I’ve been teaching Spanish for more than 10 years and have been a Spanish teacher in Brighton for Cactus I’d say 5 years. I teach Spanish in the Cactus centre in Brighton.
I’ve been living in England for 5 years and I’m still learning everyday. 🙂
I was born in Córdoba, Argentina. My city is famous for the sense of humour of its inhabitants and a kind of music which is very popular there: el cuarteto.
I gained my degree in Philosophy from the University of Barcelona before becoming a Spanish teacher at International House, Barcelona. While teaching Spanish, I did my QTS in Spain and in the UK, became an Examiner for Instituto Cervantes London, did a CELTA Course and a few other things. I’d say I love teaching as much as learning.
I’ve had so many different jobs: I was a bartender, I sold properties, I taught Philosophy, and music…
I speak English, Catalan, a bit of Swedish and Spanish, of course.
I love travelling, but to be honest, I don’t know how many countries I’ve been to. What I could say is that I’ve lived in 5 countries. Living in different countries is a great experience because you can learn a lot about the people/history/language of the place you’re living in.
Looking forward to seeing you on my course,