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Re: Spanish Lessons/Tutor
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Get a job in the kitchen of any local establishment. You can get paid while you learn!

Agreed, the best way to learn.

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T-Bird wrote: I would be very interested too. I had a great teacher who worked with me one on one (we'd meet at Starbucks) and was very reasonably priced. Alas, she moved back to Buenos Aires last fall. Would love to get back into it and push on to the next level.
Gaby is teaching Spanish at Tachair Bookstore. Tachair is super-psyched to be able to offer you Spanish classes through our store!! The tuition is the standard $180/student for a 6-week course. Register at the store before June 11! Gaby is a Spanish Teacher from Argentina who has been teaching Spanish for several years in the US. Her method consists of getting the students speaking as soon as possible. Conversation is one of the main components of the class. They will work on being able to express what they want to say without using English. She also teaches grammar comprehension as well as applying reading comprehension skills to current event articles (in Spanish) Gaby has a BA in Education and a BA in Journalism, both from Argentina. She currently teaches Spanish classes for kids at a local School https://www.facebook.com/events/158408924334758/

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Get a job in the kitchen of any local establishment. You can get paid while you learn!

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I learned when I lived in Mexico and Uruguay but when I feel I am slipping I take those cheap 6 week courses at HCC in JSQ. I think they cost about 200 bucks.

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I have taken classes with Fluent City. The Manhattan location is right at 41st and Broadway. Their schedule was varied and with a Living Social coupon I took 20 hours of Portuguese for only $160! Definitely worth checking out. Their website is www.fluentcity.com They can help you decide what level to be on! Buena Suerte!

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reviving this - just saw a groupon discount for Rosetta Stone - has anyone found it useful?

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I've been taking lessons for a couple of years from a teacher (originally from Colombia) in Manhattan. He is flexible with time and location. He comes to my office in the city most of the time, but he has come to Jersey City to meet me several times, so he's not adverse to travelling, especially if he is able to schedule more than one class back-to-back.

He is able to tailor the classes to individual needs and intensities. He has great references, including me. His pricing is competitive with other classes I?ve seen offered. And you are able to pay class-by-class; you don?t have to buy a package.

His email is lordnikon31@yahoo.com

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I would be very interested too. I had a great teacher who worked with me one on one (we'd meet at Starbucks) and was very reasonably priced. Alas, she moved back to Buenos Aires last fall. Would love to get back into it and push on to the next level.

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Hello, need to learn Spanish for work. Have a basic High School level understanding and need to take that to the next level. Anyone know of any good services out there? Considering this option or doing Rosetta Stone. Thanks

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