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Mildred R.

Huntersville, NC

"I've been teaching Spanish for several years now and my students have developed a deep love of Latin culture. Within the first few lessons, you'll start speaking simple sentences and as time goes on, you'll be able to conjugate like a pro! I typically use Language books, drawings, word games, magazines and have the following tools available for your lessons: recording equipment, worksheets, and more.I love working with students of all ages levels!, espero verte pronto! Muchas Gracias!Thank you!

About Mildred

Hi, there! My name is Mildred and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching since 2011 and have loved helping my students to learn a new language. Also I loved to see them be able to communicate with people from another culture and accomplish all their goals. I am Hispanic and I speak Spanish fluently. I'm a very responsible person who really loves interact with their students. My teaching style is very flexible and open. I am very creative, resourceful, funny and very open to any suggestions that you may have. I believe learning should be about having fun, so I will make sure that you will have a great time while learning!. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!

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Frank C.

Charlotte, NC

I have been teaching Spanish off and on for the past 6 years. I especially like the conversational style of teaching and also when its the students goal. Everyday you will leave with more insight and knowledge of the language and its foundations. Practice makes perfect!

About Frank

Hey everyone! I am a young teacher, just turned 30 this year and have taught in 3 different countries since 2006. I have taught at public libraries, in a volunteer group in Spain and also at Berlitz Institute in Mexico. So to be honest I loved the blessing of having experienced personalities of 3 different cultures. I got to meet people of all ages, from teenagers at the library to high level executives in around Mexico. I studied at the University of Colorado at Boulder, great place by the way, with a bachelor's in Business Administration and Spanish for Business Professions. For the past almost 6 years I have worked at a Golf Course company in Mexico as a project manager. Before that I worked at a tourism company in Barcelona, Spain. That was a beautiful and fun city! My hobbies are ...

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Erasmo C.

Charlotte, NC

I have taught Spanish in a class setting as well as private lessons. I create specific syllabi according to the student's needs. I focus on what their needs and weaknesses are in order to improve their Spanish skills.

About Erasmo

I consider myself a highly creative individual who likes to help others learn skills that will be useful to their future. I have been in the same situation and also see myself as a professor in the future and this gives me the opportunity to experience teaching first hand.

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Linnea R.

Matthews, NC

Experienced Spanish teacher of 10 years available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. Within the first few lessons, your language skills will greatly improve. I typically use worksheets, books and other activities during lessons. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you!

About Linnea

Hi! My name is Linnea and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching since 1998 and have loved helping my students communicate effectively, gain confidence in their language abilities, and be motivated to learn more. I went to UNC Charlotte and earned a degree in Spanish in 1997 and then completed certification to teach ESL in 2007. I'm a friendly, organized person and my teaching style is creative, thoughtful, and understanding. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!

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Natacha L.

Charlotte, NC

Teach Spanish beginner , intermediate and advanced levels. Grammar, Literature and Composition. I also teach Spanish Conversation and Medical Spanish.

About Natacha

Natacha graduated in 1991 from New York University and has taught Spanish for many years in the United States and abroad.

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