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With its large Hispanic community, events throughout the year, and a great selection of Latino bars, restaurants, and dance schools, Austin is one of the best cities for learning Spanish. If you ever feel that you would like to get in touch with a fun community, or even if you happen to start losing motivation to attend classes, check out some of the activities on this list.
Pachanga http://pachangafest.com/pachanga/ PachangaFest is a music festival held over three days in May across the cities of Houston, Dallas, and Austin. Attend to listen to up-and-coming artists in the Latin music scene, sing along to your favorite rock, hip-hop, funk, alternative, electronic, cumbia, salsa, tejano, and mariachi songs, and enjoy a variety of Latino foods, culture, and art.
Cine Las Americas http://cinelasamericas.org/home This five-day film festival held every April gives you the chance to watch close to 100 movies from different Spanish-speaking countries - including the United States. The Friends of Cine Las Americas also hold events throughout the year — the perfect opportunity to watch the latest Latino movies while meeting native speakers to practice everything you learned during your Spanish lessons in Austin.
Bars and Restaurants
Habana Restaurant & Bar http://www.habanaaustin.com/index.html With its lunches, dinners, and cocktails, Habana Restaurant & Bar is a celebration of Cuban culture and cuisine. Reward yourself for your hard work learning Spanish with an authentic meal that will make you feel as if you are really in Cuba.
Buenos Aires Café http://www.buenosairescafe.com/este/calendar http://www.buenosairescafe.com/galleria/calendar For a completely different Latino taste experience, try Buenos Aires Café, where you can choose from a range of traditional Argentine dishes. Make sure to check out the events happening at both Café Este and Galleria for evenings of music, dancing, and special meals.
Esquina Tango http://www.esquinatangoaustin.com/ A great way to continue learning outside of your Spanish lessons in Austin is to take dance classes. At Esquina Tango, you can learn salsa, samba, kizomba, milonga, salsa aerobics, and, of course, tango. If you are looking to meet other Spanish speakers, this is the place to go. The school also holds regular social events to give students the chance to make friends and practice their Spanish conversation skills.
Mexic-Arte Museum http://www.mexic-artemuseum.org/ A different way to experience Latino culture is to take a trip to the Mexic-Arte Museum. The temporary exhibitions and permanent collections are an ideal way to better understand Mexican and Latino history or simply find the inspiration you need to keep up with your Spanish lessons.
Excited to discover a new part of your city? Get out there and experience this fun, vibrant culture! To ensure that you keep improving during your Spanish lessons in Austin, search for a private teacher to take your skills to the next level.
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I lived abroad in Spain for 5 years so I teach mainly Spanish from Spain. But if you need help with grammar or tenses or just a larger vocabulary I am happy to help.
I am a recent graduate with a Masters of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, MA. There I studied with the world-renowned guitarist Eliot Fisk who is a direct student of the legendary guitarist Andres Segovia.
Currently I work part time teaching 12 students guitar at the University of South Carolina, in Columbia. I also I teach ukulele, Spanish, Italian, and English to a variety of students online. At the same time I am pursuing a Doctoral degree from the university to strengthen my skills as a guitarist and expand my knowledge as a teacher for higher education. I have also just completed my debut album titled, "Anima - The Music of Spain and Italy for the Gu
This album is a tribute and memorial to an amazing journey I had traveling and living in Europe for 3 years.
After I graduated from my undergraduate degree, I realized that in order to better my skills as a musician and become the guitar teacher I wanted to be I had to travel abroad. I moved to Seville, Spain where for three years I studied the art of classical and flamenco guitar.
I studied with a international known Spanish guitarist named Francisco Bernier at the Conservatory in Seville. During this time I was also teaching English as a second language to high school and middle school students. From traveling and spending so much time in Europe, I also developed and studied my love of languages and I became fluent in Spanish and Italian.
The experienced was an experience of a lifetime and I made many friends working and living abroad that to this day, I still keep in contact with.
If you are interested in having lessons with me, please contact me and we can begin learning the art of making beautiful music or learning the beautiful languages of the Mediterranean! "Hasta pronto!" "A presto!" and "Speak to you soon!"
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I learnt Spanish while living in Barcelona, Spain.
I am a writer and I've been a tutor for over 10 years now.
I will be happy to help you learn a new language, and discover a new culture.
I've been a tutor for over 12 years now and I'll be happy to help you with Italian, Spanish, or Music lesson (voice and guitar).
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I have spent four years studying Spanish in academic settings and have traveled extensively to Latin America, learning Spanish on the way. I have a wide vocabulary and a thorough understanding of grammar.
After studying Spanish for 2 years at the university level and extensive travel to Latin America I am fluent in Spanish in both the academic and conversational sides of the language.
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IM FLUENT IN SPANISH AND ILL HELP YOU LEARN FOR FUN OR TO ACE YOUR EXAMS.
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Hello, my name is Emmanuel Munoz and I'm Colombian-American i spent a good amount of my life studying in colombia and i can speak spanish fluently i will be able to help you achieve your goals in the spanish language! from a novice to an advanced speaker feel free to contact me and ill help you out and achieve your goals!I am a native spanish speaker!And if you would like to learn how colombians speak i can teach you my colloquial accent : )
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I am a fluent Spanish speaker. I took four years of Spanish in high school and have been speaking Spanish all my life. I am capable of helping Spanish students with reading, writing, listening, speaking, or conversational speaking. I have worked with students of all ages and am very comfortable working with all age groups and personalities.
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I have been tutoring for 8 years. I have a method that garantantees the understanding of the language. That make me easy to teach and at the same time the student feels the progress.
I am enthusiastic, passionate, driven, goal-oriented, and positive minded. I always encourage my students to work hard and never give up, no matter how difficult the task.
Every student is precious and has special gifts and talents. I believe it is my mission in life to encourage young people and help them to believe in themselves.
Spanish is the subject I teach, but overall, my objective is to motivate, inspire, encourage.
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Learn from a professional teacher with a master's degree in curriculum and instruction. I've been teaching Spanish since 2011 and know how to design lessons to meet your goals. Whether your goal is speaking, brushing up on listening skills, reading or writing I can develop lessons and experiences tailored to your needs. Whether you want to learn academic or "real world" Spanish, I have the experience to help you grow.
I can help you prepare for travel, supplement classroom teaching, or help you learn for fun! I'd love to tailor a lesson specific to your interests.
I fell in love with the Spanish language long ago in middle school and would love to help you love it too!
I'd love to help you:
-catch up in your school classes.
-supplement your home school curriculum.
-learn basic Spanish to teach your young kids.
-prepare for an upcoming trip.
-work on your conversational Spanish.
Maybe you wish you would have worked harder to learn Spanish in high school or college. It's not too late! I can create lessons tailored to your needs. Learning Spanish doesn't have to be boring drills or overwhelming vocabulary lists.
I can't wait to share my love of Spanish with you!
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