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Degree: Biomedical Sciences (Bachelors) - York University
Hi, I'm Deanna and I'm a Biomedical Sciences student at the University of York. German and Biology were always my favourite subjects at school (which is why I want to spend a year of my degree working in Germany!), and I hope that by the end of our sessions, you'll love them just as much as I do!
I also have previous experience with tutoring, as I spent a year mentoring a child who struggled with reading, so I know how to create an engaging and informative session. I'm also a very patient person, and I'm very good at describing difficult concepts in easy to understand ways.
How would our sessions work?
If you chose me as a tutor, I would ask you to message me beforehand with the topic that you'd like me to teach you. This allows me to decide how I should explain it to you, and also to find/create exercises that will help you to understand it. We would then finish off the session with a past paper question or two (I'll need to know your exam board for this!).
Any other questions?
If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to message me, I' always reply as soon as possible!
|Biology||A Level||£20 /hr|
|German||A Level||£20 /hr|
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Take the sentence "I like Jane because she is clever" as an example. It could be written as "Ich mag Jane. Sie ist intelligent", but when you want to put weil (because) in the sentence, it becomes "ich mag Jane, weil sie intelligent ist".
Note how in the first example, "ist" came straight after "sie", but in the second example, "ist" came at the end of the sentence. This is because the word "weil" has forced it to the end.
This works the same for all other subordinating conjunctions!see more
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The water always moves across a semi-permeable membrane, such as the cell membrane! Semi-permeable simply means that it has little holes in it for the water to get through.see more