. I try to make learning fun which seems to help people learn more quickly.

About Wade

I have a BS and MS in Zoology and a DDS doctorate degree. I taught biology at the college level from 1994 to 1996. I tutored biochemistry in 1996 to 1997. I also tutored trumpet lessons for several years starting in 1984. I have a strong background in biology and chemistry and received a grade point average of 3.7 for all 3 of my college degrees. I find it very rewarding teaching others and helping people to learn. Both of my parents are teachers so I have been exposed to it since I was little. I have a lot of patience and I work hard when educating people.

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