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Learning Spanish in Dallas
By Spanish tutor Micah B. (https://takelessons.com/profile/micah-b3)
So, you’re living in Texas. That means that Spanish is muy importante. Many job applicants are realizing that being bilingual is not only cool, but necessary in a state with such a large population of Spanish speakers. Since there is such a demand for Spanish speakers, it is easy to get immersed without having to move to Mexico.
To supplement your Spanish lessons in Dallas, here are some ways to practice the language around the area.
Tired of grammar drills? Go see a movie! If you’re having fun with a language, then you’re learning. Cinema Latino in Fort Worth shows Hollywood and Spanish-speaking films, as well as documentaries important to the Hispanic community. English-speaking movies will have subtitles in Spanish, so you can learn while you are entertained. If you really want to challenge yourself, grab tickets to a Spanish-speaking movie for serious listening practice. I dare you! Check out Cinemalatino.com for more information. Feel like staying in? Go rent a movie at Premiere Movie -- they have an obscenely large foreign film section.
Are you a book aficionado? Then let’s jump into a book! The Spanish culture is known for its many Nobel Prize- winning authors and poets. Reading books outside of your regular Spanish lessons in Dallas will help you use vocabulary correctly because you’re learning it in context. Books also contain a lot of dialogue, which will help you with idiomatic expressions that often aren’t found in textbooks. Learning these expressions allows you to sound more like a native. That’s the point, right? I recommend checking out The Wild Detectives bookstore and café (thewilddetectives.com), which was opened by two Spaniards who moved to Dallas for work, so it has a European vibe with an eclectic mix of events hosted monthly. Lucky Dog Books also contains a large variety of used and new Spanish language books (Luckydogbooks.com).
Want to stroll around Mexico without having to buy the expensive plane ticket? Go get some real tacos in Oak Cliff. Sit at one of the outdoor taco stands and soak in your surroundings, listen in on neighboring conversations, and see if you can follow the conversation. Immersing yourself in the language helps you connect the vocabulary and grammar to realistic situations. If someone accuses you of being metiche (nosy), then openly tell them you’re trying to learn Spanish. I can almost guarantee that you will be asked to sit at their table and join in the conversation! The Mexican culture is very welcoming, so use it to your advantage and start chatting. Ask your new friends about their favorite music and download it when you get home.
Not ready for native speakers just yet? Sign up with Meetup.com. There are Spanish conversation groups meeting in every neighborhood: Richardson, Plano, Irving, and more. Most of them meet on weekends at a local coffee shop or bookstore. Getting your feet wet with non-native speakers is a fantastic way to gain confidence. Not only will your conversation skills improve, but you will be meeting other Spanish language lovers in Dallas, which will only lead to more Spanish learning. Then you’ll have friends to brave those Spanish-speaking movies with.
Learning a new language is a big commitment, so why shouldn’t it be fun? If you include variety in your learning experience, then you will not get burned out or bored. Movies, books, music, and interesting conversations should all be a part of your learning repertoire. As long as Spanish is a part of your day, then you are on your way to fluency. Music in the car, books before bed, conversation on the weekends, and movies on a night out: this will set you up for success as you take Spanish lessons in Dallas!
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I have lived in Spain more than 20 years, I am a native Spanish speaker. I studied all my youth and finished High School there in Spain. I can teach grammar, correct pronunciation and how to write the language correctly.
If you are asking yourself if it is the same language than the Mexican Spanish, yes, it is the same. The only difference is that the mexicans use some other vocabulary and other expressions. It is similar in how british vocabulary and american vocabulary differ, when they refer to some things in particular. In any case, it is the same exact language.
I have experience teaching very beginners. And if you have a lot of knowledge about the language but you want to improve your speaking in a very high level, I am the one to speak to! Because I am a NATIVE speaker, I will show you how really Spaniards speakers express themselves and talk.
I taught people from other countries the language and I really enjoy it !!
I studied a 6 year piano degree in Spain, finishing the degree with the highest grade in piano performance.
I teach classical piano but I can also teach other styles! My specialization is Classical Music and if you want to learn the music of Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin and many more, I can help you! In any case, if you want to I can teach you other styles as well as how to play the songs you love.
I also love teaching music theory. Music theory is the knowledge that let us learn and understand how harmony, melody and rhythm intertwine in a musical piece. Knowing music theory can even help you expand your artistic skills and be able to write songs or improvise.
I have experience teaching children in Spain and in Texas now for several years.
