My name is Adela, I’m from Venezuela, and I’m a committed, experienced and certificate teacher and professional tutor.
I’ve had 5 years of experience in the educational sector. I've taught Spanish to children aged between 11 and 16, and to adults. I have the ability to use humor and imagination in the teaching environment so as to encourage a learning culture amongst students. I'm easy going by nature and able to get along with all kind cultural and religion people.
I spend 2016 in London tutoring different nationalities students, and been the most visit capital in the world I had a great supplies of students with different background, needs and goals.
I am a language learner myself, so I completely understand how you'd feel when you want to express your thoughts feelings, or simply narrate an event, but you don’t have enough words or the order isn’t right or don’t know how I connect them.
All language learners go through this.
I can definitely relate and I’ll make it as easy as possibly to you.
I'll help you improve and practice your Spanish.
I also prepare special lessons for specific subjects of your choosing.
Lessons can be free-flowing or structured, depending on your preference.
In our first class we’ll meet each other, I’ll learn about your preferences and expectations and I’ll tailored your lessons accordingly to your level and goals, that’s why all my lessons are unique and will fit perfectly to you.
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I'm currently base in Venezuela, back to my lovely home, teaching my previous students online and looking forward to teach many more.
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