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Dedicated Private Spanish Tutoring Online

Whether you're interested in private Spanish tutoring or collaborative work in a group setting, Varsity Tutors will help you find a great instructor for your needs. Every tutor in our network has been extensively vetted, so you can count on studying under the tutelage of a great communicator who understands how to use modern teaching methods to help students further their understanding of Spanish.

Here are some of the benefits associated with private online instruction:

  • The freedom to progress at your natural pace
  • Timely feedback on your work
  • Individualized attention
  • The opportunity to establish a personal rapport with your tutor
  • Access to language-learning resources developed by experts

Learn Spanish From Experienced Teachers

When it comes to learning a new language, there's no substitute for immersing yourself in it. Working with a private Spanish tutor means that you are setting aside a certain amount of time to practice and improve your Spanish skills.

Listening to your instructor can be a great way to understand what Spanish is supposed to sound like, giving you a clearly-defined goal to strive for. Your tutor can also answer any questions you have about diacritics or whether a specific noun is masculine or feminine, enabling you to seek clarification before a simple misunderstanding snowballs into a significant learning obstacle. When you're ready, your instructor can even conduct entire sessions in Spanish and challenge you to improve.

Improve Grades and Test Scores In Spanish

Spanish is one of the most popular foreign language courses in the United States. If you or your student need help to prepare for an upcoming exam, your instructor can enhance your study efficacy in a variety of ways.

For example, your Spanish tutor could ask you for a writing sample so that they can provide constructive criticism on your work. Similarly, speaking Spanish with your instructor can help you feel more confident about the speaking portion of a Spanish test. Your instructor may even be able to recommend Spanish language media to help you practice between study sessions.

How much does a Spanish tutor cost?

The price of private Spanish tutoring varies according to the individual needs of the student. For example, a student who is studying basic grammar rules may pay a different hourly rate than an undergraduate writing a Spanish-language research paper on the history of the Spanish monarchy.

Additional factors such as how often you meet your instructor can also influence the final rate you pay. If you're looking for something a little bit more affordable, you can try a Varsity Tutors Spanish class or group tutoring as well. Our Educational Directors would be delighted to help you choose between all of the options available to you, so contact us online or by phone to get started today.

How does online Spanish tutoring work?

You will meet your certified Spanish tutor on our exclusive Live Learning Platform: basically a virtual classroom you can access on your favorite mobile devices. If you're concerned about the quality of instruction you can receive online, don't be.

Our platform includes powerful features such as video chat and integrated practice problems to create a face-to-face study experience comparable to anything you could get in-person. You're also working with a live instructor, so you won't be stuck with a rigid curriculum like you may be with software-based alternatives. It's the best of all worlds!

Are Spanish tutors worth it?

A private tutor can teach to your innate learning style to help you deepen your understanding of Spanish. For example, a visual learner could benefit immensely from infographics illustrating how to conjugate irregular verbs such as "tener," while an aural learner could get more out of discussing the topic instead.

Likewise, a private instructor can create an environment where it's okay to make mistakes as part of the language-learning process. If you're ready to experience the difference a private tutor can make for yourself, use the "Get Started" tab above or call us at the number provided to get the process going. We look forward to serving you.

How can a Spanish tutor help you?

