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Silvia Vidal Marin

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I am a native Spanish teacher working in secondary school in the county of Lincolnshire in England. I am completely in love with languages and cultures and with teaching my own language and English in which I am also specialised.

Cost: $20 Per Hour Company: GotIt!

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I am a native Spanish teacher working in secondary school in the county of Lincolnshire in England. I am completely in love with languages and cultures and with teaching my own language and English in which I am also specialised.

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Cost $20 Per Hour
Type of Tutoring Online
Locations Online
Degrees

North Georgia College And State University
Bachelor's in English

Northumbria University
Bachelor's in English

Murcia University
Bachelor's in English

Tutoring Subjects

Languages: English, Spanish

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  (319) 855-1595
Website
  www.tutoruniverse.com

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GotIt! proudly advertises to potential tutors that they can sign up and start tutoring within minutes, which means that initial listing on the site requires no meaningful assurance that the tutor is skilled or knowledgeable. As a result, as is generally the case with listing services, you should be very careful when selecting a tutor from GotIt!, looking closely at ratings and reviews to ensure you get a strong tutor. GotIt! is a market for online tutoring only, and provides no meaningful training or support for its tutors beyond the use of their online tutoring platform.

GotIt! says

GotIt!, formerly Tutor Universe, is a social marketplace for online tutoring, connecting students and tutors worldwide. GotIt! is a social marketplace for online tutoring that enables students and tutors to collaborate. We are the largest, free-market social learning community that is dedicated to helping students with online coaching and tutoring. We make it easier to teach and learn.

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