Anjali V. GCSE Spanish tutor

Anjali V.

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Degree: History (Bachelors) - Cambridge University

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Hi! My name is Anjali, I'm due to start studying History at the University of Cambridge in October of this year. I've been studying Spanish for 5 years now but spending a few weeks a couple of years ago in Nerja, Spain, at a language school, really made me fall in love with the subject. 

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What I found most frustrating in school was not having a teacher who was willing to explain something to me a few times over if I didn't understand it. This is, of course, understandable, as teachers have a whole room of students to educate. However, in my sessions, I'll make sure that anything I teach, including the most complex areas of GCSE Spanish, is understood completely by my student. I'll use the syllabus provided by the exam board to make sure I cover every area that is necessary, and I can also provide a brief insight into A level Spanish just to try and give the pupil a slightly more advanced perspective on the subject which, hopefully, will gain them a few extra marks. 

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You can contact me over this service through 'webmail' or you can book a 'Meet the Tutor Session' to get in touch with me. I hope to see you soon!

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Spanish GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
HistoryA-Levela*
SpanishA-Levela
Politics A-LevelA
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Questions Anjali has answered

How do you conjugate regular verbs in the present tense?

ER, IR and AR are the three different endings of Spanish verbs. IR and ER verbs are conjugated in a similar way, and AR verbs in a different way in the present tense.  With all regular verbs you knock off the last two letters - so e.g COMER would become COM With ER verbs, You would then add ...

ER, IR and AR are the three different endings of Spanish verbs. IR and ER verbs are conjugated in a similar way, and AR verbs in a different way in the present tense. 

With all regular verbs you knock off the last two letters - so e.g COMER would become COM

With ER verbs, You would then add the ER endings - o, es , e, emos, éis, en

COMER (to eat) would therefore become - 

yo come - I eat

tu comes -  you eat 

El/ella come -he/she eats

nosotros comemos - we eat

Vosotros coméis - you (plural) eat

Ellos/ellas comen - they eat

a sentence - comen mucha fruta - they eat a lot of fruit 

With IR verbs - VIVIR for example the endings would be - o, es, e, imos, ís, en 

yo vivo - i live

tu vives - you live

el/Ella vive  - he/she lives

nosotros vivimos - we live

vosotros vivís - you (plural) live

ellos/Ellas viven - they live 

a sentence - vivo en Inglaterra - I live in England

AR verbs take the endings - o, as, a, amos, áis, an

With HABLAR (to speak) for example it would become 

yo hablo - I speak

tu hablas - you speak 

El/Ella habla - he/she speaks

nosotros hablamos - we speak

vosotros habláis  - you (plural) speak

ellos/ellas hablan - they speak 

Sentence - hablamos mucho por.el Facebook

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