Gillian C. GCSE Classical Greek tutor, A Level Classical Greek tutor,...

Gillian C.

Currently unavailable: until 06/06/2016

Degree: Classics (Bachelors) - Durham University

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About me

About Me:

Hello! I'm a second year student at Durham University, studying Classics. I currently study Latin and Ancient Greek, literature and language, so I would be able to tutor for GCSE and A Level students in both languages. I love what I'm studying, and hopefully that will help you to love it too.

 I'm enthusiastic and friendly, and I love teaching. I've had some teaching experience before, and I'm also qualified as a TEFL teacher (Teaching English as a Foreign Language).

Teaching Sessions

The sessions will be based around what you want to cover and the parts of your course which you find difficult. I can help with grammar and language issues especially, and can try to give you different ways of looking at concepts that are hard to understand. 

Questions?

If you'd like to get in touch, please send me a message or book a session to meet me! Make sure you let me know what you would like to cover or what you find difficult.

Looking forward to meeting you!

Gillian

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Classical Greek A Level £20 /hr
Latin A Level £20 /hr
Classical Greek GCSE £18 /hr
Latin GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationLevelGrade
FrenchA-levelA2A
LatinA-levelA2A
Ancient GreekA-levelA2A
English LiteratureA-levelA2A
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

No

General Availability

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06/06/2016

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Questions Gillian has answered

What is the difference between the aorist tense and the perfect tense?

The aorist tense in Greek represents a single and complete action in the past. The perfect tense represents a past action which still affects the present - the aorist has no affect on the present.  For example, if you say in English "I went to the agora," this would be aorist - it's not impli...

The aorist tense in Greek represents a single and complete action in the past. The perfect tense represents a past action which still affects the present - the aorist has no affect on the present. 

For example, if you say in English "I went to the agora," this would be aorist - it's not implied whether you are still at the agora or not. But if you say "I have gone to the agora," this is the perfect, and it is implied that you are still at the agora.

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