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If your aim is to improve your English,
if you’re pressed for time,
if it is important to you,
then we should talk.

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Peter Gray, I am a qualified native English teacher and I have been teaching English to professionals here in Zaragoza for nearly twenty years. I am the only English teacher in this city who has written a best-selling book about phrasal verbs. That was because so many of my students over the years have told me how difficult they are. More about that later.

If you are a busy professional who needs flexibility with your time, yes, we should talk.

The first time we meet we will have a friendly conversation face to face to get to know each other. We will talk about the reasons you have for learning English, whether for a better job at work, or to get a diploma for your curriculum. Or maybe your dream is to travel to different places in the world. These days, English is the world’s second language. Everywhere you go, someone speaks a little. Just enough to get you to a bank or a beer or a bed.

Each person is individual, so every class is individual as well.

Then we will talk about your way of learning. Everyone learns a little differently, and it is much better (and much more fun) to learn the way you like. As I know from long experience, engineers and musicians don’t learn the same way, and neither do teachers nor people with their own business.

First, let’s talk about listening