How do you say in Spanish "You're a great teacher."
I want to tell a friend of mine who is helping me learn spanish that I am learning only because she is such a great teacher.
Thanks for your help with this.
Since you say "a friend", I would use "¡Eres un maesto estupendo!" In academic settings, "maestro"/"professor"/"catedrático" all have specific meanings (job titles/rankings) but for casual conversation, I'd go with "maestro/a".
this is the most correct answer
jeje, just kidding
You already got your answers, welcome to the forum
Since your teacher is a lady, it should sound like 'Eres una profesora estupenda' or 'Eres una enseñadora excellente'. It's great you have such a friend
Eres un buen profesor
You are a good teacher
buen maestro ...
Welcome to the forum blodgett, why don't you try to translate it and then let us help you? It's a good way to practice and learn. Hint: You are (be verb)