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Anonymous
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posted: 7/30/2020 at 8:36:07 AM ET
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Guys, hello! I want to start learning Spanish or Italian, but not with apps. I used a lot of them, and I don't want to pay a lot to get the premium version. I think it's better to hire a teacher for the same price. What are good and reliable sites, where I can hire a teacher?

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posted: 8/2/2020 at 3:59:28 PM ET
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Both languages are great to know, and with their help, you can work in international companies or something like that. Hiring a tutor is a good idea, but you have to do also something extra. Here is an online bilingual dictionary https://tr-ex.me/ , where you can translate useful phrases, and see where you can use them. I use it also because it's great that you can translate words or phrases, and see them in examples of sentences.


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