Degree: Politics, International studies and German (Bachelors) - Warwick University
I am a second-year student at the University of Warwick studying Politics, International Studies and German. I have studied Maths, Further Maths and German (grades: A,B,A respectively) for my A Levels. I can speak three languages German, Italian and English and I am passionate about languages and maths. I took Italian and German for my GCSE exams and got an A* for both of them.
I am patient, friendly and understanding. I enjoy helping students with any problems or difficulties they might face during their studies, whether it is for their GCSE exams or their A Level exams. I have experience in tutoring year 8 and year 9 students but I am also looking forward to tutoring older and younger student as well.
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The perfect tense is used to express things that have happened in the past in general. It is the most commonly used past tense in German.
It is used to describe something that you have done, but maybe do often and are likely to do again, eg:
The subject + auxiliary verb + the past participle, eg:
ich habe gelernt – I studied
ich (SUBJECT) habe (AUXILIARY VERB) gelernt (PAST PARTICIPLE)see more
-First of all add these two equations together so that the ys get eliminated.
Since you have found the answer to x which is 3, substitute x into the equation 2x+y=7.
Therefore y=1 and x=3
Sometimes you will need to multiply one of the equations before you can add or subtract.see more
If you can replace the „when“ with „whenever“, it’s „wenn“.
If you can replace it with “at what time”, it’s “wann”.
If it’s in the PAST, and you cannot replace it with “whenever” or “at what time”, it’s probably “als”.
When I take a shower, I also wash my hair.
Wenn ich mich dusche, wasche ich mir auch die Haare.
In this case, wenn is used because you can replace the when with whenever.see more