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go to link Occasionally, someone will question the fact that I’m not a native speaker myself. Born in the U.K. to English-speaking parents and with traces, albeit faint, of a Canadian accent in my Spanish, Canadian-Englishness is written all over my face. This, however, is an asset in that, having struggled with the shyness of learning Spanish, I understand where first-time Spanish students are coming from, empathize with any inhibitions they may have and consistently encourage them to work through those inhibitions. Aware of what worked well for me as a learner, I use those same methods as a teacher. I also incorporate the voices of native speakers as much as I can into the lessons to expose students to a variety of Spanish accents.