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Spanish Teacher needed in Phnom Penh

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I am trying to learn Spanish and the apps only take me so far. I need a Spanish teacher for a couple of sessions a week.

Spanish as first language preferably but at this stage anyone with strong Spanish will do. Actually being a teacher would be good as well.

I am going to Mexico and Colombia so anyone from there would be ideal.

Any suggestions?

As always, many thanks in advance...
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You can try to face time lessons if you can't find a teacher, you'll want an Espanol speaker, even Mexican to Colombian is different in some pronunciations, Colombian being the most "proper" Espanol, never learn with an Islander. I like this site it goes in-depth on conjugation and grammar, and the word of the day comes in handy -

https://www.spanishdict.com/


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Seasquatch wrote: Sun Oct 27, 2019 7:37 pm You can try to face time lessons if you can't find a teacher, you'll want an Espanol speaker, even Mexican to Colombian is different in some pronunciations, Colombian being the most "proper" Espanol, never learn with an Islander. I like this site it goes in-depth on conjugation and grammar, and the word of the day comes in handy -

https://www.spanishdict.com/


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Thanks for the advice. I'll go for native proper Spanish speaker if I can find one. I haven't found anyone on here so I'll try further afield. I am going for a vacation; a week in Mexico City, two weeks in Medellin and then 5 weeks wherever the wind blows me.

Thanks for the website, I'll use that.
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I can teach you basic Spanish on skype. Easily enough to get by and a bit more.

I am not a native speaker just an anglophone spanish learner for many years.

I will also be in PP in a couple of weeks.
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Multipox wrote: Wed Oct 30, 2019 6:07 pm I can teach you basic Spanish on skype. Easily enough to get by and a bit more.

I am not a native speaker just an anglophone spanish learner for many years.

I will also be in PP in a couple of weeks.
Thanks very much for your offer. However, I have found a Spanish teacher (Spanish + a Teacher) here in Phnom Penh so I have got lucky. I much appreciate your offer though. All the best...
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