[Spain x Reader]
You weren't one to pay much attention in you Spanish class, since you either spent your time doodling or looking out the window at the occasional sight outside.
But you did catch it when your teacher announced your final Spanish exam that you would be having tomorrow.
When class ended, you literally ran to the library. Time to hurry up on some studying time. Slamming a Spanish textbook on one of the desks near the window, you hurriedly flipped to the first lesson and started reading.
By the end of the break...you could hopelessly say...you were going to fail the exam so bad.
Literally pulling your hair out in frustration, you went through a list of ideas that could help you out on your Spanish test...
Well there is Antonio...he has the best grades in that class...
Deciding it was all or nothing, you gathered up your courage and found him walking down the hallway.
When he turns around to look at you, he smiles and replied, "Hello chica~"
"Uh...yeah hi. So you know about the test tomorrow right? Well uh...I was kinda wondering if you were available after school so you could kinda...help me study or something?" you said, talking a bit slowly to make sure you didn't trip on your words too bad.
He grins and replies, "A study date?"
You would believe how fast your face heat up.
"N-No! Just wondering if you could tutor me and stuff..." then you regain your composure and shoot back coldly, "If your busy then whatever. I can always ask someone else."
Trying to make him jealous seemed to work, since he quickly replied, "Alright alright...when?"
You glowed happily and handed him a strip of paper. "This is my address. You can come over at around 3!"
Flashing you another one of his smiles, he nods before leaving with your paper strip in hand...
~Time Skip...because I know you want to get to the good part~
"Yeah hello to you too Antonio," you replied letting him in and leading him to your living room.
"Okay," you said, patting the Spanish textbook next to you, "I just need you to help me ace this test mi amigo."
He shifts the book away. "We won't be needing this."
Your eyes widened, your brain not comprehending. "W-Wha? We need the textbook obviously! It has all the terms and-"
"Trust me chica. I'll teach you my own way alright?" he asked.
Frowning slightly, you finally agreed and pouted, "Alright. This better work."
He explained to you what he was going to do. First, he would say a word or a phrase in Spanish while you translated it into English. Then he would say a word or phrase in English that you had to translate.
"Okay. Come at me."
Thinking for a while, he started with "cielo".
"Psh. Easy peasy. It's sky."
You continued the same thing, ranging from thing like "pájaro" to "helado".
"Alright. This time I'll be saying the English okay?" he finally asked.
After being silent for a while, he smiled and said, "I'm doing good."
You looked at him cluelessly.
"You know when someone asks you how are you doing? You have to reply right?"
You nodded hastily. "Y-Yes of course...I-I seem to have forgotten..." you replied embarrassedly.
Maybe it was just your imagination, but Antonio seemed to be getting a little closer.
"It's 'Te Amo Antonio' that means 'I'm doing good Antonio' in Spanish..." he smiled crookedly.
For some reason, you didn't trust him. Maybe it was the way he was looking at you. But he was the native here...you should listen to him right?
"I'm doing good Antonio," he started again, this time more eagerly awaiting your answer. For reasons unknown, you sputtered nervously, "T-Te Amo Antonio..."
You thought you saw him shudder slightly, and his eyes losing their shine and going dark for a moment, but when you looked he was back to normal with that Spaniard smile.
"Alright [Name]~ I think you've gotten the hang of it now!"
Scratching your cheek nervously you replied, "R-Really?"
~Time Skip...the long awaited test results~
"I'm going to be passing out the tests now."
You nervously played with your pencil, rolling in back and forth across the wooden desk. Your palms were sweating and you nervously wiped them against your jeans hoping that it would help. It didn't.
Before you knew it your Spanish teacher had finished passing out the tests. You looked around, everyone had a their test except you. Your desk was empty.
"Miss [LastName], would you please see me after class?" you teacher asked.
For the entire class period while you were working on your Spanish workbook, you wondered what went wrong. Was your grade so horrible that she wanted to talk to you about it? Did she want to kick you out of her class?
As soon as the bell rang to signal the end of class, one of the first people to leave was Antonio. You found that a bit weird, but decided to worry about it later. Right now, all that mattered was your test.
"You wanted to talk to me Ma'am?" you walked up to your teacher's desk nervously.
"Ah yes [Name]. You did very good on this test. You got everything correct..."
You let out a sigh of relief. Yes...!
"...except one. That is what my concern was."
You looked at her with confusion. Was something wrong with your answer...?
"I'm doing good in Spanish is not Te Amo...in fact, Te Amo actually means...well..." she struggled for the right words.
"...for?" you heard yourself ask.
"Te Amo means I love you in Spanish [Name]..."
Then it hit you.
That idiotic Spaniard.
"I was a bit worried about your answer..." she started.
"It's no problem Ma'am. I'll be sure to fix the problem..." you growled menacingly, dark waves literally surrounding your body.
She gulped noticeably and laughed nervously. "I see...well uh...have a good day!"
Then you headed off to murder a certain Spaniard that had fooled you into confessing to him.
There was going to be some bloodshed.