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Ana – Spanish Teacher

Ana
Bilingual Bridges Teacher
Ávila, Spain

Bilingual Brides teaches Spanish (flag image)

Ana is originally from Spain. Since she was a little girl, Ana was determined to become a teacher and now holds a Bachelor’s degree in Infant Education & Primary School. Nearly 6 years ago, Ana realized that there was much more to see outside of Spain, and decided to move to England. During her time there, she worked as an au pair, studied English, and volunteered in local primary schools. These experiences eventually led Ana to begin teaching Spanish to secondary school students from a variety of different backgrounds. Currently, she is teaching in a language academy in Ávila, Spain.

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"If you respect a language and culture, it shows in your work."

A. R. RAHMAN

“Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.”

RITA MAE BROWN