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Mansfield, TX
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I love the beauty of the Spanish language and have enjoyed being a student of the language myself. I practice daily in conversation, in song, and/or via text every day in order to continue improving. As opposed to solely memorizing facts, I can help beginning students learn to effectively communicate in Spanish in a practical way.

About Bridget
Hello! My name is Bridget. I love helping others to reach their goals! How? I believe in having a friendly attitude, actively listening to what the student would like to accomplish, and developing a practical game plan to help each student fulfill his or her objective. I look forward to connecting with you soon!
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Daniel November 14, 2018
· Microsoft Excel · In home
My son is eager to learn. Ms Bridget was the perfect match for him. He said she was patient and really likes the way she teaches. We will definitely continue to use her.
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Gabriella November 2, 2018
· Spanish · In studio
Señora Bridget is the best Spanish teacher I could ask for! She really helps guide me in the right direction and is very informative and helpful! It’s especially important to me that she took it upon herself to learn Spanish at one point as well. It reminds me that I can do it too!
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Tyler March 27, 2018
· Spanish · In home
Great first lesson! My son can't wait to come back.
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Bridget M.

Bridget M.

Mansfield, TX 76063
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About Luis R.

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Irving, TX
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Im a native speaker and fully understand the needs and gramatics of the Spanish language, also immersed myself in English 14 years ago, so I consider myself fully bilingual

About Luis
Originally from Guadalajara, Mexico has studied orchestral conducting under Pedro Bocotan, Leonardo Gasparini, Lynn McLain, Dr Suzanne Pence, Glenn Richter, Carlos Riazuelo and Hector Guzman.
He has conducted several orchestras in Mexico, as a guest conductor appearing in various cities throughout the country, conducting Mozart, Mendelssohn, Sibelius, Vivaldi, Mascagni and Beethoven among others. He currently works as the cover conductor for the Plano Symphony Orchestra and Irving Symphony, as well as working as assistant to Maestro Hector Guzman.
In the operatic field, he has conducted the operas Elixir of Love by Gaetano Donizetti, Rigoletto by Verdi and Amahl, the Night Visitors by G. C. Menotti and Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell.
​He earned his bachelors degree from the University of Texas at Austin where he majored in voice perf
ormance and minored in conducting, continuing his education at LSU's school of music where he earned his Master's degree in orchestral conducting. In Austin, he conducted works by Stephen Sondheim (Into the Woods) and Dan Studney (Reefer Madness.)
​As a voice performer, he has sung the roles of Papageno (The Magic Flute), Ramon (La Curandera), King Balthazar (Amahl and the Night Visitors), Rigoletto (Rigoletto by Verdi), Belcore (Elixir of Love), Warrick (Plump Jack), The Phantom (Phantom of the Opera) among others. He has been heard regularly as a recitalist both in Mexico and throughout the US.
He earned his bachelors degree from the University of Texas at Austin where he majored in voice performance and minored in conducting, continuing his education at LSU's school of music where he earned his Master's degree in orchestral conducting. In Austin, he conducted works by Stephen Sondheim (Into the Woods) and Dan Studney (Reefer Madness.)
He currently serves as cover conductor for the Plano Symphony Orchestra, as well as administrator and librarian for the Irving Symphony.
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Salaia R. August 6, 2018
· Singing · In home
Mr. Rodriguez is the Best!!!! I started with some warm ups and he explained the process of taking breaths in the correct way when singing and breathing. Thank you so much!!
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Luis R.

Irving, TX 75062
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About Diana R.

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Denton, TX
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Want to learn spanish with a fun natve speaker? I am your right choice! Very patience teacher, creative and willing to make the learning process as fun as possible!

About Diana
Hi y'all!
Want to be part of my studio? I am a fun person, very patient and I like learning from each student as well. My way of teaching is personalized because everyone learns in different ways.
Are you a beginner? I can help you start playing!
Are you an advanced student? I can help you prepare for orchestral auditions, chamber music, as well as help you polish technique and musicality.
I hold a Masters degree in violin performance from University of Miami. In addition to this, I have many years of experience in orchestral performance, chamber music, teaching, music festivals and more.
Let's work together! Can't wait to meet you!
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Diana R.

Diana R.

Denton, TX 76205
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$50 / 30-min

About Jessica W.

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Bedford, TX
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Take lessons with a native Spanish speaker! Qualified teacher who tailors classes to students' level, needs, age, learning styles and interests. I have experience working with children and adults from beginner up to advanced levels. I specialize in grammatical and technical classes as well as conversational ones. I tend to follow a rather communicative teaching approach, motivating students to interact in real situations.

Spanish is 100% phonetic. Words are pronounced exactly as they are written. It is fun and it's not difficult to learn. See you soon!

About Jessica
Hello! Hola! My name is Jessica and I'm an experienced Spanish teacher. I was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and I've been teaching Spanish for the last 10 years.
I am fluent in both English and Spanish. Some of my classroom settings include private lessons, group lessons, online lessons, among others. I have experience working with students of all ages and backgrounds such as children, adults, college students, etc.
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Wilson September 27, 2018
· Spanish · In home
Jessica is currently tutoring both of my children and they are so excited and motivated after every lesson!
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Kimberly September 21, 2018
· Spanish · In studio
Jessica is a compassionate, caring teacher. She has a gift with teaching and makes learning fun. My kids love her, & my 12yr says she is his favorite teacher..
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Jessica W.

Jessica W.

Bedford, TX 76021
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About Miguel S.

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Dallas, TX
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You will be learning real Spanish brought from Mexico. That means that you will learn fast and not only to speak the language but also the different manners from the different countries in Mexico. It will be easier to speak to someone in Spanish once you know all the manners and traditions because that basically relates to understand any Spanish spoken in different countries around the world.
Once you learned to speak Spanish, if you are interested, I’ll also teach you some culture and literature so you’ll enrich your mind with the Spanish culture.

About Miguel
I’m a young man who is trying to demostrarte that age don’t matter even to teach something you been learning for years. I’ll not fail you and I guarantee excellent results.
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Miguel S.

Miguel S.

Dallas, TX 75231
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$34 / 30-min
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Flower Mound, TX
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It will be a fun and easy way to learn Spanish. There will be no boring sessions

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Spanish is my first language, I only spoke Spanish at home. People always complement my Spanish I speak it fluently and I plan on doing the same with you. What are you waiting for this is your opportunity!
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Francisco S.

Francisco S.

Flower Mound, TX 75028
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$50 / 30-min

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