Hi I'm Liz and I'm a first year vet student at the University of Bristol! I'm really excited to tutor you and people have always said I'd be a good teacher!
Anything you are stuck on please do say and I'll do my best to explain it in a way that you can understand; sometimes it just takes an analogy or different way of explaining to make it click for you! Please also tell me which syllabus you are doing as all exam boards have different requirements. :)
I also have a passion for languages and studied Spanish up to A-level; that would've been my second choice of degree and I think tutoring is a great way for me to keep it up now I'm not studying it full time.
I am currently tutoring Biology and Chemistry at GCSE level and once I've trialled with that I will start offering it at A-level once I'm more confident; I also offer Spanish at A-level and GCSE.
Need advice on applying to university in general or even for a Veterinary Science degree? Well you're in the right place! Vet science is arguably one of the most difficult courses to get onto so if you're worried about anything at all please feel free to ask me!
|Spanish||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Don't panic! Grammar can be tricky to get your head round and you're not alone. Start by making tables with common -ar, -er and -ir verbs and learn the basic rules. The irregulars will always be tricky, but it's good to grasp the common ones like 'ser' and 'ir' early. Investing in a grammar exercise book suitable for you exam board is also a good idea because it will cover everything required.
The more you use the trickier grammar in your writing, the easier it'll be, especially when you can see it context so you know when to use, for example, the imperfect tense.
Practice makes perfect!see more