...And, if you do find yourself bored, just let me know, and together, we'll do something about it. 5. Unless you want to become a language service professional, you probably don't need to take a college course in Spanish or Quichua in order to speak it. My focus as a teacher is on you speaking the language, and understanding the basics of its grammar.
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...I also earned a Master?s degree in Education with a specialization in Curriculum Development and Instruction. I then attended law school and earned my Juris Doctor degree. I have tutored a wide range of students including elementary students, university and graduate students, and adult learners.
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