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Adham S.

Degree: MPhil General Linguistics and Comparative Philology (Masters) - Oxford, St Anne's College University

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I am currently pursuing the MPhil in Linguistics and Philology at St Anne's, Oxford, having graduated in 2013 with a first in Linguistics and Georgian from SOAS, University of London. Language and languages have always been my keenest interest, whether as applied to theatre, creative writing, or foreign languages. My experience in teaching ranges from running poetry workshops and tutoring English to teaching drama in primary schools and to young adults at Blackheath Youth Theatre ( http://www.blackheathyouththeatre.com/tutors/#/adham-smart/ ).

*CLICHE ALERT* Everyone is different, and I will design my teaching around you and your needs. You might want me to explain in detail a particular topic or problem from top to bottom, or you might just need some questions answered quickly - whatever works for you works for me.

You'll find me easy to get on with and very patient, so please feel free to ask anything; *INCOMING CLICHE* there's no such thing as a stupid question.

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Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Spanish A Level £26 /hr
Arabic GCSE £24 /hr
English GCSE £24 /hr
English Language GCSE £24 /hr
English Literature GCSE £24 /hr
French GCSE £24 /hr
Japanese GCSE £24 /hr
Portuguese GCSE £24 /hr
Spanish GCSE £24 /hr
English 13 Plus £24 /hr
French 13 Plus £24 /hr
Spanish 13 Plus £24 /hr
English 11 Plus £24 /hr
-Personal Statements- Mentoring £26 /hr
.MLAT (Modern Languages) Uni Admissions Test £28 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
SpanishA-LevelA
ArabicA-LevelB
JapaneseA-LevelA
PsychologyA-LevelB
Linguistics and GeorgianBachelors DegreeFirst
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02/09/2014

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Ratings and reviews

5from 43 customer reviews

Kit (Student) September 6 2016

Really helpful, excellent knowledge of the GCSE course. Helped me get through some grammar I had found difficult before.

Emma (Student) May 31 2016

Perfect explaining of question 4 from the language paper really helped my understanding and ability to point out language features within the sources thankyou for the session

Stuart (Parent) May 15 2016

Adam, you have made a huge difference to my sons confidence. This has come through your diligence, patience and , most of all, your skill as an English tutor. It is wonderful to see him blossom, all in time for the Judgement Day which is GCSE English. THANK YOU!

Stuart (Parent) May 11 2016

Great Adham, thanks!!
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Questions Adham has answered

How do you form the '-te' form of verbs?

Take the '-masu' ending off the verb, leaving the stem (e.g. 'kaemasu --> kae-') and just add '-te'. The '-te' form is extremely useful: combine it with 'kudasai' to ask someone to do something, with 'imasu' to show ongoing action, with 'shimaimasu' for finishing actions, amongst other things....

Take the '-masu' ending off the verb, leaving the stem (e.g. 'kaemasu --> kae-') and just add '-te'. The '-te' form is extremely useful: combine it with 'kudasai' to ask someone to do something, with 'imasu' to show ongoing action, with 'shimaimasu' for finishing actions, amongst other things.

Verb with the syllables below in the root form the '-te' form slightly differently (the resulting '-te' forms are on the right). My teacher taught us to sing these to the tune of 'London Bridge is falling down' (ichiritte bimininde, bimininde, bimininde, ichiritte bimininde, kiite giide shishite) and it's stuck, so why not try it!

i, chi, ri - tte

bi, mi, ni - nde

ki - ite

gi - ide

shi - shite (this includes 'shimasu')

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