Ana Cristina

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Portuguese
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class
Portuguese
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201
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Speaks

Portuguese
Native
,
English
C1
,
Spanish
A2

About Me

Hi, my name is Ana and I was born in Portugal, so I´m a native Portuguese speaker! I've been teaching Portuguese online and in-person, and have studied languages myself for many years. So I know exactly what the challenges (and rewards!) of learning a language are like. Feel free to say hi to me or book a private tutoring session with me to really improve your language skills.Obrigada
Visit my blog: pasteldenatapt.blogspot.pt

Teacher Stats

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Schedule

Teaching Expertise

Beginner
Upper Beginner
Intermediate
Upper Intermediate
Advanced
Upper Advanced
European Portuguese
Teenagers (12-18)
Adults (18+)
Homework
Learning Materials
Lesson Plans
Proficiency Assessment
Quizzes/Tests
Reading Exercises
Writing Exercises
Accent Reduction
Grammar Development
Interview Preparation
Listening Comprehension
Phonetics
Reading Comprehension
Speaking Practice
Vocabulary Development
Writing Correction

Résumé

Education

2014 - 2014
Certificado de Competências Pedagógicas

Work Experience

2014
Online Portuguese Tutor
Helping people all around the world to improve their Portuguese skills.
2014
Correction of academic papers
Portuguese correction of academic papers like tesis

Latest article

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Using the Definite Article in Portuguese
Portuguese definite articles can be a bit confusing, when do you use them and how? If you are ever in doubt, here is a guide about how or when to use definite articles in Portuguese! The definite article...
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The Differences Between Ser and Estar Verb
A frequent question that comes to me is about the verbs ser and estar. Many students do not realize the use and the difference between the verb ser and estar because the most often translated as the verb...