Clementina B. Mentoring Italian tutor, GCSE Italian tutor, 13 plus  I...

Clementina B.

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Studying: Accounting and Finance (Bachelors) - Warwick University

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About me
I am a second year Accounting and Finance student at University of Warwick. I attended the Swiss School of Rome since kindergarten until the end of high school, learning every subject in German and French. 


My Approach
According to your preferences, I can either teach languages from the start following a book or a program, or I can simply help you with your homeworks and existing studies of the language. 
My approach is friendly and interactive and thanks to my previous experience, I know how to adapt it to different kinds of tutees. I am good with children as well as with older students as I previously tutored both very young pupils, and students of my age. I also have some experience in baby sitting, which taught me how to approach very young children. 

 

About me
I am a second year Accounting and Finance student at University of Warwick. I attended the Swiss School of Rome since kindergarten until the end of high school, learning every subject in German and French. 


My Approach
According to your preferences, I can either teach languages from the start following a book or a program, or I can simply help you with your homeworks and existing studies of the language. 
My approach is friendly and interactive and thanks to my previous experience, I know how to adapt it to different kinds of tutees. I am good with children as well as with older students as I previously tutored both very young pupils, and students of my age. I also have some experience in baby sitting, which taught me how to approach very young children. 

 

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Swiss Federal Maturity CertificateInternational Baccalaureate (IB)5.3

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
FrenchGCSE£18 /hr
GermanGCSE£18 /hr
ItalianGCSE£18 /hr
French13 Plus£18 /hr
German13 Plus£18 /hr

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How do you distinguish masculine from feminine in Italian?

Usually, in Italian masculine nouns end with an "o" whereas feminine nouns end with an "a".
For instance, a masculin noun would be "tavolo", which means table, and a feminine noun would be "finestra", which means window. 

Usually, in Italian masculine nouns end with an "o" whereas feminine nouns end with an "a".
For instance, a masculin noun would be "tavolo", which means table, and a feminine noun would be "finestra", which means window. 

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