I speak Spanish as a native because I was raised for many years in Spain. Therefore, I can teach grammar, writing and perfect pronunciation.
If you are asking yourself if it is the same language than Central and Southern American Spanish, yes. It is the same language. The only difference that we have is in vocabulary or different expressions in some occasions. An example would be how British vocabulary and American vocabulary differ. In any case, it is the same exact language.
If you want to learn piano, music or Spanish, I can help you achieve your goals, it is worth it!!
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I gained my own experience practicing Spanish as an intern in a Spanish speaking law office in Santiago, Chile. I have also tutored high school Spanish 1 before.
We will practice through games, the use of memorization strategies, and more. Whether you are intrigued with learning a new language or you are simply interested in passing a class, you will likely come out with a greater appreciation for the language.
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I have experience both teaching and tutoring. I have also passed the CBEST (the California Basic Education Skills Test).
I look forward to tutoring you!
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I focus on conjugation, grammar, composition, vocabulary, and oral skills.
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I earned a Master's degree in Spanish from the University of North Texas, where I gained substantial experience as a graduate teaching fellow and teaching assistant. I've also worked at the Wichita Falls ISD as a Substitute Teacher and an English as a Second Language (ESL) Tutor, and at Vernon College as the Tutoring Center Coordinator. In these professions, I've gained a wealth of experience in working with elementary to college-age students, and I would love to have the opportunity to show you how beautiful language-learning can be!
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The primary goal of this program is to foster participants pursuing independent studies on Hispanic Mysticism for self-development or for ministry. This program will provide you with the necessary vocabulary to explore the literary work of the writers associated primarily to the Spanish Letters Golden Age.
Particularly benefit will find those interested in reading directly from primary sources offered by the publishing house: "Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos", BAC.
Please be aware this is an advance level Spanish language class. Native Spanish speakers are welcome to participate.
Students choose an author/concentration of their preference, and are required to acquire the necessary related bibliography which may include:
On St John of the Cross:
- Lucinio Ruano de la Iglesia. (2002) Obras Completas San Juan de la Cruz Doctor de la Iglesia. Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos.
On St Theresa of Jesus:
- Efren de la Madre de Dios y Otger Steggink. (1997) Obras ...
Spanish is my mother tongue, and my vocabulary, grammar and writing knowledge and skills are over the average native speakers. I'm a Civil Engineer and I can help you achieve any goal you are seeking with this language. Even poetry!
I’m a music passionate and guitar player for 25 years, with interest in all type of music styles and playing. My goal is to improve your instrument and musical knowledge, but especially to help you have as much fun as possible with it. BEGINNERS ARE VERY WELCOMED !!!I adjust my teaching method and techniques to your goals, besides style and preferences. Acoustic and/or electric, blues, rock, fingerstyle, composition basics, the music theory grounds to play better, and much more! I support my work with YouTube, a few books according to your style and lots of backtracks, self-re
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I've always wanted to move to Spain after college, so for the past five years, I've studied Spanish in both the classroom and by myself. Currently, my family is hosting a Spanish foreign exchange student who helps me improve my own skills by speaking with me and helping me study.
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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.
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Immersive, intensive and interactive approach to Romance languages through folk music and acting and interacting in group set up or one to one.
I believe in learning while laughing and comparing to a better and faster understanding.
We can focus in English and Spanish or included other Romance languages like French, Italian and Portuguese or even all of them at the same time.
All these languages have a very similar root, just need to learn the different approach and in few sessions you will have an understanding of the whole Romance world.
Allowing and speeding the learning and the fluidity of your conversation exponentially.
I live to compare and enrich my culture and share the knowledge with the world.
Beside comparing Romance languages to one another for better understanding and deeper learning we will be comparing between the different kind of Spanish on the globe.
So we will not only learn Castilian but a wider ranger of South American expression and idioms so we can be fully understood where ever we go!
We will learn through subjects of interest of the student. The lessons will be interesting as the student will be asked what is the best and funniest way that he/she would like to learn. This is a process of two (teacher-student) where we will learn and grow together to achieve the student's goals.
I am very pleased to have the opportunity to teach this beautiful language.
I am a student athlete that comes from Bogotá, Colombia. I graduated from high school with a 3.8 GPA and currently, I am a junior student of Political Science with a 3.7 GPA.
I lived in Spain for a semester and studied English and Spanish there.
Being myself an athlete, I am very consistent, organized, and dsciplined. That is why I take my lessons very serious and give my all to the students.
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