Spanish Classes Available

Living in Panama, or any Spanish speaking country is so much easier and so much more fun when you know some Spanish! I thank my teacher every day for my ability to communicate, and for my ability to have Panamanian friends.

Summer vacation is over here. The kids are back in school, and Yaira goes back to university this week. We were talking about her schedule this morning, and she has enough time to fit in a couple more students. So, I figured I’d share this opportunity with you all in case any of you want to take classes. She teaches over Skype so it’s like being there. Private lessons are great because you can go at your own pace and concentrate on your own needs. She is Panamanian so you can also learn about life and customs in Panama. And, she’s just a really nice teacher, patient, kind, understanding, and very experienced.

Here website is here http://www.yairatutoria.com/

Contact Yaira while she still has some time open! It takes time to learn a language, but it’s so worth it and when you know your teacher is expecting you, you are much more likely to do your homework 😀

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About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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8 Responses to Spanish Classes Available

  1. jim and nena says:

    Another big plus: Panamanians have some GREAT jokes! Even puns involving English and Spanish.
    Si los gatos gatean por qué los patos no patean?

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  2. Ken Kimsey says:

    Yaira even gave me some pointers and corrections when we traded messages on WhatsApp right after our recent class on Skype. I hope she stays in education and keeps helping Gringos improve our Spanish. Thanks, Kris, for telling me (us) about Yaira. I always look forward to our Skype time.

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  3. ME BE in Panama says:

    Thanks for this, Kris. Here’s an app that’s a major help with verbs: Spanishdict It’s cheap and easily downloaded to a smart phone or any other platform, and it’s got tons of functionality. Give it a try.
    BE

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  4. That would be fun! I took French in junior high and high school… a lot of good that did me! I can only say, “Who cut the cheese?” which is not very helpful. LOL!

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    • Yeah, I studied a lot of French in school too and hardly remember any of it. Here though, living in a Spanish speaking country it is critical, at least for me. I would hate it if I couldn’t talk with my neighbors or couldn’t have these great Panamanian friends. Yaira worked very hard with me and I thank her every day for that!

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