Daina A. A Level French tutor, A Level German tutor, GCSE Latin tutor...

Daina A.

£18 - £22 /hr

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Studying: Modern Languages (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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Hi, I'm Daina and I'm a second year undergraduate studying Modern Languages (French and German) at the University of Exeter. I'm really enthusiastic about languages and I will make sure that you can reach your potential, whether that be at GCSE or A-level! I'm really excited to help you on your journey with languages and to share my knowledge with you!

Languages are hard, but I will make sure to explain anything you don't understand in a clear and simple way. I'll also use fun examples to keep it interesting, and I'll use a variety of resources such as games, interactive exercises and powerpoints. I'll also be able to answer questions regarding reading, listening, speaking and essay writing skills in the target language.

I'm around during term time and also in the holidays, so feel free to ask a question anytime! I look forward to meeting with you!

Hi, I'm Daina and I'm a second year undergraduate studying Modern Languages (French and German) at the University of Exeter. I'm really enthusiastic about languages and I will make sure that you can reach your potential, whether that be at GCSE or A-level! I'm really excited to help you on your journey with languages and to share my knowledge with you!

Languages are hard, but I will make sure to explain anything you don't understand in a clear and simple way. I'll also use fun examples to keep it interesting, and I'll use a variety of resources such as games, interactive exercises and powerpoints. I'll also be able to answer questions regarding reading, listening, speaking and essay writing skills in the target language.

I'm around during term time and also in the holidays, so feel free to ask a question anytime! I look forward to meeting with you!

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5from 2 customer reviews
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Kim (Parent)

April 22 2016

My first session Daina went well. She gave clear examples and broke down difficult information so that it was easy to understand. Thanks!

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Sasha (Student)

February 16 2016

Helped with the pronunciation of words so that they can recognised in the listening exam.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
FrenchA-level (A2)A
GermanA-level (A2)A
LatinA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
FrenchA Level£20 /hr
GermanA Level£20 /hr
FrenchGCSE£18 /hr
GermanGCSE£18 /hr
LatinGCSE£18 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£22 /hr

Questions Daina has answered

How do you form the conditional tense?

To form the conditional tense in German, you need two parts: the auxiliary verb werden in the conditional and the infinitive. For example "Wenn ich Geld hätte, würde ich einkaufen gehen".

Note: don't get confused between "wurde" and "würde", the first is in the imperfect tense and the second in the conditional!

To form the conditional tense in German, you need two parts: the auxiliary verb werden in the conditional and the infinitive. For example "Wenn ich Geld hätte, würde ich einkaufen gehen".

Note: don't get confused between "wurde" and "würde", the first is in the imperfect tense and the second in the conditional!

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How do you form the imperfect tense?

To form the imperfect tense for regular verbs in French, all you have to do is take the "nous" form of the verb, take off the -ons ending and add the following endings according to the person: -ais, -ais, -ait, -ions,-iez, -aient.

To form the imperfect tense for regular verbs in French, all you have to do is take the "nous" form of the verb, take off the -ons ending and add the following endings according to the person: -ais, -ais, -ait, -ions,-iez, -aient.

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2 years ago

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