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6 Spanish teachers are available for private Spanish lessons in Manila, in-person or online Spanish classes. + Read more TUTOROO now works with 6 private Spanish tutors available for in-person or for online private Spanish classes. You can browse through the teachers profiles below to contact your preferred private tutor. We will introduce you to another private Spanish teacher in the event the tutor you've inquired for is not available or cannot accommodate your needs. Pick your private Spanish teacher and start learning Spanish today! Read less

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Guilberto
 Philippines
 Makati, Philippines

Private Spanish tutor in Manila

Teacher joined in Jan, 2024

Hola a todos, mi nombre es Guilberto y yo vengo de Filipinas! Si quieren aprender en español. Estoy familiarizado con el idioma en cualquier nivel. Estoy seguro de que aprenderán y les lo pasarán genial aprendiendo el idioma. ¿Que estas esperando? por favor contáctame! Hello everyone, my name is Guilberto and I am from the Philippines, if you would like to learn Spanish. I am familiar with the language in any level. I am confident that you will learn and will have a great time learning the language. what are you waiting for? please contact me!

 Tutor available for 5 more students

PHP 750 / hour  Contact now
Native Spanish Tutor
Vanessa
 El Salvador
 Taguid, BGC

Improve your Spanish with a native teacher

Teacher joined in Feb, 2023

(ONLY AVAILABLE ON WEDNESDAYS IN BGC) I am a native Spanish speaker with a Bachelor of Arts in Languages with a Spanish/English emphasis in Education. My main goal will be to create lesson plans based on your specific needs. I have extensive experience teaching all ages and internationally. -A Bachelor's Degree in Spanish/English. -Talent Acquisition Expert. -Specialization Creating a learning process for children aged 5 and up. -Certified Teacher to assist with Spanish lessons of all levels. Current availability is Face to Face and Online Classes

 Tutor available for 1 more student

PHP 1000 / hour  Contact now
Learn to Speak Spanish as a Native with me!
Wendy
 (3 reviews)
 El Salvador
 Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

Spanish course in Manila near you

Teacher joined in May, 2021

(AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE LESSONS) Hi! My name is Wendy Amaya, and I'm a native Spanish speaker with several years of teaching experience. About me: - Master's degree in business administration. - Professor of Spanish abroad. - Spanish Teacher overseas for all ages. - Certificated in Psychology for teaching If you decide to take my class, you will have the most fun and easiest time learning this beautiful language. I will accommodate your learning style by designing a personalized class for you so that you can learn as quickly and as comfortably as possible. Te veo en clase! 👋😀📚

 Tutor available for 5 more students

PHP 1200 / hour  Contact now
Experienced spanish tutor
Alice
 (11 reviews)
 El Salvador
 Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

Learn Spanish with private classes

Teacher joined in Dec, 2020

(ONLY AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE LESSONS) Hi! I'm Alice, I'm 24 and I'm from El Salvador. I fluently speak Spanish and English and I've been in this field for almost 3 years now! My approach is to adapt your style of learning to make it easier and more interesting for you. Also, I'll be imparting different types of material so you have different resources to count on and see your improvement in a short period of time.

 Tutor available for 1 more student

PHP 1200 / hour  Contact now
Spanish-English tutor in Baguio
Alejandro
 Philippines
 Baguio City, Benguet, Philippines

Private Spanish lessons in Manila

Teacher joined in Nov, 2019

I'm a Spaniard native (Spain, Europe) living in Baguio City (Benguet), north of the Philippines (aka North Luzon, Cordillera Region). My English is fluent and I can have students 2 classes per day Mon-Fri. Very responsible and highly efficient. I have 6 years of experience teaching kids both English and Spanish and Leisure Activities as the monitor. Please note that I will require an initial interview with the student to assess his/her knowledge.

 Tutor available for 5 more students

PHP 600 / hour  Contact now
Japanese Language Teacher, Learn English Fast with Jillian in Manila
Jillian
 (5 reviews)
 United States
 Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines

Improve your Spanish with a native tutor

Teacher joined in Feb, 2019

(ONLY AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE LESSONS OR FACE-TO-FACE LESSONS IN KATIPUNAN OR DILIMAN, QC ) I started self-studying Japanese back in high school and managed to get to an N2 level through on and off studying. I am currently working towards N1 in Japanese. On top of this, I study Spanish (B2), Chinese (HSK 4) and Russian (A2). I have experimented with different learning methods with different languages and am familiar with the nuances of most languages, the struggles of language learning. As a result, I am committed to forming the best teaching methods for students. I try to focus more on exposure than classroom learning and the process of building a routine when teaching people but I will happily adjust to the preferences of the student. Learning a language and teaching a language are both neverending journeys and I would be happy to support you in your journey while learning myself.