Varsity Tutors can help your child get more out of their Spanish language studies and test preparation efforts by helping you connect with an experienced Spanish tutor. Spanish tutors provide a unique learning advantage for language learners that can help elevate your child's linguistic skills more quickly due to the one-to-one learning environment in which Spanish tutoring takes place. If you've spent time searching online for "Spanish tutoring near me," you can quickly and easily get your child started with a private Spanish tutor by contacting us today. Continue reading to discover how a private tutor can support your child's Spanish language acquisition efforts.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online Spanish Tutoring review by Evan
Both students had Spanish homework last night, although Student 1 was mostly working on vocabulary for his test this week and already had most of it memorized. Student 2's Spanish stuff is getting more and more complex as he advances through Spanish 2, which means that his assignments are getting more challenging for him. The hardest part at the moment is still distinguishing between preterite and imperfect tenses, which in Spanish are both used to talk about the past, but in slightly different contexts.
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Online Spanish Tutoring review by Lauren
The student and I discussed how his tests are formatted so that I could get a better idea of how to prepare him. Then we went over direct object pronouns and other worksheets from Chapter 6A, which he has just finished. I gave him tips on how to study for his next 100 point test, which will be next week. We decided to meet on a weekly basis with hour-long sessions.
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Online Spanish Tutoring review by Carolyn
Today we went over the material that is in the current chapter that the student is starting in his class. We practiced reflexive verbs as well as the preterite of ser and ir. We created sentences and reviewed vocabulary simultaneously.
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Online Spanish Tutoring review by Michael
Student 1 - Focused on the preterite vs. imperfect verb tense, explained any completed action in the past calls for the preterite whereas an on-going action or description of a past event calls for the use of the imperfect, conjugated ir/ser in the preterite, since they share a common form, formula of "was going to do doing"= ir(imperfect)+a+infinitive, and concluded with superlatives(mas que, menos que, tan como) Student 2 - Focused on an upcoming test this Friday, learned preterite endings for '-ar' verbs, broke down pronunciation by clapping out each syllable, reviewed vocabulary, concluded with reflexive verbs in the preterite and 'ir'
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Online Spanish Tutoring review by Rebecca
Today the student and I went through the material she has been covering, mainly the culture of Argentina. I made sure that she understood the passages that she had read because she said that it was material that could come up on tests. Her main area of weakness is vocabulary because she has not been immersed in the vocabulary for as long as her peers have. We decided to go over the vocab starting from the beginning of the book and covered the preliminary vocabulary in the front of the book and will start going through chapter by chapter all of the material she has missed.
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Online Spanish Tutoring review by Rolando
The student and I finished many of his voice activities that he has to record and submit at school. He was able to conjugate most of the verbs without any help and was also able to write sentences clearly and with proper grammar.
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Whether you're a high school student attempting to understand the Spanish language, a professional hoping to advance your career, or a traveler hoping to learn the language of your destination, Varsity Tutors can connect you with excellent Spanish tutoring to help you make quick progress. Working with Spanish tutors can provide a unique one-on-one learning environment to can help you advance your linguistic skills and gain confidence in yourself.

Most students are required to study a foreign language in high school or college. Many schools offer several different foreign languages. When you were trying to decide which language to pursue, there are some things you should keep in mind.

When you take the time to learn a different language, it can completely change your perception of the English language. For example, when you learn the rules of grammar and different parts of speech in Spanish, it can deepen your understanding of standard English conventions such as grammar, idioms, and even spelling.

Spanish is the second most widely spoken language on the planet and is considered the official language of around 20 countries. There are more than 400 million native Spanish speakers around the globe. In the United States, there are over 40 million native Spanish speakers. Additionally, Spanish is the most studied language at all educational levels in the United States.

Learning Spanish can help you gain access to a wider and more diverse community within your own country as well as throughout the globe. Spanish culture is a big part of the community in many areas in the United States. As you grow in your Spanish language acquisition, you will be exposed to new ideas and perspectives. You can also have gain the ability to speak one of the most expressive languages in the world.

Being fluent in Spanish can also open up new career opportunities. You could work as a translator, interpreter, travel agent, immigration officer, or bilingual instructor. This is not a comprehensive list, as there are a large number of careers which value bilingual skills. Having the ability to communicate with a larger population is a huge advantage for many employers.

Working with first-rate Spanish tutors can help you reach for your Spanish goals and gain confidence in your ability to speak and understand the language.

What concepts or skills can a Spanish tutor help me study?

Learning any language can be difficult; Spanish is no exception. Mastering the ability to speak Spanish is about more than just memorizing vocabulary words and practicing pronunciation. The goal of your Spanish tutoring sessions should be to gain fluency and train yourself not only to speak the language but also be able to think in it. This goes far beyond learning syntax, spelling, pronunciation, and grammar.

According to the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, there are several different standards you should aim for in order to truly master speaking Spanish. When studying communication skills, you will want to be able to understand interpersonal communication, interpretive communication, and presentation of communication. You will want to be able to relate cultural practices and products to different perspectives. You want to be able to make connections about these diverse perspectives. Additionally, you need to be able to compare and contrast the Spanish language and culture to English. You'll also want to be able to understand how various Spanish-speaking cities or communities around the world are diverse. Working with a Spanish tutor can help you work on all these concepts and skills.

