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  • Julia Martinez Sanchez Camden Town, NW1 Silver Member

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    Hello! My name is Julia. I was born in Lugo (Spain) and this is my sixth year living in London. I am currently studying singing at the Royal Academy of Music. I am a mezzo-soprano in third year of the undergraduate course.
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    I am a native French speaker, fully qualified teacher (PGCE qualification) with an excellent results record.
  • Elena Abad Martinez Canary Wharf, E14 Gold Member

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    I am a violinist. I graduated from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and have previously been studying for 4 years at The Purcell School of Music. Teaching is one of my passions.
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    I'm a fun and committed tutor with 5 years experience teaching: music (flute/ piccolo, recorder, improvisation...), languages (Spanish, Italian and French), other activities like Bellydance, yoga...
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    Come learn Spanish,Italian or English with me! I am a first class honours graduate in Spanish and Italian from Exeter University and I have a CELTA certificate (Certificate in English Language Teaching to adults) from Cambridge University.
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    Passionated and enthusiаstic about teaching. As a native Spanish speaker, I want to help to improve Spanish language skills to my students. I`m flexible, patient and can tailor the perfect lesson for each student depending on her/his needs.
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  • Differences And Expressions In Spanish

    Malena G Spanish (general) Tutor (Bristol) Picture A question that is quite commonly asked is why is the Spanish of Argentina so different from the Spanish of Spain? ¿and the rest of Latin America?... Each Latin American country has its own accent. It has nothing to do with the Mexican, Venezuelan or Chilean accent. For one who knows the...
  • The 'Pretérito Perfecto' Tense in Spanish

    Beatriz del Río Spanish (general) Tutor (South East London) Picture The focus of this article is the uses of a tense called "pretérito perfecto". This is a tense we use to talk about what we call "a past in the present". It refers to a past action in a time frame that has not yet finished. How to form "Pretérito Perfecto"This tense is formed with an auxiliary...
  • Do We Ever Stop Learning With Languages?

    Claudia Barth Newlyn Spanish (general) Tutor (Croydon) Picture In this modern age of globalised markets and internet communication, it seems we are expected to keep on learning and developing new skills. So why not learn and perfect a new language? Many successful people propound the benefits of learning another language. Doing so not only helps one to...

 

  • The Importance Of Grammar In Spanish

    Eva Ramos Spanish (general) Tutor (Walsall) Picture Starting to learn a new language can be difficult. At the first stage, everything can sound weird and impossible to understand. But little by little you start becoming familiar with it. You can learn some greetings, colours, some different nouns and adjectives, but all of this will make no...
  • Making Your Holiday Experience More Fun

    Paul Grace Spanish (general) Tutor (Manchester) Picture Going on holiday is so much more fun if you do at least have some basic knowledge of the language. I taught a married couple Spanish because they wanted to be able to communicate more with hotel staff waiters shopkeepers. They started 6 months before they were due to go on holiday and learnt the...
  • Why Not Learn Some Spanish for Fun?

    Paul Grace Spanish (general) Tutor (Manchester) Picture Are you thinking of learning Spanish. I think you'll agree that it's spoken in many different parts of the world and would help you have more fun on holiday and return with a closer interest in that country than you had before you went.You'll be able to ask for all the things you need such as...