Degree: Combined Honours (English Literature and Spanish) (Bachelors) - Durham University
Hi, I'm George! I am a Second Year Undergraduate at Durham University, studying English Literature and Spanish. I aim to help anyone who would like me to tutor them through interactive, exciting learning, as we all know that sometimes learning new things can be a drag!
I really would like to help anyone studying Spanish or German, as I realise how difficult it can be to practise things like speaking outside of school! Speaking is easily the most difficult part of learning a new language! In my tutorials, I hope to help anyone gain the confidence to go out into the wider world and use their skills that will be honed with spoken practice, as well as help with grammar rules, vocabulary or any other issues that any tutee may have!
Furthermore, I offer tuition in both English and Maths - arguably the two most important subjects taught at school! Both subjects can be difficult, and I endeavour to provide support to those that need help, or would like to stretch their abilities!
I am more than happy to cater to any individual's needs, as not everyone learns in the same way! I really would like to help as many people as I can improve their understanding of their subjects, and I hope to do so in a friendly, approachable manner, while effectively helping you to learn! If you need any help in any of the subjects I can teach - do feel free to book a session to get to know me!
|English||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Spanish||A Level||£24 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£24 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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Jola (Student) June 2 2016
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Parveen (Parent) August 26 2015
As you will know from A Level Spanish, when you use the construction "Es (adjective) que...", it is very likely that you will need to follow this with a subjunctive verb. However, there are a couple of exceptions, which relate to whether the adjective you are using is one which suggests certainty. To help you remember some adjectives that require the indicative to follow, here is a useful nmemonic:
Cierto (Certain)/ Claro (Clear)
This spells VOCES, which should help you to remember which verbs to use if you are uncertain of using the subjunctive in spoken or written situations, while still maintaining great style!!see more