The beauty of working with Spanish tutors is the ability to move beyond the boundaries found in a typical classroom. Your Spanish instructor can go over Spanish culture, history, societal norms, and conversational Spanish. Your instructor has the opportunity to expose you to real-world situations. This can help transform the tedious task of memorization into a more exciting learning activity, which helps make the Spanish language easier to understand and more enjoyable.

How is private Spanish tutoring different from other types of study resources?

Working with private Spanish tutors can come with many benefits. In a typical classroom, instructors are traditionally limited in what subjects they can teach and which methods they can use. Teachers must take a large number of students into account in order to strive to instruct the majority of their students properly. it is impossible to take into consideration the different learning methods and needs of each child in the room. A private Spanish teacher has the ability to focus on the specific needs of the student.

Private instructors do not have to worry about the pace and skill level of other students. They only are concerned with your specific needs. If you need extra time with one skill but have already mastered another, you can choose to spend your study sessions working on the areas in which you need the most improvement. Your instructor has the opportunity to personalize lessons and can adjust them as needed when your skills grow.

In addition to working at your own pace, your instructor can take into consideration your particular learning style and preferences. Teachers in a traditional classroom must use the learning method which will work for the majority of the students, but your private instructor can tailor lesson plans to your exact needs. For example, some people learn better with rote memorization, practice, and repetition. Others may prefer a more kinesthetic or hands-on learning experience. Since study sessions are catered to your learning preferences, no two sessions will look alike.

Private instruction can be an extremely valuable source when learning any foreign language. When you work with a private Spanish instructor, you'll be able to immediately start practicing your Spanish skills simply by having the opportunity to speak with your instructor in Spanish. This gives you real-world experience and can take language out of the textbook. Private instruction gives you practice opportunities which you cannot find in a typical educational setting.

In addition to helping with your coursework, a Spanish tutor can also help you to prepare for exams like the SAT Subject Test in Spanish. This specific test is not offered as often in a year as the other SAT exams, so it is important for you to plan ahead so that you are adequately prepared when the test is offered.

A private Spanish teacher can help you to understand the different content areas of the exam: Vocabulary and Structure, Paragraph Completion, and Reading Comprehension. This is a 60-minute test which consists of 85 multiple-choice questions. In addition to helping you practice the content and skills found in each section, your instructor can also work with you to prepare for the SAT Spanish exam experience. The SAT can be difficult when answering questions in your native language so you can imagine having to do the same thing in a foreign language can be extra challenging. Your private Spanish mentor can help you learn to manage your time and pace when answering questions during a timed exam. Spanish instruction can include this type of test preparation during study sessions. Although this section of the SAT is not required, passing it does give you the opportunity to test out of some of the lower level Spanish classes at many colleges and universities.

No matter what skill you want or need to work on, whether it's vocabulary and syntax, pronunciation and composition, or test prep, a personal Spanish tutor can help you work towards your goals.

How can I get connected to Spanish tutors?

When looking for a Spanish tutor, you may think the best option is to find an instructor who lives near you. However, working in a digital learning environment can provide you with better flexibility when it comes to scheduling. If you already have a packed schedule with classes, work, family obligations, or other activities, it can be difficult to find time to commute back-and-forth to yet another event. Instead, you can connect with your Spanish instructor from your favorite study spot as long as you have high-speed Internet. Rather than commuting, you can connect with your Spanish instructor from your favorite study spot as long as you have high-speed Internet and a Computer. This gives you the opportunity to attend your private instruction sessions in the public library, your favorite coffee shop, or in the comfort of your home sitting at the dinner table.

When you work with a private instructor online, this gives you access to a larger number of instructional opportunities than you might find in your city. Your preferred learning style and personality are unique, and it can sometimes be challenging to find someone in your area who is compatible. Compatibility can be a critical factor for a successful private instruction experience. By expanding your options with online instruction, the opportunity to find an excellent instructive match is increased. Remember, proximity isn't as important as connecting with a high-quality, knowledgeable instructor who has first-rate communication skills and suits your personality. If you're ready to get started, call Varsity Tutors today and let us connect you with knowledgeable Spanish tutors.

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