Andrea - Prof spanish - Los Angeles

One of our best tutors. Quality profile, experience in their field, verified qualifications and a great response time. Andrea will be happy to arrange your first Spanish lesson.

Andrea

  • Hourly rate $30
  • Response Time 2h
  • Number of students 50+
Andrea - Prof spanish - Los Angeles
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  • Spanish
  • Spanish speaking
  • Spanish Vocabulary
  • Spanish listening
  • Spanish phonetics

Learn Spanish from the comfort of your home with a fun, Bilingual Latin teacher!

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One of our best tutors. Quality profile, experience in their field, verified qualifications and a great response time. Andrea will be happy to arrange your first Spanish lesson.

About Andrea

I have been teaching online for the past four years and enjoy helping people reach their language goals. It is well known that language breaks barriers and opens doors in personal, academic and professional levels. I like to be the teacher who helps people open that door. Learning languages is also a hobby of mine, and I'm currently fluent in Spanish, English, Portuguese, and learning German, French and Japanese.
During my program, I like to give my students flexibility and rescheduling is a possibility. Please feel free to tell me whenever you have a family or health issue, I will make exceptions for these cases. We are all human. However, certain professionalism and interest in continuing is expected. In addition, you can always expect to have a safe environment inside the classroom, in which we will treat each other with respect and will have the opportunity to connect regardless of classes being online.

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About the lesson

  • All Levels
  • French
  • English
  • Portuguese
  • +1

All languages in which the lesson is available :

French

English

Portuguese

German

I will review the lesson plan before we begin.
Our program will consist of three months for 12/16 hours a month, with monthly exams (optional) and weekly homework (optional as well). This can be changed to a more intensive or relaxed modality in case you prefer to learn faster or have less availability.
I teach mainly adults and teenagers, but also have experience teaching children in Kindergarten level. I prefer teaching children in person.
My students describe me as very patient, helpful and my classes are well managed and prepared. I will always make sure that my students feel comfortable in the classroom and that they know it's okay to make mistakes.
I recommend taking 9 months to reach a high intermediate level (B2). Results may depend on each student's performance, time availability and overall interest in learning. It would be my pleasure to help you find joy in learning new vocabulary through music, conversation and role play scenarios.
My way of teaching is I like my students to discover the language out of curiosity and in an independent manner, while also guiding them in the correct path for them to learn what they need. We can decide to include more or less grammar, writing and reading comprehension exercises, but to a certain degree it will be necessary.

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Rates

Hourly rate

  • $30

Pack Prices

  • 5h: $150
  • 10h: $300

webcam

  • $30/h

free lessons

The free first lesson allows you to get to know your tutor and to decide whether they meet your needs.

  • 1hr

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Find out more about Andrea

  • 1) Do you speak this language fluently because of your origins or because a teacher inspired you to learn?

    I speak Spanish because it's my native language, I grew up in Mexico and in the U.S. In the other hand, English is a language that I learned ever since I was in kindergarten. I started speaking it fluently at 7 years old, since I moved to the U.S. at an early age. Besides that, I have had wonderful Spanish and English teachers that helped me develop my language skills.
  • 2) Can you name a living, historical or fictional character that you think is the emblematic representative of the language's culture?

    For Spanish, a fictional character that I believe is emblematic is Chespirito as his character "El Chavo" in "Chavo del Ocho", a famous Mexican television sitcom that was on air for decades all around Latin America. His character is loved and highly relatable.
    For English, an emblematic representative, I would say is "Homer Simpson" of the American animated sitcom "The Simpsons". His character, created by Matt Groening, is a family man that loves donuts.
  • 3) Is there a typical word, phrase, tradition or behavior in the language that you particularly like?

    -In Mexico, we wiggle our index finger up and down to say yes. Other cultures find this hilarious.
    -Halloween is one of the most emblematic holidays in American culture, where people can dress up as whatever they like and children can go trick or treating.
  • 4) Why does speaking this language matter to you?

    -Language breaks borders. For Spanish, I believe it opens the opportunities for you to connect with other Spanish-speakers, have better work opportunities and travel on a budget. There are cultural cues you pick up on easier once you understand the language.
    -For English, I would say learning it widens your ability to communicate with people from all around the world that also speak English as a second language. It opens opportunities on a personal, academic and professional level. Being able to read books, surf around the internet and understand music I enjoyed was a big motivation for learning it.
  • 5) What is the main difficulty in learning this language and what can help the process of learning?

    -For people learning Spanish, one of the main difficulties they encounter is with how to use verb tenses and reflexive verbs. However, I believe if you explain it in simple words, it's easier to understand.
    -English learners have a hard time with pronunciation at a beginner's level and phrasal verbs at an advanced level. For the former I would recommend reading out loud every day and for the latter I highly suggest asking your teacher for guidance on this subject and being friends with native English speakers.
  • 6) Provide a valuable anecdote related to your language learning or your days at school.

    For Spanish, I remember my older sister had trouble pronouncing the word "cucaracha" (cockroach in Spanish) and I would help her by breaking out the word into syllables, even though I was younger.
    When I was in kindergarten, I remember the only thing I knew how to say in English was "I don't understand" and "May I go to the bathroom".
  • 7) How has travel or a specific trip helped you to increase your skill and knowledge of the language?

    I very recently became friends with more Colombians, Puerto Ricans, Argentinians and Spanish. They have helped me broaden my knowledge of the Spanish language and how it is used in different regions.
    When I first moved to the U.S. eighteen years ago, I had to start communicating in English with my teachers and classmates. For this, I became friends with a Mexican girl that knew very little Spanish. We became good friends, and we helped each other learn a little more English and Spanish.
  • 8) What makes you a Superprof in language?

    The main reason I'm a teacher is I enjoy helping people reach their language goals. Learning a language is a powerful tool that can change people's lives. Having the opportunity to make a positive impact is important to me.
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