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Degree: International Relations and Spanish with Portuguese (Bachelors) - Exeter University
Who am I?
Hello, my name is Will. I am a fourth year International Relations and Spanish with Portuguese student at the University of Exeter. I have 10 years of experience with Spanish and I am keen to share my wisdom on My Tutor Web! I am very patient, friendly and keen to create innovative and interactive lessons! Lets get away from all those boring classroom excercises and Immerse you in Spanish!
I spent a year living in Argentina, working at an International Film Festival for Human Rights, where I gained fluency in my Spanish!
I have built with my team, a language learning platform from scratch which is being used in various schools across the country!
I am a certified PAL (Peer Assisted Learning) teacher and I taught in Argentina.
I have a GCSE and A-Level in Spanish (both grade A)
I am fully qualified to teach Spanish and I am looking forward to the chance to do so!
As with all my sessions I find out firstly what you have been struggling on and why. The why is very important as a lot of the time it is often a confidence issue! We will then go through anything you are struggling with in detail and within an interesting context.
I believe context is the most important part. If you cannot relate to the issue at hand you will not connect with nor understand it!
I want to make these sessions as interactive as possible - we will be reading and watching authentic interesting content that will put your Spanish learning into a wider context, and you will begin to understand the importance of learning the language!
If you have any questions please send me a 'WebMail' or book a "Meet the Tutor Session"! Both are available through the website!
I look forward to meeting you!
|Spanish||A Level||£22 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Hello. Don't worry, everyone struggles with the subjunctive, it is an area I have spent a lot of time worrying about myself!
The subjunctive is merely a mood. It reflects how the speaker is feeling. It usually comes after phrases such as "Dudo que" "Es importante que" "Quiero que" - all of which express a feeling.
I want Will to go to Peru
Quiero que Will vaya a Peru
Whereas if I had just said - Will is going to Peru there would be no subjunctive as I am just stating a fact.
I would then put this in a context through an article or video online to see whether the student can pick these up within a certain context.
We would then speak for a bit trying to use as many subjunctives as possible.see more