I supervise or have supervised the following courses at Cambridge:
- Comparative Diachronic Romance Linguistics (CS1: The Romance Languages)
- Comparative Diachronic Ibero-Romance Linguistics (SP11: The Hispanic Languages)
- Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (SP1: Introduction to the Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the Spanish-speaking World)
- Introduction to Portuguese Linguistics (PG1: Introduction to the languages, literatures and cultures of Portuguese-speaking countries)
- Introduction to French Linguistics (FR1: Introduction to French literature, linguistics, film and thought)
- Introductory syntax (Li2: Structures and meanings)
- French Linguistics (FR2: Structures and Varieties of French)
- French Variationist and Diachronic Linguistics (FR13: The French Language: Variation and Change)
- Graduate and undergraduate dissertations (Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics)
- Undergraduate translation projects (Department of Spanish and Portuguese)
- Romanian language (as part of CS1: The Romance Languages)
I also teach Spanish-English translation at Part I (SPB2: Translation from Spanish).
I am always happy to discuss dissertation topics with prospective (graduate and undergraduate) supervisees, especially those studying Linguistics and/or Spanish, Portuguese or other Romance languages.
At Oxford, I teach Modern Spanish Linguistics (Paper V) for various colleges.
I previously worked as a teacher of modern foreign languages (French, English and Spanish) in the secondary and further education systems of Spain and the UK.