David Gomez

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Hola !!! Hi everyone! Qué tal? How are you? My name is Pablo ( Pablo des), a Spanish teacher from Spain. Also, you can call me David, or Debiddo, as my Japanese family does. Currently living in Tokyo, developing my career and enjoying the amazing gastronomy here. Most of my time, I am helping students to get their goals with this amazing language. -How my classes are? Funny as possible! And 100% Hispanic experience. In a few specific important moments, we could speak English. Just if we really need. I offer classes in 3 different systems, in order to suit your needs and goals. You can choose between: 1- BESPOKE, Lessons are customized to suit you in order to get the most out of them. 2-CONVERSATION, Designed for students already at the elementary level, level A.2, since a foundation is required to be able to communicate. 3-COMBO BC, The conversation and bespoke systems blend it. -How is the first class? We will talk about your goals and objectives. And mainly about you, your likes, hobbies, and skills. Why?? Because every student is different, the same as humans, and the best way to teach is to discover what kind of student you are. You will surprise how much words you know from the first class! Learning Spanish will get you in the second most spoken language in the world. -What do I use? I use varied material to customize the lessons and exercises for you. I have my own material, but also I use professional resources like books or interactive activities. -How I am? Dedicated, empathic and funny. I really like to make the lessons the easiest way possible, the same style as kids learn: with fun. I roundly curious about everything, as I have traveled a lot and I have taught in the cosmopolitan city of London for a while to different nationality students. I love books, healthy style of life, and documentaries. -What kind of skills I have? I am a huge Japanese food lover... I am certificated as ELE professional, a Spanish teacher for foreigners, for International House Barcelona, recognized for Cervantes Institute. Most important I enjoy teaching for a while, not just Spanish. Different subjects as yoga, documentaries or meditation for beginners. I speak also English and two more languages, Galician and Portuguese. Plus currently, I am learning Japanese. -Is Spanish a difficult language? Maybe is easier English? Well, nothing compared with Chinese or Hungarian language... ;) I promise you. The Spanish language has important differences with Asian languages, true. But when you identified which they are, is just a question of practice. A good explanation for this is that especially for Japanese students, Spanish phonetic is much easier than English. And both languages, Spanish and English, share many words, structures and phonetics. You will surprise how much Spanish words you know already and you didn't realize. Despite this, I understand how hard could be in some moments. But DON'T worry, please! Step by step, together, you will get confident and motivation pretty high to make this fantastic language, YOUR language. You will learn not just in class time with me because you will use some of your hobbies and passions to keep and improve your Spanish. I will design these activities for you. -Where do I teach? I use to meet students at their home or some places like a quiet coffee shop. Around my area or yours. We could arrange the best place for you. I love parks on a nice day too! -How are the prices? The standards prices are: My location 60 minutes - 3000 yen 90 minutes - 4100 yen 120 minutes- 5400 yen Prices could change, as it depends of your location, or if you book classes in advance. -Do you teach groups? Yes, definitely. I am more than happy to give lessons to small groups. Students groups give me many options and wide opportunities to make fantastic activities and games. And with economic prices. -Are you a little bit curious but you don't want to take a decision yet? I am happy to send you an example of how my classes look like. I appreciate your interest and time and don't hesitate to consult me, please. Gracias, and see you! Arigatou...