 Tutor available for 5 more students

PHP 700 / hour  Contact now

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The most difficult part in learning a foreign language is the practice, which can be acquired only by conversing with a native speaker. For people willing to practice foreign languages, it is difficult to find a private language tutor who lives or works in their city. TUTOROO has been designed to provide a frictionless experience while connecting tutors to students, for private in-person language lessons.

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Spanish FAQs

What are the Benefits of Learning Spanish with a Private Tutor?

Learning with a private tutor means you get to learn at your own pace, ask questions whenever you choose and get undivided attention. If you join a group class, you may experience Spanish lessons that are either too slow or go too fast for you.

Here are some top benefits of learning Spanish with a private tutor:

Customized Spanish classes

It's true that people have different learning techniques and styles which are in accordance with their learning skills. Although we all have a blend of learning styles, there is a primary style of learning.

For instance, traditional Spanish classes may focus too much on your vocabulary and quizzes. However, if you're not so good with quizzes, you may get the impression that Spanish is difficult or you'll never get to be fluent in it.

When you take lessons with a private Spanish tutor, you can discuss your preferred learning style with your tutor. Also, your tutor will use the best method of explaining difficult topics to you. Private tutoring helps you to be comfortable while learning and not be put under pressure from being with other students.

It offers better results

One benefit of having a private Spanish tutor is that it allows you to concentrate, offering better results. According to studies, where you take classes can determine how much you'd learn. Also, once you have a particular place where you learn, you can be 100% focused and retain more information. After all, the main essence of taking private Spanish lessons is to learn effectively.

Other benefits are:

  • You get continuous feedback from your Spanish tutor
  • Private lessons improve your confidence and self-esteem
  • You can suggest the topics you're specifically interested in learning
  • You get to learn Spanish any day you choose. It offers flexibility
  • You have the full attention of your Spanish tutor

Which Countries Use Spanish as their Official Language?

From Northern and Southern America to Asia and some parts of Europe, there are about 20 countries in the world where people’s mother tongue is Spanish.

Spanish is a global language and it comes right behind Mandarin Chinese as the second most spoken language in the world. The continent with the most Spanish speakers is the Americas. Mexico has about 110 million native Spanish speakers.

Here is a list of the countries where Spanish is used as the official language:

  • Colombia
  • Argentina
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Chile
  • Dominican Republic
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Bolivia
  • Nicaragua
  • Ecuador
  • Paraguay
  • El Salvador
  • Paraguay
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras
  • Mexico
  • Peru
  • Panama
  • Venezuela
  • Spain
  • Honduras
  • Uruguay

How Many People in the World Speak Spanish?

Like Italian, Romanian, Portuguese and French, Spanish is a Romance language. By Romance, we do not mean it is a language of love (although we must admit that many people find Romance languages romantic), it means that the language evolved from Vulgar Latin.

Spanish has its root in the Iberian peninsula which is situated in southwest Europe (present-day Portugal and Spain). Spanish was formed by the Castilian continuation of Vulgar Latin mixed with the Moors' Arabic dialect. After many years of both languages being mixed, standard Spanish was birthed in the 1200s.

In the world, there are over 450 million native Spanish speakers. Right behind Spanish is English with about 360 million native speakers, making it the third most spoken language in the world. Additionally, Spanish ranks as the third most studied language in the world coming after French and English.

Adding to the number of native Spanish speakers, there are about 75 million people in the world that speak Spanish as their second language. Although the US has about 12 million bilingual Spanish speakers and 42 million native speakers, it is the second country with the largest Spanish speakers (Mexico is first). According to a study, there are predictions that the US will overtake Mexico to be the largest Spanish speaking country by 2050.

One of the 24 official languages of the European Union is Spanish. It is also spoken by a small number of people in countries like Germany, the UK, Italy and France.

Why Should I Learn Spanish?

Without a doubt, there are many things you stand to gain when you take Spanish lessons. Not only is Spanish one of the world's most popular languages, but it is also a beautiful language with an interesting history and culture. Additionally, there are about 20 million people in the world studying Spanish in some capacity.

Looking to add another language to your portfolio? Here are some reasons to learn Spanish:

Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world

This has to be the most important reason why you should study Spanish. About 6% of the world's population speaks Spanish with it being the mother tongue of over 400 million people. Interestingly, it ranks ahead of English which is a global language.

About 15% of the residents of the European Union speak Spanish as either their first or second language. Likewise, in the US, Spanish is the popular choice of a second language.

Boost your CV

Although learning Spanish can boost your traveling experience in Latino countries, it helps you to work in any Spanish speaking country. When you take Spanish lessons, you have a better chance of studying in a Spanish institution.

When you learn Spanish, you can get out of your comfort zone and immerse yourself in a Spanish speaking country. The time you spend with the locals not only influences how fluent you become in a short while but also boosts your knowledge of the language. Also, prospective employers in a Spanish based organisation prefer candidates that can communicate effectively in Spanish like a local.

