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Degree: Economics with Study in Continental Europe (Bachelors) - Bristol University
My name is Caitlin and I study Economics.
Having gained a 2:1 in my first year of University, I'm looking forward to my second year.
I am also fully CRB checked.
A*A*A at A Level (Maths, Economics, French)
A at AS Level (History)
10 A*s at GCSE
French Prefect in Sixth Form - tutored students to GCSE level in French at the MFL clinic. I was personally congratulated by the students teachers due to their progress.
University Archery Club Head Coach, with a Level 1 Coaching qualification. I have lots of experience coaching people of various ages, to a high standard.
Scout Leader - experience in leading fun and engaging activities or my scout group, also teaching them how to sail and sailing theory.
|Economics||A Level||£20 /hr|
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Although it may seem that the gender of French nouns is random and you have to memorise each, there is a simple way of using the word's ending to gauge it's gender.
-il, -ail, -eil, -ueil
-é (but not -té)
-eau and -ou
-i, -at, -et and -ot
Words ending in other consonants (in the spelling).
Unfortunately there are exemptions to this rule - the one to remember is words that describe male people.
-tion, -sion and -son
Consonant followed by -ie
-ine, -ise, -alle, -elle, -esse, -ette etcsee more
The accelerator effect is when an change in GDP results in a larger than proprtional change in investment.
This effect can be either positive or negative, hence why investment is often the most volatile component of GDP.
An example of this can be found in Greece - in the period of 2010-11 GDP per capita decreased by -7.7%, whereas investment fell by 20.9%.see more