Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world. With 21 countries having Spanish as their official language, it’s no surprise that it is very popular to learn as a second language everywhere. If you want to be part of the 400 million people that speak Spanish around the world, you will need a Spanish tutor near you.
Learning a new language can be challenging, but finding the perfect Spanish private tutor for you will help you get the job of your dreams, achieve better grades, or move around more comfortably in the international scene. There is no innate talent to learn languages, all it takes is hard work and motivation. And a good guide! Your tutor will help you every step of the way until you can speak Spanish confidently.
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Maria B. Reston VA.
I love to teach as I love to learn
I am a Colombia native and fluent Spanish speaker. I hold a bachelor?s degree in social science from el Universidad Pedag?gica Nacional, a public institution dedicated to preparing teachers to serve in the education system, and I am certified by Pontificia Universidad Javeriana as a specialist in teaching history. I taught social science to high school students at Gimnasio Santa Anna, a highly regarded private school in B?gota, Colombia, for four years. For two years, I also taught research ... Read more
Spanish, World History
Lorna L. Reston VA.
Passionate, Knowledgeable, Patient & Fun Native Spanish Tutor!
Have Fun Learning Spanish! I am passionate about Spanish because Spanish is spoken by over 400 Million people in more than 20 countries, and it is the most popular foreign language in American Schools. I am a native Spanish speaker, and a professional with a degree in Business Management. I have more than 10 years of experience providing private Spanish teaching/ tutoring working with students at all levels business groups, adults, couples, realtors, lawyers, foreing service, interior desi... Read more
Caitlin P. Chantilly VA.
Experienced Tutor - Reading/Writing, Algebra, Spanish
I have had a lot of experience tutoring elementary school students, middle school students, and high school students. I love tutoring because looking back on my study habits during the time, there are many things I would have done differently that I like to relay to my students. I have had tutors and mentors in the past who have given me various tips to excel in school and I am incredibly grateful for them. I love being able to help in any way I can so that my students can excel and grow in... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, American History, Biology, Vocabulary, Grammar, Reading, Spanish
Daniel W. Sterling VA.
Experienced and Certified English Tutor
I am a TEFL certified native English speaker with more than 4 years teaching experience to various groups applying various methodologies. I have taught at universities, high schools, private institutes and I am currently working with professionals in various fields including law, business and medicine. My background is in Education and International Relations but I have also worked in business, telemarketing, medicine (Medical interpreter) and tourism (travel agent). Additionally, I am a Leve... Read more
Grammar, Spanish, English, Proofreading, TOEFL
Reva K. Chantilly VA.
Experienced College Tutor Specializing in ACT Prep
Hi! I'm Reva Kodre, a sophomore at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Spanish. Growing up, I became interested in math and science not only because the subjects were interesting, but also because the teachers were always so encouraging and passionate about what they taught. I realized how important and valuable a teacher is and their methods of teaching, which is why I hope to help others the way they helped me. I always try to help the studen... Read more
Elizabeth S. Poolesville MD.
Math and Spanish Tutor Who Can Assist in Achieving Your Goals
Math and Spanish are in my blood and have been a huge part of my life. When I was in 8th grade I had the opportunity to be selected for an engineering program for Hispanic 7th & 8th graders called "El Ingeniero" which encourages Hispanic kids to enter the science and engineering fields. It was a great experience which led me to obtain my Operations Research & Industrial Engineering degree from Cornell University. It wasn't an easy road to get to because it took lots of hard work and persis... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Microsoft Excel, Geometry, Precalculus, Reading, Spanish, Proofreading
Vanessa M. Ashburn VA.
Spanish (from Spain) all ages, goals // Executive function, ADHD Coach
I was born in Madrid, Spain. I am trilingual, in Spanish, English and German. I left Spain for my last year of college and went to Germany on an Erasmus scholarship to then graduate in tourism management. I liked the experience so much that I ended up living and working there! Years later I moved to the US. I have always loved tutoring and teaching, I have been teaching since I was in college, in Madrid, and also in Germany when I lived there. I have tutored privately but also at a school. I... Read more
Grammar, Spanish, Study Skills, ESL/ESOL, Elementary (K-6th)
Roberto P. Aldie VA.
Master's Certified Teacher with Experience to Tutor Different Subjects
I have been teaching since 1996, after I discovered my vocation when I worked as a Human Resources Manager for a retail company. I used to train all new personnel and I enjoyed every minute of it, from preparing the training session to delivering it and evaluating it, making sure the new employees understood. Since then, my teaching and tutoring experience has been mostly in South Florida and abroad, however, now that I moved to Virginia with my wife and children, I'm teaching full time at a... Read more
American History, Vocabulary, Grammar, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Reading, Spanish
Julia S. Leesburg VA.
I am Julia and a licensed Spanish and ESL teacher. I have a Bachelor of Arts in World Languages and Cultures with a concentration in Spanish from Old Dominion University and an Associates of Arts degree in General Education from The University of Alaska Anchorage. Also, I am licensed to teach Spanish and ELL(English for Language Learners) levels Pre K-12th grade. Spanish is my first language. I have traveled to Costa Rica, The Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Puerto Rico, and Spain. I... Read more
Algebra 1, Spanish, ESL/ESOL
We firmly believe that getting a private tutor is the best bet to help you easily learn any subject, not just Spanish. But, when talking about languages, there are some extra benefits of studying with a private tutor. Private lessons provide a great setting to make you feel comfortable dealing with whatever you find difficult, boosting your self-confidence, and setting you off on the path to success. On the same line, it gives you the perfect occasion to make mistakes and learn from them without feeling embarrassed.