Learning Spanish helps you grasp your mother tongue better

According to studies, you get better at speaking your mother tongue when you learn a second language. It helps you critically analyze your mother tongue and its rules. Also, you pay more attention to sentence structures allowing you to write more complicated sentences in your mother tongue.

Other benefits of learning Spanish include,

  • It is quite easy to learn Spanish
  • It allows you to watch and understand Spanish movies without translated subtitles
  • You can travel to Spanish speaking countries without the need of hiring a Spanish-speaking tour guide
  • Being bilingual delays symptoms of dementia and Alzheimer's disease!

Is Spanish Difficult to Learn?

Let's compare learning a new language to being an athlete. Athletes make it look easy on the field but they have put hours into their sport practice and at times where they really felt like giving all up. Like being an athlete, to learn any language at all, you have to understand it's not easy. However, the fact it's tasking doesn't mean it's difficult.

To learn Spanish, you need plenty of practice, dedication, enthusiasm and talent. Also, your knowledge of a second language can determine how easily you learn Spanish. Learning a new language becomes easy if you've learnt one or two languages before.

In addition, your knowledge of a Romance language can help you learn Spanish easily. Spanish is similar to Italian and Portuguese. However, if you're a native English speaker, things can get pretty difficult.

Being a native English speaker shouldn't stop you from learning Spanish. For instance, Spanish and English share similar sentence structures. Also, some Spanish words are easy to coin from English words which are referred to as English-Spanish cognates.

How Soon Can I Become Fluent in Spanish?

Spanish is quite similar to English making it a category 1 language. Owing to this, it will take you about two years to become fluent in Spanish if you study for one hour a day. However, you can choose to speed things up by learning Spanish with a private tutor for more than one hour every day.

Studying for a minimum of three hours daily can get you to conversation fluency in around six months. Summarily, the more time you spend studying Spanish, the quicker you achieve fluency.

While full immersion is advised, you can have fun while learning Spanish by watching famous Spanish movies, travelling to Spain or reading Spanish novels.

What are the Popular Spanish Tests I Can Take?

To work in a Spanish speaking country, study there or get Spanish citizenship, you need to show you're proficient in the language. All Spanish proficiency tests follow The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) standard.

Typically, CEFR, determines how competent you are in a language ranging from A1 which is beginners to C2 (master). Also, the four levels are listening, reading, speaking and writing. Here are the common Spanish proficiency tests you can take.

DELE

DELE is suitable for citizenship and Visa seekers, working professionals and post-secondary students. Also, the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport grants the official certification while it's issued by Instituto Cervantes.

All DELE exams follow CEFR grading criteria. Interestingly, it has no expiration date and the passing score for any level in the DELE exam is 60 points. Also, it has six levels of competence,

  • Breakthrough (A1)
  • Waystage (A2)
  • Threshold (B1)
  • Vantage (B2)
  • Effective Operational Proficiency (C1)
  • Mastery (C2)

SIELE

SIELE is suitable for working professionals and post-secondary students. The SIELE certificate, unlike DELE, only covers C1, B2, B1, A2, and A1 of the CEFR. Also, the certificate expires after five years and has further divisions of four, SIELE global, speaking, writing and listening.

Each SIELE test is graded on a scale of 0 to 250 and results are available after three weeks of taking the test.

Other Spanish proficiency tests include

  • CELU is taken only twice a year and must be done in person.
  • TELC is ideal for post-secondary school students, working professionals, citizenship and Visa seekers.
  • ECL is only suitable for working professionals and visa seekers.

Can my TUTOROO Private Tutor Prepare Me for Spanish Proficiency Tests?

The good thing about having a private Spanish tutor is that they can prepare you for any Spanish proficiency tests. TUTOROO Spanish tutors have firsthand knowledge of Spanish and everything about it. Also, most TUTOROO private tutors are native speakers and have experienced learning a new language. They have experience in taking proficiency tests and preparing students for the same.

TUTOROO hires the best tutors only, each with years of experience and certifications to prove their competence. In the event of you not being pleased with a particular tutor's teaching method, you can request a new tutor.

How Can I Become a TUTOROO Private Spanish Tutor?

At TUTOROO, to ensure students get the best learning experience, our tutors have to be either native Spanish speakers. While we don't necessarily request qualifications or certifications to show your proficiency in Spanish, all tutors undergo a proficiency test. The purpose of the test is to know how capable you are of teaching that language.

Additionally, to become a private Spanish tutor at TUTOROO, you must be able to communicate effectively with your students, and be confident in your skills. Commonly asked questions on becoming a Spanish tutor at TUTOROO are available here Tutor FAQs link.

As a tutor on TUTOROO, you can choose between taking physical or online classes. Depending on your students, you can also have hybrid classes which are a blend of physical and online classes. Also, you can make tutoring in TUTOROO a steady source of income as it's a great way of making money while teaching your mother tongue.

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