As I haven't given any classes before, I am more than happy to listen to any suggestions. I would most likely first teach the basic verbs and vocabulary and from there just try to have casual conversations, which I think are very important. It would be preferable if the student had some book with exercises as practice makes the student become the master
I am a student in my last year of university doing Business and Management (Accounting). I haven't given any formal Spanish classes before, but I always teach my English friends new Spanish words. In one particular case, I taught my friend how to speak Spanish and now we barely speak any English together anymore
Paula taught me very well how to play. She is very motivated and enthusiastic, which made me want to learn more, I would definitely recommend her
Paula is really good playing piano, a professional in the field of music. I learned a lot with her. Really helpful person and most importantly, willing to teach anyone.
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