Online lessons are the ideal solution for you if you don’t want to be bothered to go to a language school and listen to what other students had for breakfast that morning.
Maybe you are asking yourself…
But, where I can find a good Spanish tutor?
There are several ways to find a good tutor but it’ll be up to you to decide if your choice is any good. Let me explain.
Finding a Spanish tutor is easy – there are hundreds of sites where you can find a long list of language tutors like Verbling, Vidalingua, Prely, and so on- however, the most complicated part is to find a GOOD one!
So, how can you be sure your Spanish tutor is really good?
I’m glad you asked that question because I’m going to give you some tips to find this out easily.
How to identify if my Spanish tutor is an amateur.
Don’t trust the years of experience a person writes on his profile, it’s easy to lie in this respect.
They can say for instance that they have given face to face classes before going online and that’s why their website or profile is very new.
In order to identify if your tutor has the right experience check these 3 elements during your first class:
- Has he started the class with a test to asses your level?
- Has he got a lot of materials ready at hand?
- Are these materials not only written documents but also other formats, like videos or audios?
These 3 elements are key to identify if the person has followed serious language teaching trainings and knows what he’s doing.
You are right, maybe it’s difficult to see all these 3 elements during the first class.
However, if she doesn’t assess your level during this first lesson you could say that’s already a bad sign…