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Teaches students 15 and up
Bachelor of Arts in Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures from University of Texas at Austin
I teach in a very context-based, interactive way. I don't believe that rote memorization is an effective tool for language learning, so I create games and scenarios for my students to apply the information that they learn in a fun and exciting way. I create a study set for each of my student's lessons and share them with them for their at-home studying.
In the past 10 years, I have lived and worked in the Arab world, was formally educated in Arabic, and taught the Arabic language to an array of students. I hold a dual degree with honors from The University of Texas at Austin in Psychology and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures. I studied di
Speaks Portuguese, French
Teaches students 6 and up
Teaching since 2007
My Spanish lessons are fun and dynamic. The student will learn at their own pace, being always encouraged to improve and perfect pronunciation and structure. My classes include cultural aspects of the language, such as music, cooking, dancing and expressions in order to have a more rounded understanding of the language.
I am a native Spanish speaker, who also speaks Portuguese, and French. I have taught and tutored Spanish students from beginner-advance levels, both private and in groups for several years and taught Spanish full time at a school from grades 5-12 for a year. I currently teach art and Spanish at
She is so cheerful, funny and she makes it fun.
My husband and I are learning together and we have different learning styles so I'm sure it must be more challenging for her. She is very good and she makes it fun.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2008
I can come to you even if you don't live on the East side.
I have an associates degree in music and I have been teaching lessons for 10 years now. I also have experience as a substitute teacher. As a substitute, I have taught all grades, all subjects, and I have helped out many kinds of students each with their own way of learning. Besides teaching, I l
Speaks French, Spanish, English
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 5 and up
I was born and raised in Nice, France. I arrived in the United States in 2010, to study music in California. I just received my doctorate from the University of Miami.
I have taught French to foreign people in France since I was 18 years old (my mother has been doing that for over 30 years now) and since I arrived here to adults and students. I was also a French tutor during my Bachelor, Master and Doctorate programs.
Through private lessons I can help you get ready for exams and midterms, help you improve your french or just offer you to have a conversation with a native speaker. I love my culture and would love to share it with you if you are interested.
Hello, my name is Claire and I am originally from Nice in the South of France. I moved to the United States in August 2010 to study music at the University level and just graduated in May 2020 with a Doctorate in Music. I have the experience of teaching private clarinet lessons since 2010, taugh
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2013
Awarded Juror's Prize from ArtsWorcester
This is my 8th year studying Spanish, and I couldn't be happier. I teach from middle school to college level Spanish. I have knowledge with in depth grammar constructions and vocabulary. With time and practice, I can guide you to being successfully able to read, write, listen, and speak in Spanish. I understand the struggles of learning a new language, as Spanish is not my native language myself! With all of my personal learning experiences with learning the language and eventually majoring in it while in college, I know the specific obstacles you as a native English speaker face. My lessons are custom to each students experience level, and are taught at just the right speed. Learning a second language is much more enjoyable when there is not stress involved. It's never too late to start! ¡Hasta pronto!
Hi! My name is Sam! This is my fifth year with TakeLessons and I couldn't be happier with the students that have come my way. If you're reading this, then you've taken the first step in finding a tutor that is right for you! I completed two Bachelor's degrees at Worcester State University in Ma
Speaks Italian, Spanish, French, English
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students Male: 18 and up; Female: 13 and up
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I am a mother tongue English speaker but also speak four languages total (French, Spanish, Italian), thus I am very comfortable with the process of language learning and am eager to share that gift with you.
Having studied philology for many years, I now freelance as an international writer and editor and am very proficient in the inner workings of English.
My English lessons are designed for the advanced student who desires to finesse his/her oral, listening comprehension, and writing in the target language.
YouTube: Marissia la Renée IG: lareneessance Hello, and welcome to my profile! I am an American who also holds European citizenship. I am currently living in Italy and have lived more than 6 years in Europe (Spain, France, Italy). I hold a bachelor of arts in foreign languages and litera
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