Learn Spanish Talking

Learn Spanish Talking

5.0(3 reviews)


I am a lawyer and because of the work of my husband I lived in Israel and started teaching Spanish there. Then in Italy and Mexico as well.

I like using visuals and involving my students in small dialogs from class one. I love using PPT and realia in class.


1 employee
23 years in business
Serves Miami , FL


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Luz G.

Nelly was the perfect teacher for me. Very patient and nice person. She taught me how to speak fluently.
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March 12, 2020


Yunuenn M.

Great teacher! Very patient and nice to work with. Classes are easy to understand and very enjoyable.
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March 12, 2020


Jorge J.

It helps me a lot.
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March 12, 2020

Frequently asked questions

I evaluate my students to see their level in Spanish and know their motivations and needs.

With this information I can design his/her classes in order to help them achieve their goals.

I studied law for 7 years at the University. I took all the courses in Spanish and those include literature and language arts.

I took a Course for Spanish teachers at the Cervantes institute in Tel Aviv, Israel.

I took the program for teachers at The Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano in Lima, Peru.

I charge private students 45 dollars per hour. The same for a group of max 4 students. The minimum hours per week are two in order to accomplish learning.

I started teaching English at the Catholic University Language Center in Lima, Peru. When I moved to Israel I taught both English and Spanish and in Mexico I continued teaching both languages at Interlingua.

I have taught adults, at their offices, teenagers and children.

I am currently Spanish tutor at the International Studies Charter School where all my students are French teenagers.

I have a good relation with them and classes are focused on conversations about famous people that they know.

I also have a student who is a legal consultant and we focus on writing mails to his clients. He knows Spanish but he's becoming more confident with the classes.

The best thing before starting classes is to stablish a clear objective, why do I study Spanish? Do I need to take an Specific Exam? Am I planning to travel to a Spanish speaking country? Do I need it for work? That's the only way a teacher can plan your lessons effectively. Not all the students have the same needs and a teacher needs to focus the classes according to the specific student they have and his/her necessities.

What helps me to learn? What motivates me to learn? What kind of teachers do I like? 

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