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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!

About Orfilia W.

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I´ve been a Spanish teacher in Japan for over 15 years, I have enough experience with students of different ages and levels. I am passionate about working and interacting with my students,
Character of the class: we do a little conversation to practice pronunciation and at the same time correct it, we review homework and also grammar and orotography.
I prepare students for the DELE exam.
LOS ESPERO CHIC@S!

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Degree in Hispanic philology, with more than 15 years of experience as a Spanish teacher, highly qualified to address any topic of grammar or spelling of Spanish.
I am quite disciplined and committed to my work.
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Helen O. September 4, 2018
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My 6 year old daughter loved her and can’t wait to speak to her again next week!
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Leah R. December 19, 2017
· Spanish · In home
Patient and kind. Looking forward to the next session.
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· Spanish · In studio
Orfilia is a wonderful teacher and very understanding of work schedules.
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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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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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Tyler March 27, 2018
· Spanish · In home
Great first lesson! My son can't wait to come back.
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Amber October 8, 2017
· Math · In home
Bridget has been a saving grace for my family, helping my 11 yr old daughter with math. Through her calm demeanor and patience she managed to help my daughter bring a failing math grade to a solid B. Bridget has been able to teach my daughter in a way that connects with her. Facing the rest of this long school year seems much easier knowing we have Bridget to help get us over those pesky humps with the dreaded 6th grade math.
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Bridget is one of the most positive women I know. She speaks the truth in love and never fails to encourage me when I need it. I never have to second guess sharing anything with her.
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I am a native Spanish speaker, born and raised in Mexico. All levels and ages are welcome!
Learning a new language and culture could be intimidating, that's why I work and adapt to your pace! You can choose if you want to take it slow and start from the basics or if you want to get going and start practicing your conversation skills right away!
Everyone has a different learning style, different background, goals or situations; I like to customize my lessons depending on my students' needs, this way I can make sure the class will be interesting, engaging, and fun for everyone despite their age. Ready to start speaking Spanish? Contact me today!

About Azalea
Welcome! My name is Azalea, I grew up in Mexico and I am fluent in both English and Spanish. I hold a Master's degree and I have been teaching since 2012. Some of my classroom settings include private lessons, group lessons, summer camps, online lessons, among others. I have experience working with students of all ages and backgrounds such as children, adults, college students, working parents, etc.

I believe it is important for students to be emerged in the language they are learning. For this reason, I like to encourage my students to practice in and outside our lessons as much as possible by speaking, listening, and reading in Spanish. Every single student is different and they all have very different learning techniques; therefore, I personalize my lesson plans to fit my students' needs, learning style, and interests. The most impo
rtant part of the learning process is to have fun and to enjoy ourselves every lesson!

Our background or language should never be a reason to feel disconnected from others, like our own family, our friends, or our colleagues. So if you are looking to learn Spanish for work, for school, or just for fun, you are in the right place! I would love to help you conquer your goals and guide you in your Spanish journey!

Thank you for stopping by and please let me know if you have any questions, I can't wait to meet you!

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Hi! My name is Kate and I have been teaching Spanish for more than 4 years, both in private schools and online. I have a DELE certificate (Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language), as well as a «Competent Language Instructor» certificate that I got in a well known language school in Kiev, where I worked after I completed a course dedicated to Spanish teaching methodology. In addition, I have two years of experience as a translator in different projects and one year in a Spanish company in Kiev.

I'm 28 and I'm from Ukraine so my native languages are Ukrainian and Russian, but I started learning Spanish when I was nine years old, so I have been learning it for almost 20 years. I have studied very intensively for the past 7 years and I'm still looking for new topics from which I can learn. I'm in permanent contact with native speakers from Spain and various Latin American countries so I can easily explain to you the differences between distinct varieties of language.

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About Kate
Hi! My name is Kate and I have been teaching Spanish for more than 4 years, both in private schools and online. I have a DELE certificate (Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language), as well as a «Competent Language Instructor» certificate that I got in a well known language school in Kiev, where I worked after I completed a course dedicated to Spanish teaching methodology. In addition, I have two years of experience as a translator in different projects and one year in a Spanish company in Kiev.

I'm 28 and I'm from Ukraine so my native languages are Ukrainian and Russian, but I started learning Spanish when I was nine years old, so I have been learning it for almost 20 years. I have studied very intensively for the past 7 years and I'm still looking for new topics from which I can learn. I'm in permanent contact with native speakers fr
om Spain and various Latin American countries so I can easily explain to you the differences between distinct varieties of language.

I have traveled to Spain several times, and I have also worked in Equatorial Guinea, which is a Spanish speaking country in Africa. I currently live in the USA. I use Spanish every day and I continue to do my favorite job of all: sharing my knowledge of Spanish with any and all interested people.
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Sam October 4, 2018
· Spanish · Online
Kate is great! Very easy to work with and extremely knowledgeable.
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Enzo C. August 1, 2018
· Spanish · In studio
Kate is very thorough, immensely prepared & patient. She almost had me speaking Spanish on my first lesson
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Gulnora July 27, 2018
· Spanish · Online
I thought the first lesson was great. I like all the materials I got, very interesting and lots of stuff that I can practice with these materials and work on
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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

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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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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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Irving, TX 75062
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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!

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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.

Denton, TX 76205
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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!

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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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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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Bedford, TX 76021
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The average cost of 60-minute Spanish lessons in Dallas is $71. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $50 and $84 per hour.

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$38 average
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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute Spanish lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute Spanish lessons are 22% less expensive at $56, and 30-minute lessons cost 47% less at $38.

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