A video of a Spanish teacher learning Spanish with a little help from her pupils
Spanish video teacher Eliana González has taken a Spanish class and learned more than 500 words from students who didn’t speak English at home, according to her YouTube page.
The teacher in her videos from her home country of Spain is also a Spanish-speaking actor.
She told the BBC that the lesson plan has helped her students understand the meaning of “salsa” in Spanish.
“The teachers in my videos are the most interesting, because they have never been taught to do that before.
They have never experienced Spanish before.
So they are very excited to be able to learn a language and then to practice it in their own homes.
It is a lot of fun for them because it’s something they know,” she told the broadcaster.
She said the video lessons have helped her teach Spanish to other students, and she wants to keep doing them.
“This is one of the things that we want to keep happening.
I have to keep teaching Spanish because it is the most important language for our kids,” she said.”
I have always wanted to do something like this because it helps me because I have an understanding of Spanish and the history of Spanish.
I’m not just a Spanish speaker, I’m also an actor.
I think it’s really good for my kids, and it’s also for me.”
We are talking to the teacher, but she is teaching us everything that we need to know in Spanish,” she added.
Ms Gonzáez has been teaching Spanish in her home since 2015.”
My family is from Spain, so I’ve always had a good relationship with them.
I am very passionate about the Spanish language,” she continued.”
It’s my job to be an ambassador for the Spanish culture, the language and the culture.
“She told El Mundo newspaper that she started learning Spanish while working as a translator for the local film industry.”
If I am doing a project, I have a certain responsibility.
I try to make the project as authentic as possible,” she explained.
Ms Gonzalez also told El Universal newspaper that her videos have helped a number of Spanish children.”
Some of the children I teach are very close to their parents, and they love them for it,” she revealed.”
They don’t want to talk about their parents or anything because they don’t understand.
“The BBC’s Laura Haddock reports.