Just like any other language, practice is the key to learning Spanish!
i. I am a Spanish native speaker, fluent in English (US citizen)
ii. Tutor experience of 3 years in English and Spanish for college students.
iii. Can teach in both English and Spanish, mixed with basic Korean
iv. the Easiest way to learn Spanish is through practice - thus, conversational teaching is the most frequented
v. Available to meet up at different times and days, as well as place (online classes can be done too)
vi. Time to fully learn Spanish depends on each person, but realistically, I would say it takes a year or so to learn it from scratch and be able to hold a conversation!
Hey! You can call me Sera. I've lived back and forth between the US and Mexico, but my native tongue is Spanish! For English, I hold an IBT of 99 and have taken most of my studies in English, as well as my work. I'm someone who likes to talk a lot so, if you're looking to improve your Spanish or English, don't be afraid to contact me! I hope we can meet soon 😊
Practice! Preferably with someone who's native, as Spanish has different slangs depending on the country the person is from and the meaning might differ from one another!
I personally believe it is if you practice it. Grammatical rules are straightforward and there are very few exceptions for them, so once you have them figured out, it's all about applying it in different contexts.
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