Rachelle O. GCSE Spanish tutor, A Level Spanish tutor, A Level Philos...
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Rachelle O.

Degree: Spanish and Philosophy (Bachelors) - Durham University

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About me

About Me:

Hello there! My name is Rachelle Ojomo and I am a first year undergraduate studying Spanish and Philosophy at the University of Durham. I am incredibly passionate and enthusiastic about these two subjects and hope that after my sessions you feel the same way!

I am friendly, energetic and patient. Over the past couple of years, I have gained experience with tutoring students from ages 8-16 in various subjects including Verbal Reasoning, as well as preparing students for their 13+ exams. All of my students have gained entrance into the top schools of their choice, such as North London Collegiate School and Merchant Taylors.

During the summer, I also worked for National Citizen Service, and had regular kids who I mentored, which definitely developed my patience.

 

Sessions with me

My sessions will be extremely student-focused; therefore, I will not just dictate and spoon-feed tutees but the sessions will be very interactive!

With languages, I like to make sure that my tutees also engage with the culture of that language by encouraging them to watch foreign films and listen to the radio/TV in the language they are studying.

If there is any particular area which a student is having trouble with, for example certain grammar concepts, I will think of fun ways to make the tricky areas seem less daunting such as anagrams, flashcards and even songs!

Regular tests will ensure that they remember what is learnt in the sessions.

Lastly, my sessions aim to be fun and rewarding. In the past when my tutees have enjoyed the sessions, they have benefited the most.

 

The next step

If you have any questions for me, please book a “Meet the Tutor Session” or send me a message. I would be more than happy to help.

See you in the virtual classroom!

 

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Philosophy A Level £22 /hr
Philosophy and Ethics A Level £22 /hr
Spanish A Level £22 /hr
Biology GCSE £20 /hr
Philosophy and Ethics GCSE £20 /hr
Religious Studies GCSE £20 /hr
Spanish GCSE £20 /hr
-Personal Statements- Mentoring £22 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
SpanishA-LevelA*
PhilosophyA-LevelA*
BiologyA-LevelA
Disclosure and Barring Service

CRB/DBS Standard

No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

23/07/2014

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Questions Rachelle has answered

How is the perfect tense formed?

The perfect tense is formed from :  The auxiliary verb  haber + the past participle of the verb , either ending in -ADO(-ar verbs) or -IDO(-er and -ir verbs)   He hablado, He comido, He vivido.    Example : COMER  He comido  Has comido  Ha comido  Hemos comido Habéis comido  Han comido...

The perfect tense is formed from : 

The auxiliary verb  haber + the past participle of the verb , either ending in -ADO(-ar verbs) or -IDO(-er and -ir verbs)  

He hablado, He comido, He vivido. 

 

Example : COMER 

He comido 

Has comido 

Ha comido 

Hemos comido

Habéis comido 

Han comido 

 

 

 

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When is the subjunctive used in Spanish?

In Spanish, the subjunctive mood is used to communicate meanings which are subjective or less certain than the indicative mood.  The indicative mood is used to express certainty and objectivity; whereas the subjunctive mood expresses doubt, hopes, fears and uncertainty etc.  Example:  I doub...

In Spanish, the subjunctive mood is used to communicate meanings which are subjective or less certain than the indicative mood. 

The indicative mood is used to express certainty and objectivity; whereas the subjunctive mood expresses doubt, hopes, fears and uncertainty etc. 

Example: 

I doubt that he will go to the beach. 

Dudo que vaya a la playa. 

I hope Julie will return soon. 

Espero que Julia vuelva pronto.

 

 

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