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Hello everyone. My name is Zef Anderson, friends also call me Fezz. I served a mission in Nicaragua, Central America. Ever since then I have always had a desire to continue working with the Spanish language. I not only am fluent in Spanish, but I have also been through the process of learning it. In Salt Lake for the past year I was working at a loan center, helping for the most part Spanish speaking clients. Helping my friends out with their Spanish homework sparked my interest to become a Spanish tutor. I prefer the private tutoring method because it is much easier to teach someone to understand Spanish one on one. My goal is to pinpoint your specific method of learning, always changing my teaching style to match your learning style. In high school I studied Spanish 1, 2, 3 honors, and AP Spanish. In Nicaragua I used Spanish fluently to live. By these two things, I am well-rounded in both speaking fluently and knowing the grammatical principles. Once again my name is Zef Anderson, and I look forward to tutoring you soon! I am from the Salt Lake City, and for those of you who know the Salt Lake area, I am from Riverton. I came down here to Dixie State College to study Communication with a small group/interpersonal emphasis. My main goal after graduating is to be a translator or work in an embassy.

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Hello everyone. My name is Zef Anderson, friends also call me Fezz. I served a mission in Nicaragua, Central America. Ever since then I have always had a desire to continue working with the Spanish language. I not only am fluent in Spanish, but I have also been through the process of learning it. In Salt Lake for the past year I was working at a loan center, helping for the most part Spanish speaking clients. Helping my friends out with their Spanish homework sparked my interest to become a Spanish tutor. I prefer the private tutoring method because it is much easier to teach someone to understand Spanish one on one. My goal is to pinpoint your specific method of learning, always changing my teaching style to match your learning style. In high school I studied Spanish 1, 2, 3 honors, and AP Spanish. In Nicaragua I used Spanish fluently to live. By these two things, I am well-rounded in both speaking fluently and knowing the grammatical principles. Once again my name is Zef Anderson, and I look forward to tutoring you soon! I am from the Salt Lake City, and for those of you who know the Salt Lake area, I am from Riverton. I came down here to Dixie State College to study Communication with a small group/interpersonal emphasis. My main goal after graduating is to be a translator or work in an embassy.

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Type of Tutoring In-Person
Locations Your Office, Student's Home

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Languages: Spanish

Social Science: Language

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