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Degree: French and German (Bachelors) - Kings, London University
I am a second year student in French and German at King's College London. I have always been passionate by literature and humanities in general. As I am French and an international student, I mostly consider myself as European. This is the reason I think languages are so interesting. I am convinced they are a key to our world: an access to new ideas and perceptions.
I love tutoring as my own passion comes from the admiration I had for my teacher's dedication.
My wish is to help you convert difficulties into enjoyment. I want to prove to you that what you find boring and difficult is actually fun and easy.
Feeling unconfident is something common to student who went through french preparatory class as I did. This is exactly the reason why I can show you how to overcome difficulties easily.
I am looking forward meeting you !
|French||A Level||£20 /hr|
|German||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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You never know what mood o use after "que" in french? Well, feel better because even some french people don't.
The rules are simple you just need to learn them.
Verbs that need subjunctive are those that express:
-A will; a prefrence
> To order; ordonner que / to demand; exiger que / to fear; craindre que/ demander que/ il est préférable que ...
I prefer to keep the door closed > Je préfère que la porte soit fermée.
-A refusal, an acceptance
> To forbid to; interdire que/ prevent from; empecher que/ to accept; accepter que
You may not eat all the sweets: Il est interdit que vous mangiez tous les bonbons
To like that; aimer que/ to hate that; détester que/ to be happy that; être heureux que/ to think, to find; Trouver normal, injuste.. que
I am happy you are here: je suis heureux que vous soyez là
Verbs that need indicative are those that express:
-Declaration verbs, belief, an oppinion
> to say that; dire que / to think that; penser que/ to believe that; croire que
I believe I love him: Je crois que je l'aime
> to seem, to think; sembler que
I think we've met before: Je pense qu'on s'est déjà vu
It seems to me it's up to us: Je pense que c'est à nous de décider
If they express a negative belief you will use the subjunctive as it expresses something that is impossible in reality.
I don't think they arrived yet : Je ne pense pas qu'ils soient arrivés
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