Bonjour, je m'appelle Guillermo Arnaudo et j'ai 62 ans et je suis un professeur professionnel de langue Espagnol en ligne. J'enseigne les langues en ligne avec Verbalplanet depuis octobre 2008.
Je parle couramment les langues suivantes: Espagnol, Anglais, Français.
J'offre actuellement une leçon d'essai à prix réduit à 80% sur le prix de ma leçon normale pour les nouveaux étudiants.
27 déc 2022
22 déc 2022
Another brilliant lesson.
20 déc 2022
A brilliant first lesson and I'm looking forward to the next session.
14 oct 2022
Great first lesson - Guillermo was enthusiastic and supportive as a teacher.
11 déc 2020
Always a great learning experience and fun.
03 déc 2020
Working with Guillermo has been a highlight of the past months. I have learned so much, not only increasing my vocabulary but he has opened my mind to new ways of thinking. I feel lucky to have chosen him.
Steadily amongst the top of students' choice. I thank all of them for their great talks, a little better every week.
Able to cover various topics because of a vast professional and personal experience, including traveling to many countries and living in England and France in the past.
Involved in environmental and community activities.
Bike rider for personal transportation.
A transhumant between Patagonia's nature and Buenos Aires' intensity.
Father of three awesome young women.
Grandfather of three cuties.
Qualifications et expérience
Certified school teacher and organizational psychologist.
Formerly a school teacher, an entrepreneur in tourism, bank organization manager, organizational consultant, and coach.
Native Spanish speaker. Fluent in English (Certificate of Proficiency - University of Cambridge) and French.
I think of my job as coaching a person in the process of becoming a Spanish speaker. And we become speakers as we start to speak, and we do that from the very first moment in my lessons.
We all started speaking wrong when we were toddlers--everyone's mother language, I mean. But that inaccurate speaking let us engage in conversation with others already speaking it, and so we could learn from those interactions. Now, learning a second language usually occurs in a different environment, but the basic process is the same--we need to speak. And to hear.
These days we have many resources to hear native Spanish speakers--online radios, videos, podcasts, movies, TV series, and so on. We may come across now and then--or maybe even daily--with native Spanish speakers and give it a try--starting with a simple "Buenos días" and evolving, over time, with no limit.
In class--which I nickname "the lab"-- we hold a real-life conversation about things you actually want to talk about, based on your life or interests. When necessary for your learning process, we put on hold our discussion to work on it. Then, we work on the understanding, the vocabulary, the grammar-- all the elements necessary to evolve from a "toddler" to a fluent and confident Spanish speaker.