Currently unavailable: until 02/09/2016
Degree: Medicine (Bachelors) - Newcastle University
Hello! My name is Nicolò but most people call me Nick. I am studying Medicine at Newcastle University and I love it here. I am 100% Italian as I lived in Italy until the age of 18. I am friendly and approachable and I would love to help other students learn or become more fluent in Italian!
I also run medical school preparation sessions, in which I give advice on how to prepare for the Medical School interview and Medical School in general once you have your place secured.
The topic of the tutorials will be guided in advance by you - I don't want to waste your time and money teaching you what you already know! If you want to practice your conversation skills or if you want help with your coursework or anything else, just let me know!
Feel free to get in touch with me via the MyTutorWeb website to schedule a session. Please include what you wish to address in the tutorial(s).
I look forward to hearing from you!
|Italian||A Level||£20 /hr|
|-Medical School Preparation-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|High School Diploma||A-Level||96/100|
In the English language we always use I, you, etc before each verb to indicate who is doing a particular action. When speaking Italian, it's not always necessary to use a pronoun.
"I eat apples every day"
You can say:
"Io mangio mele ogni giorno"
but you can also say
"Mangio mele ogni giorno"
Because the verb "to eat" is conjugated as "mangio", it is implied that it is me who eats apples.
Nonetheless, in some occasions, it is better to use:
"Io mangio mele ogni giorno" when you are comparing and contrasting your action to someone else's or you want to emphasise that actionsee more