Emily B. A Level German tutor, A Level French tutor, GCSE French tuto...

Emily B.

£18 - £20 /hr

Studying: French and German (Bachelors) - Leeds University

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About me

I am a graduate of French and German at the University of Leeds. I graduated with a First Class Honours degree. I am very enthusiastic about languages and also speak Spanish (although Im rusty now!) I studied all 3 languages at A Level through WJEC. One of the things I enjoy about languages is being able to pass on my knowledge of both the language and culture to others. I have previous experience of working as a French and German tutor in the Leeds area and have taught both English and German abroad, in France and in Germany. I aim to meet tutees' individual needs, whether it be improving their grammar, speaking skills or reading, writing and listening skills. Having spent a significant amount of time in the countries,  I am also able to offer my insightful experiences of the culture and traditions of the countries, something which I feel is also vital when it comes to truly understanding a language. 

I am a graduate of French and German at the University of Leeds. I graduated with a First Class Honours degree. I am very enthusiastic about languages and also speak Spanish (although Im rusty now!) I studied all 3 languages at A Level through WJEC. One of the things I enjoy about languages is being able to pass on my knowledge of both the language and culture to others. I have previous experience of working as a French and German tutor in the Leeds area and have taught both English and German abroad, in France and in Germany. I aim to meet tutees' individual needs, whether it be improving their grammar, speaking skills or reading, writing and listening skills. Having spent a significant amount of time in the countries,  I am also able to offer my insightful experiences of the culture and traditions of the countries, something which I feel is also vital when it comes to truly understanding a language. 

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About my sessions

Classes will be structured based on individual needs, be that one hour of speaking practice, going through grammar exercises and correcting them, preparing assessments and so forth. Looking forward to individual discussions to make lesson plans :)!

Classes will be structured based on individual needs, be that one hour of speaking practice, going through grammar exercises and correcting them, preparing assessments and so forth. Looking forward to individual discussions to make lesson plans :)!

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
GermanA-level (A2)A
FrenchA-level (A2)A
SpanishA-level (A2)A
English LiteratureA-level (A2)A

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Before 12pm12pm - 5pmAfter 5pm
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tuesdays
wednesdays
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saturdays
sundays

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
FrenchA Level£20 /hr
GermanA Level£20 /hr
FrenchGCSE£18 /hr
GermanGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Emily has answered

What is the genetive case?

The genetive is the case of possession so it is used instead of the word 'von' with objects that are being possessed by a subject. (such as "My mum's flowers": flowers are the object being possessed my the mum -who is the subject of this phrase) For example:  The lady's bag: instead of die Tasche von der Frau  die Tashe der Frau ( as die becomes der in the genetive and translates to of the)  My brothers bag: instead of die Tasche von meinem Bruder die Tasche meines Bruders (der becomes des, einer becomes eines in genetive) So it is important to learn by heart the endings for the different cases! This comes with practice! :) The genetive is the case of possession so it is used instead of the word 'von' with objects that are being possessed by a subject. (such as "My mum's flowers": flowers are the object being possessed my the mum -who is the subject of this phrase) For example:  The lady's bag: instead of die Tasche von der Frau  die Tashe der Frau ( as die becomes der in the genetive and translates to of the)  My brothers bag: instead of die Tasche von meinem Bruder die Tasche meines Bruders (der becomes des, einer becomes eines in genetive) So it is important to learn by heart the endings for the different cases! This comes with practice! :)

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