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Varsity Tutors can help Spanish learners in improving their language skills faster with our Raleigh-Durham Spanish course. Whether you are a total beginner or an advanced learner, you can benefit from experienced language instructors and a comprehensive curriculum for Spanish. Learning a foreign language can be frustrating, especially if you can't wrap your head around a certain grammar point or something peculiar about the language. But if you have access to an expert teacher who can immediately answer your questions and guide you in your study, then learning can be easier and more fun. You could reach your target language level faster than learning on your own.
Spanish has been a popular choice for students at Green Hope High School and Leesville Road High School who are studying a language to fulfill a general education requirement. There are also many college students from Duke University who have chosen to learn Spanish as their second language. Some of the benefits you can enjoy when you speak Spanish include being able to apply for more jobs that may list Spanish skills as one of their requirements. You can also explore many countries who use Spanish as an official language and connect faster with their people. These countries include Argentina, Peru, Spain, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Guatemala, and many other locations in Central and South America. Spanish is the second most spoken language after Mandarin Chinese, so you can imagine the great number of people and cultures you can immerse yourself into once you are really able to speak the language.
If you are looking for a way to jump-start your Spanish studies or if you already speak the language but want to improve your current level, a Raleigh-Durham Spanish class can be a good solution. You can have access to a very supportive and collaborative learning environment with highly qualified instructors and a very convenient way to learn through online classes. Enrolling in a Spanish course with us means having quality, thorough lessons at any level.
What material will a Raleigh-Durham Spanish course cover?
There will be a lot of topics to discuss as you progress with your Spanish lessons. As a background, it would be helpful to know that Spanish takes many of its grammar rules and syntax from Latin. It can be one of the easiest foreign languages to learn for a native English speaker, but it can still be challenging especially since grammar and sentence structure are still different.
When you start your Spanish course at the beginner level, you can expect to learn about nouns and their gender. Spanish is a gender-based language, which means nouns take on a specific gender such as masculine, feminine, and neuter. One rule is when a noun ends in "o," it is usually masculine, and when it ends in "a," it is usually a feminine noun. As you go along with your studies, you will encounter some exceptions to this rule, and you just need to memorize those nouns.
Another topic you will study with your instructor is noun-adjective pairing. This refers to how adjectives change their form depending on the number and gender of the noun they are describing. This can be a challenging part to learn because, on top of learning the actual adjective, you also have to consider what word or words it is modifying. An example would be the sentence "La manzana es roja," or "The apple is red." Manzana is apple and roja is red. Since manzana is singular and feminine, roja is also in singular, feminine form.
You will also discuss verbs and verb conjugation in your Raleigh-Durham Spanish class. Verbs in Spanish are categorized as: regular - follows regular conjugation rules; irregular - verbs that do not follow most normal ending patterns; stem-changing - verbs that change depending on how you use it in a sentence; spelling-changing - has consonant-spelling variations in some forms to follow pronunciation rules; and reflexive - reflects the action back on the subject of the sentence.
How will a Raleigh-Durham Spanish course help me learn?
Learning Spanish with an experienced and supportive teacher can help you improve your language skills faster. Our Spanish courses are handled by instructors who are not just fluent but also trained on how to teach the different aspects of the language that may be difficult for learners to grasp. They are instructors who went through a rigorous screening process and are highly qualified to teach different levels. Teachers who conduct our Spanish courses can help you study smarter and work effectively towards your language goals.
You can also have a smoother and more efficient experience with Varsity Tutors' Raleigh-Durham Spanish class because it is offered entirely online. An online course means that you do not have to stress about commuting and you can set-up your study area wherever you feel most comfortable. There are students who give up on their foreign language study because going to classes becomes too much of a bother. With online classes, we have addressed this concern and have made it easier and more convenient for students to learn Spanish. Online lessons are live, and you can ask questions to your instructor. There will also be lots of opportunities to practice your Spanish with other students enrolled in the class.
Need extra help on a topic? Our Spanish classes also allow students to have 1-on-1 time set- aside with instructors. These personalized sessions can be very helpful if you are having difficulties with certain aspects of the language and need to work on them some more together with the guidance of your teacher.
How can I get signed up?
Your Spanish language studies can be a truly worthwhile investment as it can lead you to job opportunities here and abroad. If you are ready to start your Spanish lessons or want to improve your current level faster, Varsity Tutors can assist you in enrolling in a Raleigh-Durham Spanish course that fits your schedule. Call us now and we can provide more details about our current class offerings and how and when you can start your own lessons.
