Serena C. GCSE Spanish tutor, GCSE Italian tutor, GCSE Latin tutor

Serena C.

£18 /hr

Currently unavailable: for regular students

Studying: Ecological and Environmental Sciences (Bachelors) - Edinburgh University

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About me

I love languages and I believe they are so important in spreading our wings as students in a world of opportunities! I will prepare you for Latin, Spanish and Italian GCSE exams and show you this preparation will not be as bad as you think. I am a fluent speaker in both Spanish and Italian and it would be really interesting to hear your prep for the speaking to help you feel more confident so your communication is ace! 

I love languages and I believe they are so important in spreading our wings as students in a world of opportunities! I will prepare you for Latin, Spanish and Italian GCSE exams and show you this preparation will not be as bad as you think. I am a fluent speaker in both Spanish and Italian and it would be really interesting to hear your prep for the speaking to help you feel more confident so your communication is ace! 

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
GeographyA-level (A2)A
LatinA-level (A2)A
SpanishA-level (A2)A
ItalianA-level (A2)A
BiologyA-level (A2)B
MathsA-level (A2)B

General Availability

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
ItalianGCSE£18 /hr
LatinGCSE£18 /hr
SpanishGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Serena has answered

How can I confidently pass my Italian speaking test?

Ciao! Mi chiamo Serena e ti aiuterò a prepararti per l’esame in Italiano.

Speaking is not just about what you can say in the classroom or memorising every word for your speaking. It is about making you feel more comfortable with talking to Italian-speakers.

I will be able to help you with your communication in Italian by familiarising you conversation so that by the time of the exam you feel more confident, at the same time you will improve your interaction and fluency!

Ciao! Mi chiamo Serena e ti aiuterò a prepararti per l’esame in Italiano.

Speaking is not just about what you can say in the classroom or memorising every word for your speaking. It is about making you feel more comfortable with talking to Italian-speakers.

I will be able to help you with your communication in Italian by familiarising you conversation so that by the time of the exam you feel more confident, at the same time you will improve your interaction and fluency!

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2 years ago

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How can I confidently pass my Spanish speaking test?

Hola! Me llamo Serena y voy a ayudarte con el examen de Español.

Speaking is not just about what you can say in the classroom or memorising every word for your speaking. It is about making you feel more comfortable with talking to Spanish-speakers.

I will be able to help you with your communication in Spanish by familiarising you conversation so that by the time of the exam you feel more confident, at the same time you will improve your interaction and fluency!

Hola! Me llamo Serena y voy a ayudarte con el examen de Español.

Speaking is not just about what you can say in the classroom or memorising every word for your speaking. It is about making you feel more comfortable with talking to Spanish-speakers.

I will be able to help you with your communication in Spanish by familiarising you conversation so that by the time of the exam you feel more confident, at the same time you will improve your interaction and fluency!

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2 years ago

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How do you translate the pluperfect tense?

A verb in the pluperfect can be either active or passive.

When a verb is in the active form it is translated as 'I had x-ed' in the first person.

x here refers to the verb used.

Example: portaveram = I had carried

When a verb is in the passive form, the first person is translated as 'I had been x-ed'.

Example: portatus eram = I had been carried

A verb in the pluperfect can be either active or passive.

When a verb is in the active form it is translated as 'I had x-ed' in the first person.

x here refers to the verb used.

Example: portaveram = I had carried

When a verb is in the passive form, the first person is translated as 'I had been x-ed'.

Example: portatus eram = I had been carried

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