We will start by telling you why learning Spanish is a good idea and a way of achieving your dreams. We will give you excellent reasons for choosing Spanish as a second language. Then, we will enumerate the many benefits of getting a private tutor to help you become a fluent speaker of Spanish. Are you convinced? You are now ready to find a Spanish tutor near you, wherever you live.
Spanish is a language that has its origins in Latin. This makes it very similar to French, Italian, and Portuguese from a structural point of view.
The first country that comes to mind when we think about the Spanish language, it is Spain. After all, it all started there with the colonization. But we should remember that most countries south of the United States speak Spanish too. From Mexico to Argentina. And beyond Latin America, we can also think of the Philippines, in Asia, which was a Spanish colony. And finally, Equatorial Guinea, which is the only African country where Spanish is spoken.
But apart from being an official language in all of these countries, Spanish is commonly spoken in some areas of the US, as well as in Gibraltar, Belize, and Andorra. Making it an obvious choice for a second language.
Many people think that you could go anywhere in the world and speak English, and while it may be true, speaking Spanish may be more important since it can open doors in many corners of the world.
In a more globalized world, where international connections and travels are a thing of everyday life, Spanish will prove to be an invaluable tool.
Spanish, while not one of the most difficult languages in the world, has a few knacks and tricks that your tutor will unveil for you. Understanding the structure of the language, the use of the many verb tenses, and discover the natural use of expressions and idioms are all things you will work with your Spanish private tutor.
Benefits of getting a Spanish private tutor
Are you asking yourself “where can I find a Spanish tutor near me”? We have the answer you’re looking for.
A private tutor will help you understand complicated topics, verb tenses, and pronunciation patterns that are usually complicated for English speakers. With the dedicated attention of your tutor, you will feel more confident and your questions will be answered immediately.
The following are the benefits of getting a Spanish private tutor:
- One-to-one lessons
- Personalized lessons
- Better use of your time
- Flexibility in terms of content and time
- Cheaper than a language school
- An interesting insight into the culture
- Tutors are easy to find
Personalized one-to-one lessons
One of the main benefits of hiring a private tutor is the fact that your lessons will be one-to-one and completely personalized to your level and strengths. Working with your tutor you can concentrate on your weaknesses and overcome them, which sometimes is difficult at school or in a private language institute.
While in a class with other people the teacher has to concentrate on the average skills and problems, working with your tutor there will be no distractions. You can work more efficiently and ask any questions you want.
Many tutors follow a plan or a program, but because the whole lessons are concentrated on you, they can adapt them to help you achieve success. You will have time to dedicate to those topics, verbs, or vocabulary you find more challenging while skipping topics that you’re more confident in.
Improved use of your time
Having a Spanish private tutor means eliminating the time and cost of traveling. This way, you can have more time to do the things you love, your hobbies, or dedicate it to work.
As a plus benefit, when working with a private tutor you will not waste time in a class when there are people that have different levels from you. It happens quite often that you have to endure a lesson that ends up being boring because other people in the class have difficulties that you don’t. This is not at all a problem when learning Spanish with a private tutor.
On the other hand, having a private tutor means that you can go at your own speed. If you want to learn faster and do several lessons a week, it’s possible. If you rather take your time, or may not have a lot of time to dedicate to learning Spanish, your tutor will adapt to your needs. In both cases, you definitely use your time more wisely and in a more effective way considering your goals.
Many Spanish tutors will also work online, which means that you only need to turn your computer at the time of the lesson, and enjoy all the benefits a private tutor brings to the table, but without even having to leave your house or change from your pajamas!
Flexible land cheaper lessons
Very often if you go to a language school, you have to adapt to the times they offer. Even if you enjoy learning with a group of people, times that do not match your work hours or personal commitments may make it stressful or impossible to attend lessons.
Your private tutor will adapt to your timetable. Tutors can offer lessons at the times of the day that works better for you, and cancellations or last-minute appointments mean lessons are easy to reschedule.
Finally, because there is no structure behind the teacher, Spanish lessons with private tutors can be significantly cheaper than in an institute.
Learn about the culture
One of my favorite aspects when working as a Spanish private tutor is that I can offer an insight into the culture. This is often overlooked at school where grammar or reading skills are a priority.
As a native speaker having lived in different countries where Spanish is the official language, I can offer tips, advice, and a real vision of the culture of the countries where Spanish is spoken. This adds so much value to the lessons since a language is never disconnected from the people and background where is used.
In fact, with Spanish, this is particularly important. Because Spanish is spoken in so many different countries, it is no surprise that is not the same everywhere. The language has evolved differently in opposite corners of the world. It’s a bit like the differences between American and British English.
Your Spanish tutor will know about the differences and can help you work on the accent and vocabulary relevant to what your future projects are. Are you going to Argentina? Do you plan to study in Spain? Are your coworkers mostly Mexicans?
Find a Spanish private tutor near me
Finding a Spanish private tutor near you is not only very easy but fast! You can contact one of our recommended teachers and decide on the dates and fees.
You can input some preferences when choosing a Spanish private tutor. Do you want them to be native speakers? From where? Do you have specific goals like exams or are you looking for exclusively business Spanish? Discuss your needs and preferences with your potential new Spanish private tutor in order to make the best of your lessons.
Now, that you have found the best fit for you, you’re done! You’re ready to start your journey to become a fluent Spanish speaker with the help of your Spanish private tutor.