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Degree: Modern Languages (Bachelors) - Durham University
Hi, my name's Nic and I'm a first year student at Durham University where I study French and Spanish. I started learning languages from a young age at school and I have always enjoyed the lessons. Now I want you to receive the same enjoyment from learning languages that I still get at university!
I have developped a reasonable standard of fluency in both languages and grammar is my favourite part of learning a language. However, I can help in many other areas, including oral work, essay writing, modern language applications or any other areas that you may find difficult.
I'm really passionate about languages and teaching and I hope you will take away a lot from tutorials with me. I look forward to meeting you!
|French||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Spanish||A Level||£20 /hr|
A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun, often to avoid repetition. If we are replacing the object of a sentence with a pronoun, we will be using either the direct object pronoun (DOP) or indirect object pronoun (IOP).
The DOP (me, te, le/la/l', nous, vous, les) replace the direct object, as the name suggests. In other words, they 'suffer' or 'undergoes' the action of the verb. For example, 'je mange le pain' will become 'je le mange' because the bread suffers from the effects of my eating.
The IOP (me, te, lui, nous, vous, leur) replace the indirect object of the sentence. Therefore, they 'receive' the action, which is intended to/for it. For example, It is usually the equivalent of à/pour + person/thing. For example, 'je parle à Pierre' becomes 'je lui parle'see more