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Degree: Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Bachelors) - Oxford, Merton College University
I currently study Politics, Philosophy and Economics and Oxford University. I love my subjects and hope I can show you why in my tutorials! I studied Maths, Further Maths, French and Economics at A level, and continue to maintain my french through classes at university.
I have plenty of experience with helping both my peers and younger students at school with their work, for example, preparing GCSE students for French oral exams and advising year 12 pupils on their UCAS applications.
These will be a mix of your problems and questions, for example, about class work that you haven't fully understood or need to revise, and also my ensuring there are no gaps in your knowledge. Likewise my teaching method will be adapted to suit what you wish to learn.
I'm a chatty, friendly person so I'll do my best to keep sessions light and fun!
Applying to University?
I can give advice on the process, in particular the Oxford sytem of which I've had first hand experience. I can also advise on personal statements and the TSA Oxford entrance exam.
I look forward to meeting you. Send me a 'webmail' or book a free 'Meet the Tutor' session so we can discuss how I can help!
|Economics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|French||A Level||£20 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|.TSA. Oxford.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
|TSA (oxford)||Uni Admissions Test||70.9|
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The subjunctive is a mood used to express statements which are uncertain, for example, expressing emotion, possibility, necessity or desire.
To form the subjunctive for regular verbs (and some irregular ones), take the 3rd person plural 'they' form of the present tense, remove the '-ent' and add the following endings:
I, Je -e
You, Tu -es
He/she/it/one, Il/Elle/On -e
We, Nous -ions
You (PL), Vous -iez
They, Ils/Elles -ent
For example, the verb 'to speak,' parler, is conjugated by taking 'ils parlent', the 'they' form of the present tense, removing the '-ent' leaving 'parl-' and adding the endings:
Je parle, Tu parles, Il parle, Nous parlions, Vous Parliez, Ils parlent
Note that the I, you, he/she, and they forms have the same subjunctive conjugation of 'parler' as the present tense conjugation.see more