Grew up in Mexico and parts of California living in purely Spanish-speaking areas. From this I've mastered the language and can hold full conversations with a native speaker.
To teach I would begin with basic vocabulary, pronouns, nouns and verbs. I would also focus on conjugations and the syntax of the language.
If these have already been acquired by the student, then I can tailor my lesson plan based on what they need or want to know.
I have not officially been hired as a tutor by an specific individual or institution. I have, however, been hired as a translator where I was suppose to relay information from English to either Spanish or Portuguese. Along the way I would teach each of my clients basic vocabulary and conversational skills in English, or my employers bits of Spanish, so that they can effectively communicate on a basic level. Because of this I do believe myself to be qualified as a tutor for all individuals.
Translator for a Law firm
I met Ryan during a year in college we took together and i struggled A LOT in my spanish courses. So naturally i asked my Spanish speaking friend to help. I don't know what it is but he just has a way of introducing the topics and explaining them so it all seemed to click. It also helped that he would speak to me in spanish with basic instructions, questions, and sentences so i have a better fluency and working of the language both orally and auditory.
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