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Vertel S.

Dallas, TX
Starting at $39
  • Speaks English, Spanish
  • Teaching since 2012
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Vertel S.

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I focus on conjugation, culture, grammar, composition, vocabulary, and conversation skills.

About Vertel

It took the love of another language to help me appreciate my own, and later, to appreciate the beauty of learning. As an educator, I care about more than just a passing grade; my goal is to see you succeed beyond your wildest expectations! MORE ABOUT ME I earned a Master's degree in Spanish fr

Carolina V.

9 Reviews
Teaches Online
Starting at $30
  • Speaks english, spanish
  • Teaches students Male: 5 to 55; Female: 4 to 65
  • Teaching since 1999
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Carolina V.

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Learn Spanish! It is time!! I'm a native Spanish speaker and I know the vocabulary from many Spanish spoken countries. With my methodology you will learn fast and accurately. Conversation, pronunciation, some grammar, listening and reading, everything you need to feel confident to speak in a short time.

About Carolina

Hola Soy de Colombia/Native Spanish speaker, with 2 degrees and a Master's degree with more than 15 years of experience teaching all levels. I can help you if you are just a beginner or advance and want to improve your vocabulary and conversational skills. My lessons are fun and I have a lot of ma

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Katie
Carolina is a wonderful teacher! I took Spanish in high school and used it sporadically for my work, but I want to become fluent in the language. After taking lessons with Carolina for a few months I feel more confident conversing in Spanish and that I am well on my way to fluency. She is really sweet, but also good about making sure I do my homework, practice my verbs and keep up with my speaking. I highly recommend her as a teacher!
Juan Carlos L.
Everyone wants to sing, but you need a teacher.
She is the best there is.
Katie
Carolina is a great teacher! I have been studying with her for a little over a year and I have seen a great improvement in my Spanish skills. She is also very easy to work with for scheduling classes and just generally nice and pleasant. I highly recommend her.

Conrado M.

Teaches Online
Starting at $15
  • Teaches students 5 and up
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaching since 2012
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Conrado M.

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I have been teaching people from all different backrounds, native languages, ages and skills. I always focus on the student goals and interests while making it fun but also making sure we get the most out of every class... I always leave some homework so that we can follow the process in between classes.

About Conrado

Im 26, i love performing and diving and i ve been in university learning and teaching different areas in Engineering and Economics School. I need to get some outdoors and activities everyday such as scuba diving, hiking, skiing.

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Lillian G.

Teaches Online
Starting at $59
  • Speaks English, Spanish
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Teaches students 5 to 85
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Lillian G.

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As a recently retired teacher of diverse experiences, I have taught all levels of Spanish. I am very good at remediation and find ways to enlighten the student. I have had the fun of teaching little ones and still work with adults who want to keep their minds active, prepare for a trip, or job.

About Lillian

I taught for 32 years in New York State Public Schools and still teach when I can. I have been fingerprinted and am fully certified in Spanish K-12, ESL K-6, and Elementary K-6. I have mostly taught a combination of Spanish and ESL K-12 but also college level and adults. I love teaching and like to

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Robert M.

9 Reviews
Teaches Online
Starting at $32
  • Speaks English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Papiamentu (language from Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao)
  • Teaching since 1973
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
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Robert M.

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I have been teaching Spanish since 1973, when I was 20 years old.
I did it for 10 years long (and still do) and I used so many methods that I finally came up with my own method to teach students of any age, any background and any motivation to learn a system that efficient, that will have you speak Spanish, and have a normal conversation from lesson one! I focus on verbs and practical conversation but no nonsense stories most books have. Books are only optional! And I am available also in between lessons and for as long as you need me in your lifetime with no retainer fees! The vocabulary is Latin American real life as you see it in the news! And best of all, I speak Spanish since I was 7 years old, when I used to live in Uruguay! I speak and teach 7 languages, soI know what is is to learn a foreign language and I know how to make it easier for you!

About Robert

My name is Robert M. I have a Spanish Teaching Degree from Curacao, a beautiful island that once was part of The Netherlands and I started teaching since 1973. So far I have been teaching Spanish for 12 years. I also have an Associate Degree in Applied Arts in Advertising Design from the Art Instit

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Dmitri R.

2 Reviews
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Starting at $30
  • Speaks English, Russian, Italian, Spanish, German
  • Teaches students 5 and up
  • Voice from Manhattan School of Music
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Dmitri R.

2 Reviews
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"¡Hola! Empesamos?" "Hey there! Lets start.)"
Native, correctly pronounced, conversational Spanish with practical implementation for the real world. Knowledge of Latin American and Spanish culture, cuisine, expressions and other cool facts will make you enjoy a fun learning experience. Lets start talking Spanish from the start!)

Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world so congratulations for having made a great choice!

About Dmitri

As a singer with an ongoing career, there is nothing more enjoyable than sharing my international stage experience as well as years of real life technical vocal knowledge with my students, to help them achieve immediate results in their vocal progress regardless of their current level of developmen

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Anna Z.
Thanks to Dmitri I learned how to read Russian in 20 min)) Now he is explaining to me the structure of the language and I've already learned some key phases! Dmitri, Thank you for opening the door to this beautiful language!
Milena F.
In the very first lesson Dmitri was able to fix my breathy singing voice issue once and for all! I am so happy with him and could not recommend him more!
He really speaks several languages and has a vast knowledge not only on technique but on repertoire and style.
Most importantly is that he is patient and so encouraging.

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Average Cost of Spanish Lessons in Dallas, TX

The average cost of 60-minute Spanish lessons in Dallas is $66. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and location, you should expect to spend between $25 and $185 per hour.
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$58 average
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"Marcela was very helpful and patient, helping me figure out a good connection with my computer and she corrected my Spanish and explained certain words when I didn't understand. Very nice and friendly"
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Took Spanish lessons from Marcela S.
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"I have been taking Spanish lessons online with Ana for almost a year. I am a business executive with a frequent travel schedule but Ana's flexibility has made this work for me. Ana is very good at pacing the lessons according to proficiency level and she makes it fun with different exercises and activities. I am still at the beginner level but I am feeling more confident when I am around Spanish speakers. I feel particularly confident in my ability to read and understand short passages, signs, directions etc. I highly recommend Ana to people of all ages and skill levels."
George
Took Spanish lessons from Ana S.
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"Irene was very friendly and professional."
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Took Spanish lessons from Irene P.
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"She's very good with her teaching modified. This is my first day, but it was pretty good"
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Took Spanish lessons from Julissa F.
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"Mirian is a great teacher! Super nice and funny. She takes the time to converse with you in Spanish without making you feel overwhelmed. She makes sure you're at the correct level and tailors lessons accordingly. I would definitely recommend Mirian if you wanted to learn Spanish in a welcoming environment."
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Took Spanish lessons from Mirian M.
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"Marcela is a great instructor! I highly recommend Marcela."
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Took Spanish lessons from Marcela S.
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"Very knowledgeable and experienced teacher."
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"Just great the boys love him. He is awesome"
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Took Spanish lessons from Javier D.
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"Esther is a great teacher and I highly recommend her, especially to those who want to improve their fluency and to those (like me) who are just too afraid to start speaking Spanish. Lessons with her are always fun and interesting, and she always knows how to explain everything in a simple and understandable way!"
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Took Spanish lessons from Esther D.
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"Dannia is a wonderful, thorough teacher!"
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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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