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Claire Ducatti Machado
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  • Porto Alegre, RS
  • Brazil
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about me
Brazilian, I've been living in Los Angeles since 2005. I have a degree in English/Portuguese language and literature and a Master's degree in Applied Linguistics.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
I've been working as a restaurant manager and as a private Portuguese teacher since 2005, when I moved from Brazil to Los Angeles. I was a teacher in Brazil (Portuguese, English, Linguistics, Philosophy) and my ideal job here would be as a teacher or as a researcher in the linguistic area.
what languages do you speak?
English, Portuguese, Spanish
what countries have you lived in?
Brazil, England, United States.
what's your Hispanic connection?
As a restaurant manager, I have to communicate in Spanish with my employees, since most of them are from South America.
where did you learn about nshp.org?
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