Perhaps will be going on a summer vacation to Yucatan, Cabo or Acapulco and want to show your girl friend you Spanish language skills. Or perhaps you are a business person think of hiring Latino staff and will find Spanish skills useful. No matter what your reasons are knowing Spanish is a skill that is useful in many of life’s situations.
May be you intent to outsource a part of your operation to Mexico, Panama or Costa Rica? When you travel there you know knowledge of Spanish will come in handy for your job. Did you know 45 millions live in the U.S. who speak Spanish as a first or second language? Given these numbers does anyone wonder why Spanish is the most requested foreign language at Tutorz.com?
In our previous article on Breakdown for Tutoring Subjects: Math, English, Science, Languages, Test Prep, Business and Music we published that 3.5% of all requests for tutoring pertain the Spanish language. Request for Spanish even surpass the ones for English or ESL (English as a Second Language) which amount to 1.8%. The other important languages, French, German, Arabic, Japanese, Chinese or Mandarin are not nearly as often requested as Spanish.
How can you find a Spanish tutor, one that knows the language and culture well, is safe and is qualified to teach?. At Tutorz.com this is very easy. Simply goto www.tutorz.com/find-a-tutor, type Spanish into the subject box and your zip code into the location box. You find dozens if not hundred of Spanish tutors in your home area. Browse through the list of Spanish tutors, screen their profiles and for the ones you find best send them a message. You might want to know more details about their background, their hourly rate or whether they are available at all.
There are many great native Spanish tutors on tutorz.com. For example Brittany B. who studied Spanish abroad in Granada, Spain in Spring, 2009. She lived for four months with a Spanish family and knows the Andalusian culture well. Another good example is Carlos O. who lives in Los Angeles and specializes in math and Spanish. And then there is Aj Corrales who knows English and Spanish equally well and has been teaching at the Miami-Dade Community College.
In summary, knowing Spanish is a type of social capital useful for may of life’s situations. At Tutorz.com you find a great abundance of tutors who specialize in helping you to achieve your language goal!