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Lo La Le, show the way

From: Keith K.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 4:27 PM

I recently purchased “Spanish Pronouns and Prepositions,” Second Edition, by Dorothy Richmond, and I intend to spend the month of September focusing on Spanish pronouns (particularly direct, indirect, and reflexive pronouns). Dorothy’s book contains many helpful exercises designed to help you master Spanish.

So, if you don’t have anything better to do, I invite you to join me in this effort.  Oh what the heck, let’s just designate the month of September Lo La Le Month.

Actually, there are more pronouns than those … and here are the ones I’d like to master:



lo, la, le, se


los, las, les, se 

These pronouns confuse us gringos, but we can master them through practice.  And if we master them, we will sound more fluent in our speech.  So if you are so inclined, join me during September to focus on learning how to use these pronouns, and then in October perhaps we can meet a few times to practice specifically on using these pronouns in conversation. 

Finally, though it might seem APPALLING to talk about English while we are on the subject of Spanish, I might mention that I am seeking Latinos to tutor in English.  I earned my TEFL certificate (Teaching English as a Foreign Language), and I hope that it will get me in the doors of Spanish speaking countries where I can teach English while also learning to become fluent in Spanish.  So … if you know anyone who needs an English tutor, feel free to give them my contact information and send them my way.  Here are my fees:

  • $15 per hour for one-one-one instruction
  • $10 per hour, per student, for a group of 2 people
  • $8 per hour, per student, for a group of 3 people
  • $7 per hour, per student, for a group of 4 people


Thank you, and keep on living joyfully!


Keith Kreuz

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