I am currently studying International Management and French at the University of Bath. When I'm not at University I live near Frankfurt Germany, however, I've been educated in England for the past 4 years (do not fret I don't have German accent...).
Growing up bilingually (German and Italian) and then learning French, Spanish and English did not only make me appreciate the beauty of languages but also understand the struggels of learning a foreign language. I'd love to teach you how to make learning a language more enjoyable and easy and hopefully get you the grade you want!
If you need tutoring in Psychology I can also be of help. Having completed A level Psychology with an A last year, I know exactly which areas can be tricky and would love to help you understand it better - whether it would be understanding Methods or learning Case Studies by heart.
What you can expect:
My tutorials will be focused on your area of need, whether that is specific areas or just following the syllabus of your course. When we initially meet I'll get an idea of which areas you struggel with and which exercises I can bring to the tutorials to help you. As we are quite early on in the academic year it is the perfect time to get a tutor to make sure right from the beginning that you are not falling behind in the subjects you struggel with.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you!
|German||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
Please get in touch for more detailed availability
Kim (Parent) May 5 2016
Kim (Parent) April 26 2016
Improving your voacb is vital to express more complex ideas. Watching german films, reading books or online newspapers such as: Die Welt or Frankfurter Allgemeine, can improve your vocabulary vastly.
Also many verbs in german are made up of simple facts put together - example: the word for slug is 'Nacktschnecke' which literally translate to Nakedsnail which essentially represents what a slug is in the simplest of terms.see more
French is a language of exceptionsr, however a simple way to remember these is by using an 'aide-memoire' with which you can easily remember every verb that takes être instead of avoir.