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  1. Hello, my name is Manu and I’m an English/Spanish teacher, I have a lot of experience with individual and group classes, I will ask several questions in Spanish to know your level of Spanish and from there we can start out learning process, with every day situations and even some colloquial words and how to get by on the streets, the store, doctor... etc. $160 PESOS/HOUR.
  2. The following quote is by Stephen Krashen, Professor Emeritus, University of Southern California, and chairman of the Dept. of Linguistics, later moving to the Dept. of Education. I've met and spoken with Dr. Krashen several times. The guy has a PhD in grammar, but he believes that one acquires a language through comprehensible input, not studying grammar. This is a great analogy: https://www.facebook.com/groups/219072202107/permalink/10153254422562108/ There are some very interesting articles about language acquisition, as well as education reform, on his site: sdkrashen.com
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