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Degree: Languages and Contemporary European Studies (Bachelors) - Southampton University
Hi there, I'm George, a Masters student in International Security at the University of Sussex and recent First-class Honours graduate of French, German and European Studies from the University of Southampton. I want to share my passion for language learning and politics and can help you succeed!
French and German
What experience do I have as a linguist? I studied for a year at a university in Germany and as well as in Southampton, I have studied French and German in the cities of Montpellier, Freiburg and Berlin.
I have an academic year of experience on MyTutor with a five star rating. I'm a friendly and approachable person and I think I could really help you get the most out of studying a language, which I know from my own experience can be challenging but also very rewarding.
As a postgraduate social scientist (MA International Security), I also tutor Politics A-Level. I took Politics A-Level at college (A), studied politics as part of my undergraduate degree, and have a political focus in my Masters degree. I am particularly interested in helping students with their exam techniques and essay writing skills.
Having achieved a first in my degree and undergraduate dissertation, an A in my extended project and an A in my dissertation proposal, I can also help with extended projects and personal statements.
Let's tailor the classes to your particular needs, to make the fastest possible progress.
I look forward to hearing from you!
|French||A Level||£24 /hr|
|German||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Politics||A Level||£24 /hr|
|French||13 Plus||£22 /hr|
|German||13 Plus||£22 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£24 /hr|
|BA Languages and Contemporary European Studies||Bachelors Degree||First-class honours|
|MA International Security||Masters Degree||-|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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In German some verbs are separable. This means that they are formed of two parts which can be separated. Some examples are:
ankommen (to arrive), ausgehen (to go out), einladen (to invite), abwaschen (to wash up)
(the separable part of the verb is in bold)
To form a sentence in the present tense, the first part of the separable verb (its 'particle') goes to the end of sentence. Here are some examples:
Ich wasche jeden Tag ab. (I wash up every day)
Wann gehst du aus? (When are you going out?)
Der Zug kommt in fünf Minuten an. (The train arrives in five minutes)
Note how the second part of the verb is conjugated as normal and the first part (particle) goes to the very end of the sentence.see more