...This is very confusing for foreign-language speakers. Then we continue with the present, past, and future tenses of the 16 most used verbs. Verbs are the core in any language, and it happens to be that it is the most difficult thing to learn/teach in the Spanish language; that is why I emphasize in verbs.
Garland, TXView Tutor
...One time his mother called to his previous school, where I was still a teacher, and reported that her son was doing very well in his Spanish classes, and she wanted to thank me for all my work with him. That was a very nice praise for me to hear. To my surprise, four years later I received a ca...
Allen, TXView Tutor
...I teach Spanish I, and Spanish IV. Before my current job I had worked for over nine years as a Spanish tutor. I have taught students from the Elementary level to College level as well as teachers themselves.
Rockwall, TXView Tutor
...When at Georgetown, I taught Pronunciation and English for Business classes that were very popular. I consider the tutor/tutee relationship to be very rewarding. While adults students are self-motivated, adolescents often need a push, a pull, an understanding ear, or some other perspective on learning strategies.
Dallas, TXView Tutor
...I have taught at various institutions and universities, both in Mexico and the United States. I am bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish. I have taught both, English to Spanish-speaking individuals, and Spanish to English-speaking individuals.
Mckinney, TXView Tutor