Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: BSc Archaeology and Forensic Science (Bachelors) - Exeter University
I am a student at the University of Exeter pursuing a BSc in Archaeology and Forensic Science. I was born and raised in Germany, which makes German my mother tongue, but over the years I have lived in many different countries across Europe, including Portugal. Thanks to this (and half my family being from Brazil) I am now able to speak Portuguese fluently.
After graduating from IB I started working as a substitute teacher and personal tutor in Germand, Maths, and English. I have a lot of experience being a tutor, and I thoroughly enjoy teaching and watching my students progress. Over the years I have learned many foreign languages and picked up a few tips and tricks that can help you make the most of it.
What you can expect:
Before we start tutorials I will need to know more about the level that you are at in your subject. Once I have a better idea of that, I can start drafting a lesson plan to make sure we cover all the topics you need.
Whether you want to practice pronounciation, conversation, vocabulary, grammar, or text analysis never hesitate to let me know and I can be there to help you every step along the way.
Having the ability to speak many different languages has granted me many opportunities that I might otherwise have missed out on, and it is a skill you will never regret learning because it will make you stick out from the crowd.
If you are interested in becoming my tutee send me a message or book a session to meet the tutor (me). I look forward to hearing from you!
|German||A Level||£22 /hr|
|Portuguese||A Level||£22 /hr|
|Visual Arts SL||Baccalaureate||6|
|French B HL||Baccalaureate||5|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
Please get in touch for more detailed availability
Undine (Parent) June 4 2016
Undine (Parent) May 7 2016
Undine (Parent) April 23 2016
Mark (my partner), Amelia (7) and Joshua (4) (Student) June 11 2016
Prepositions that trigger the dative case in German are mit, nach, seit, von, zu, aus, außer, and gegenüber.
The portuguese verbs 'ser' and 'estar' both translate into the english verb 'to be'. However, the two are not interchangeable.
'Ser' is used in situation where you want to describe a permanent state, often something related to identity.
'Estar' on the otherhand describes a current state, or the way someone/something exists in that moment.
They are conjugated as follows:
Ser - eu sou, tu és, ela/ele/você é, nós somos, vós sois, elas/eles/vocês são
Estar - eu estou, tu estás, ela/ele/você está, nós estamos, vós estais, elas/eles/vocês estãosee more