Hi everyone, my name is Maribel and I’m an experienced Spanish teacher and a native speaker from Perú. I’ve been teaching Spanish for the last twelve years both in language schools and privately, in Germany, Perú, and in the last three years in Newtown. I just moved to Lower Hutt a couple of weeks ago and I'll be starting Spanish group classes every Monday from March 9 onwards (except public holidays) at the Russell Keown House in Lower Hutt (1 Knights Road, entrance on Queens Drive).
For people interested in learning Spanish or consolidating their knowledge or maybe for those would like to sharpen up their conversational skills, I'll have three classes:
6.00-7.00pm Spanish for beginners
7.00-8.00pm Pre-Intermediate Spanish
8.00-9.00pm Conversational Spanish (for people that already have around an intermediate level of Spanish)
$15 per class or $65 for five classes.
If you're looking for a private class, these are available for $40-50 per hour in Lower Hutt.
Contact me to register and also feel free to ask for more information :)
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