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Yasmine A.

£30 /hr

Spanish and Management (Bachelors) - Kings, London University

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About me

Hi, my name is Yasmine! Whether you need help with English, Languages or your Personal Statement, I am available at your request to guide you through any problem areas in your studies. I understand how frustrating it can be to not receive enough support at school and to struggle through a subject, and feel passionate about private tutoring as another source of support and guidance. Having previously taught and tutored in schools, I understand what it takes to be a great tutor.

Hi, my name is Yasmine! Whether you need help with English, Languages or your Personal Statement, I am available at your request to guide you through any problem areas in your studies. I understand how frustrating it can be to not receive enough support at school and to struggle through a subject, and feel passionate about private tutoring as another source of support and guidance. Having previously taught and tutored in schools, I understand what it takes to be a great tutor.

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About my sessions

After the student has told me what they are struggling with I will explain the concept in simple, clear steps until it is well understood. Then we can consolidate this knowledge through examples, practice questions and practice papers until they feel completely confident and ready for the exam or assessment.


My personal statement sessions are tailored to meet each student's individual requirements. I was given offers by all the universities I applied to, including two unconditional offers, and have plenty of advice to help you make your personal statement unique and engaging.


For more information just send me a quick message or organise a Free Video Meeting to talk through your individual needs and start improving your results! 

After the student has told me what they are struggling with I will explain the concept in simple, clear steps until it is well understood. Then we can consolidate this knowledge through examples, practice questions and practice papers until they feel completely confident and ready for the exam or assessment.


My personal statement sessions are tailored to meet each student's individual requirements. I was given offers by all the universities I applied to, including two unconditional offers, and have plenty of advice to help you make your personal statement unique and engaging.


For more information just send me a quick message or organise a Free Video Meeting to talk through your individual needs and start improving your results! 

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Muthurajah Parent from Chigwell

18 Mar

Yasmine has been teaching English and Spanish to my daughter who will be taking GCSE her in a few months. My daughter enjoys her lessons very much due to the enthusiasm Yasmine puts into the work they do together. She ensures that my daughter understands everything she teaches. We are very pleased with her teaching.

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Katherine Student Lesson review 19 Jun '17, 20:30

19 Jun, 2017

Very helpful- useful essay tips and techniques and really clear approach to various grammatical areas or issues

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Karen Parent from Kilgetty Lesson review 5 Feb '17, 13:00

8 Feb, 2017

Thank you Yasmine - brilliant as always! Useful content and always tailored to my daughter's requirements.

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Henry Student Lesson review 25 Jan '17, 20:00

25 Jan, 2017

very helpful in telling me how to correct my mistakes

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
SpanishA-level (A2)A*
EnglishA-level (A2)A*
FrenchA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
SpanishA Level£30 /hr
EnglishGCSE£30 /hr
FrenchGCSE£30 /hr
SpanishGCSE£30 /hr
English13 Plus£30 /hr
French13 Plus£30 /hr
Spanish13 Plus£30 /hr
Personal StatementsMentoring£30 /hr

Questions Yasmine has answered

When should you use the subjunctive?

Many students can't get their heads around the subjunctive but it's much easier than it seems! A really handy way to remember when to use the subjunctive is by using the accronym 'WEIRDO':

Wishes: When someone expresses what they want someone or something to do something. E.g. Quiero que hagas tus deberes. Other wishing/wanting phrases that are followed by subjunctive are phrases like 'Espero que..' (I hope that) and 'Mandar que...' (to order that sb does something). All of these express a desire for somebody to do something and therefore, use the subjunctive.

Emotion: Whenever an emotion is expressed it is followed by the subjunctive. For example, 'me gusta que haya muchas tiendas en esta ciudad' or 'me enoja que ella nunca pueda ir de vacaciones conmigo'.

Impersonal expressions: Impersonal expressions are usually used to express and opinion or judgement. For example, 'Es extraño que no puedas comer esto.' Some other impersonal expressions that are followed by the subjunctive are 'Es necesario que...', 'Es bueno que...', 'Es malo que...'. However, remember that if the impersonal expression expresses certainty e.g. 'es cierto que' or 'es obvio que', then it is NOT followed by the subjunctive (More on this later).

Recommendations: When you recommend something to someone e.g. 'Recomiendo que no hagas mucho ejercicio durante las vacaciones'.

Doubt/Denial: When you express denial or you express negative thinking e.g. 'Niego que yo tenga que hacer esto.' Or 'No creo que haya un restaurante aquí'. Expressions that express certainty (as mentioned above) e.g. 'es claro que...' are NOT followed by the subjunctive.

Ojalá: This is just one phrase that is relatively common in Spanish. 'Ojalá que' means 'I really hope that...' or 'I hope to God that...' and it is followed by the subjunctive.

There are also a few other phrases that need the subjunctive e.g. 'para que' (so that) e.g. 'Para que tenga mucho dinero, necesito trabajar muy duro' and 'Cuando' (only when referring to the future e.g. 'Compraré un coche cuando sea mayor'.

Also notice that most verbs conjugated in the subjunctive are followed by 'que' as seen in most of the above examples. The subjunctive is not always followed by 'que' but it is another indication that you should be using the subjunctive.

Hope that helps and if any further explanation is needed, feel free to send me a message or book a meet the tutor session!

Many students can't get their heads around the subjunctive but it's much easier than it seems! A really handy way to remember when to use the subjunctive is by using the accronym 'WEIRDO':

Wishes: When someone expresses what they want someone or something to do something. E.g. Quiero que hagas tus deberes. Other wishing/wanting phrases that are followed by subjunctive are phrases like 'Espero que..' (I hope that) and 'Mandar que...' (to order that sb does something). All of these express a desire for somebody to do something and therefore, use the subjunctive.

Emotion: Whenever an emotion is expressed it is followed by the subjunctive. For example, 'me gusta que haya muchas tiendas en esta ciudad' or 'me enoja que ella nunca pueda ir de vacaciones conmigo'.

Impersonal expressions: Impersonal expressions are usually used to express and opinion or judgement. For example, 'Es extraño que no puedas comer esto.' Some other impersonal expressions that are followed by the subjunctive are 'Es necesario que...', 'Es bueno que...', 'Es malo que...'. However, remember that if the impersonal expression expresses certainty e.g. 'es cierto que' or 'es obvio que', then it is NOT followed by the subjunctive (More on this later).

Recommendations: When you recommend something to someone e.g. 'Recomiendo que no hagas mucho ejercicio durante las vacaciones'.

Doubt/Denial: When you express denial or you express negative thinking e.g. 'Niego que yo tenga que hacer esto.' Or 'No creo que haya un restaurante aquí'. Expressions that express certainty (as mentioned above) e.g. 'es claro que...' are NOT followed by the subjunctive.

Ojalá: This is just one phrase that is relatively common in Spanish. 'Ojalá que' means 'I really hope that...' or 'I hope to God that...' and it is followed by the subjunctive.

There are also a few other phrases that need the subjunctive e.g. 'para que' (so that) e.g. 'Para que tenga mucho dinero, necesito trabajar muy duro' and 'Cuando' (only when referring to the future e.g. 'Compraré un coche cuando sea mayor'.

Also notice that most verbs conjugated in the subjunctive are followed by 'que' as seen in most of the above examples. The subjunctive is not always followed by 'que' but it is another indication that you should be using the subjunctive.

Hope that helps and if any further explanation is needed, feel free to send me a message or book a meet the tutor session!

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