Spanishmente is a small academy of Spanish that was born in 2021. I teach Spanish through it from zero. They are lessons focused on the reality of the student and his or her goals. One of the most important things for me is knowing why the person wants to learn Spanish and his or her purposes. As an extra service,
I am a Higher Certificated in Marketing and Tourist Information and Secretarial Skills, having finished both studies in 2008. In 2009 I decided to specialize in the golf course sector studying Golf Course Management at Ciomijas Center, in Cala de Mijas, Málaga. I worked in the tourist sector for years. Despite my taste in this industry, I was sure that I needed a change. In 2020 I met a mother of two kids that wanted to learn Spanish and I started to teach them Spanish online. Then it was when I realized that I enjoy preparing a classroom and teaching the contents. The University Education Center of Carpe Diem and ELEinternacional certificated me as a teacher of ELE and teacher ELE focused on children and teenagers. That is why I can also teach Spanish to kids and very young boys and girls with a dynamic adapted to the kid classes. ELEinternacional provides me with continuous training.
My students come from many parts of the world. Many of them started with me from zero. After attending a few lessons, they learnt Spanish vowels and alphabet, greetings, farewells, numbers, to introduce themselves in Spanish, the gender, the singular and the plural and more. Always with a personalized and thoughtful manner and creating a bond between the student and me.
In Spanishmente, the student is the protagonist of the lesson. I aim to grow up every day as a teacher and as a professional.
Comedies, adventure, horror,...I enjoy any kind of gender. Cinema is a window where you can see other realities.
I consider dogs as pills for happiness. They are friendly and loving all the time! How can they do it?
Roma and Ibiza are the most beautiful places that I have ever visited. I love the art in Rome and the genuine joy of Ibiza.
I am proud of saying that Jerez de la Frontera is the cradle of the flamenco and the sherry wines.
The village of Cádiz took the Venetian navigators that escaped from the pestilence. They left us the seed of our Carnival, considered one of the most important in Spain.
Long and windy beaches where to surf, calitas where to be sheltered from the wind, chirinuitos where to eat "pescaíto frito" (fried fish) and where to drink a "cerveza", and more...