Sandra Barrera - Spanish Lessons, Spanish Conversation Partner

Sandra Barrera - Spanish Lessons, Spanish Conversation Partner

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About this pro

I am a Spanish native speaker. I am 35 years old. I am a lawyer in my home country, came to the USA for a few years for academic reasons. 

I can help you to understand better your Spanish lessons and practice your conversation skills as well by practicing, reading and talking about actuality topics. 

I am not a Spanish Teacher. However, through my language skills I have helped many teens and adults to achieve their Spanish goals at school and life. 

Currently, I work only on Saturdays and have some available spots:

- 9 am. Place: Starbucks at Shops at Legacy (Plano)

- 11 am. Place: Starbucks at Shops at Legacy (Plano)


- after 11:30 AM. Place: Starbucks at Royal Ln / Preston (North Dallas)

I am also open to set a different meeting place as long as it is in Addison, North Dallas, Plano and sorrounding areas.

I love to help others and serve. It is also an activity that challenges me every day to improve and research.

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Dallas, TX 75254
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2 Reviews


  • Karuna Naik

    Sandra was my conversation partner for more than one year, She was EXTREMELY helpful in guiding me on improving my Spanish conversation skills, and not only did she help and guide me through it, she was able to explain in detail how everything worked. I learned a lot about literacy and South American culture as well. She is an absolutely great tutor.

  • Cristina Albertson

    Sandra has helped my kids to improve their Spanish skills. They were not able to communicate with their grandparents and other hispanic relatives. Now, they have showed improvements and are able to set a conversation more easily.


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$ 36 per lesson (3 persons)

$ 40 per lesson (4 persons)

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