Candy: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
...a lover of learning, especially mathematics. I believe students learn best from people they like, so I always make it a point to build relationships with students and treating them with respect and dignity. I also believe that students learn through different means, so I differentiate instruction to meet the needs of the students. I look forward to meeting all of the wonderful students who want to learn math in exciting way and engaging ways!
Joshua: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
...have a wide knowledge of various fields in linguistics such as: Phonetics/Phonology, Syntax, Sociolinguistics, Second Language Acquisition, and Romance Phonetics. As for my future, I am working the Master of Business Administration. With an MBA and my understanding of foreign languages and their respective cultures, I aspire to take part in today's growing global market. Given my desire to be abroad and my experience with other cultures, I look forward to working with others both...
William: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
...seeds into the lives of others. Further, I have discovered that I not only love to teach but that I am quite good at it. While I am doing quite a bit of private tutoring on my own, I am now looking for ways to expand my reach. Accordingly, your organization may be a good fit with my skills and abilities. Note that I do not intend to quit my private tutoring practice. So, although...
Education & Certification
- Texas AM University - Bachelors, Nuclear Engineering
- Duke University - Masters, Business Administration and Management
- Algebra 3/4
- AP Statistics
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Jacqueline: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
I have a BA in Spanish from UNC-Greensboro and MBA. I have been speaking and studying Spanish for the majority of my life. I Studied 2 summers in Madrid and Caceres Spain and have tutored various levels of Spanish from children to adults. I want to help students understand, Use, and become proficient in Spanish. I look forward to helping meet your Spanish goals... To meet the student where they are and develop a plan geared to the way they learn to continue to help and motivate them.
Jennifer: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
...Spanish Studies. Since graduation, I have begun working on my Bachelors of Arts in French and Spanish Translation, with a minor in Religious Theology. I recently relocated to North Carolina from Los Angeles, and am very excited to begin this next chapter of my life in such a beautiful place. While I can tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about French and Spanish. In my experience helping struggling students learn a...
Education & Certification
- Long Beach City College - Associates, French/Spanish
- ISEE- Lower Level
- Conversational French
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Liliana: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
...the form of science experiments and lectures, and later with high school students to help them better understand Biology, Chemistry, and Algebra. In addition, I work in the Life Design Lab (JHU's career center) to guide students through graduate school or job applications and interviews as well as review their resumes and cover letters to properly advise them on applying within various fields. Originally from Southern California, I have always enjoyed year-round outdoor activities. In...
Greg: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
...and higher education. I seek to employ this passion by contributing my academic, organizational, and creative gifts for the betterment of my students, colleagues, and communities. I bring a diverse range of skills from my many experiences in teaching, researching, volunteering, tutoring, administrating, mentoring, and studying. Additionally, I am particularly adept in the use of various technology and am very comfortable working in environments that require such proficiency. I am also an avid drummer and...
Gustav: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
...try to find time to teach or tutor. Whether it's teaching English as a Second Language in Peru, math in Connecticut, or writing in Ypsilanti, I keep teaching in my life because I love the feeling of seeing a student reach a new level. I'm a big fan of designed independent learning, and my experience has taught me that "studying harder" is not always the answer. With each student, I focus first on organization: what...
Education & Certification
- American University - Bachelors, Political Science and Government
- Spanish 1
- High School Biology
- +53 subjects
Phillip: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
Only the only thing I love more than technology is the opportunity to share what I have learned with others who are interested in learning more about technology. I am most familiar with Java, SQL, HTML and CSS. I have worked in roles in which I coached and instructed individuals of all ages. I look forward to being part of your learning journey. I am also a fluent Spanish speaker.
Education & Certification
- East Carolina University - Bachelor in Business Administration, Management Information Systems
- Conversational Spanish
- Spanish 2
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Juliana: Raleigh-Durham Spanish course instructor
Hello! I am a junior Honors student at UNC Chapel Hill. I am a Public Policy major with a double minor in Hispanic studies and social and economic justice. My goal in both teaching and tutoring is to encourage every student to learn and grow in a supportive environment. I specialize in Spanish language acquisition and English grammar and writing skills.
Education & Certification
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Bachelor in Arts, Public Policy Analysis
- Spanish 2
- College Application Essays
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