Use this calendar to see when I might be free to meet with you. I do not take appointments on weekends, except in special cases.
This is my profile at the Editorial Freelancers Association. Here you can also find my CV as well as the EFA rate sheet for editorial services which I use as the basis for estimating jobs for clients.
Look here to see times that are already booked and those times that are free. I teach Monday through Friday, and occasionally on Saturdays. Never on Sunday! I will do my best to accomodate your schedule.
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This fantastic language forum for translators and serious students of language features the best detail of idiomatic Spanish available, including an excellent verb conjugator. Search English to Spanish, Spanish to English, or Spanish to Spanish definitions. ¡Bárbaro!
The source for your best Spanish to Spanish dictionary. You will find the dictionary lacking in Latin American idiomatic terms and definitions, but it's still the Big Mama of Spanish dictionaries.
Set up a free account to connect with a Spanish-speaking person who seeks a language exchange. Take advantage of this oportunidad gratuita to practice speaking Spanish outside of your classroom time.
A team of linguists from the Univeristy of Texas at Austin have posted these fabulous videos, organized by level and subject. The transcriptions are not perfect, but don't worry! These are great for practice and I assign them on occasion.
New York City-based photographer Deborah Harse's photos of La Habana, Cuba are some of the finest and most sensitive I have ever seen.
The author of "Loco Latino", Lucía is a native of Buenos Aires and the creator of lots of beautiful, lyrical artwork and calligraphy.
J.E. Piper is known for his Coney Island photographs and exquisite use of old cameras and nostalgic color palettes. He contributed "Divers" to this site.
Photographer and South American Adventure Traveler, Paul provided the Peruvian Dancer photograph on this site.