Spanish Classes, translator & interpreter

Colorado Springs, CO

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

I would say it is essential to learn Spanish from a native speaker teacher. All the instruction is given in Spanish, Once the class start I will not speak in any other language other than Spanish, this will force you to learn through listening and speaking, of course will be also reading and writing material .Essentially you will discover the meanings of words and phrases in the context of real-life situations and not just by translation. Practice is the key to learning Spanish for that reason you will practice your conversation skills as often as possible. This will allow you to eventually "think" in Spanish. When you can do this, you will know that you're really learning.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

The students keep me young. I enjoy the sharing that goes on in the classroom,the interaction. Also the gratification of knowing you are doing something to make people better. It is rewarding when students struggled with a concept, then mastered it.
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Location

Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Years in business

14

Times hired on Thumbtack

4

Reviews

4 Reviews
  • Tom C. Feb 18, 2016
    Gabriel is an excellent teacher! He is honest, hardworking, and patient. He focuses on conversation, & I am now able to hold basic conversation in Spanish. He is very flexible with class schedules and I enjoy learning with him each week. Furthermore, he has become a good friend. I would highly recommend him.
  • Kyle A. Jan 6, 2016
    Gabriel makes learning Spanish fun and enjoyable. He uses reading materials as well as visual aids. Classes are always in a comfortable public setting and in the 14 months I have been learning from him I can't think of a single time he has canceled a class. Definitely recommend him.
  • Tracy T. Dec 31, 2015
    Gabriel is an amazing tutor who truly takes the time to learn your individual learning style to help you best succeed. He has been my tutor for almost two years and I couldn't ask for anyone better!! He has very reasonable rates and the best resources to help me learn. I would, and have, highly recommended him to others before and I will continue to learn from him as long as possible!
  • Tom C. Feb 18, 2016
    Gabriel is an excellent teacher! He is honest, hardworking, and patient. He focuses on conversation, & I am now able to hold basic conversation in Spanish. He is very flexible with class schedules and I enjoy learning with him each week. Furthermore, he has become a good friend. I would highly recommend him.
  • Kyle A. Jan 6, 2016
    Gabriel makes learning Spanish fun and enjoyable. He uses reading materials as well as visual aids. Classes are always in a comfortable public setting and in the 14 months I have been learning from him I can't think of a single time he has canceled a class. Definitely recommend him.
  • Tracy T. Dec 31, 2015
    Gabriel is an amazing tutor who truly takes the time to learn your individual learning style to help you best succeed. He has been my tutor for almost two years and I couldn't ask for anyone better!! He has very reasonable rates and the best resources to help me learn. I would, and have, highly recommended him to others before and I will continue to learn from him as long as possible!
  • Madison T. Oct 30, 2015
    Spanish Lessons
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Q&A

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Learning Spanish could very well be the best investment youÂ’ll ever make. You're very lucky if you get a teacher who is an native Spanish speaker who also knows English well. What differentiates a Spanish native teacher from someone who's merely a native Spanish speaker is experience in getting someone up to speed in speaking and understanding Spanish, and hopefully a few tricks that will make learning Spanish easy and efficient for you. Needless to say, even trained educators can be poor teachers. Best classes should be always "in-person".