I am an Economics student at Warwick University. I am passionate about Economics but I also love Maths and Spanish, and so I am thrilled to be able to take Maths and Spanish modules within my Economics degree course.
I have experience with tutoring as I worked at Kumon for the past two years and therefore I am able to explain concepts in a clear, concise and fun way. Through working at Kumon I have tutored people who learn in a range of different ways and so I can easily adapt to teaching different people, whatever their learning style!
I am very enthusiastic, patient and friendly. Within the sessions, I will aim to explain any concepts that you are struggling with in a way that best suits you. I am happy to adapt my teaching style to the way in which you learn best. I hope that these sessions will not only be informative and useful but also fun and enable you to develop a passion for the subject, through better understanding of the key concepts.
I look forward to meeting you!
|Economics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Leah (Student) December 2 2016
You can remember when to use the subjunctive using the acroynm WEIRDO:
Wishes, hopes and desires e.g. quiero que, espero que, deseo que
Emotion e.g. me gusta que, me soprende que, tengo miedo de que
Impersonal expressions e.g. es necesario que, es importante que, es bueno que
Requests/recommendations e.g. prohibo que, aconsejo que, permito que
Doubt/denial e.g. dudo que, no creo que, es posible que
Ojala (the word ojala - I hope, I wish - is used like a verb in the present subjunctive to express wishes and hopes)see more