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Isobel E.

Leeds - Applied Translation Studies (Masters)

Enthusiastic and helpful Languages graduate keen to make a difference to someone's education.

£22-£27

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Star 4 / 5

1 reviews

15 lessons

Isobel E.

Leeds - Applied Translation Studies (Masters)

Enthusiastic and helpful Languages graduate keen to make a difference to someone's education.

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Thomas M.

Oxford University - History and French (Bachelors)

A flexible and friendly language and history student, passionate about learning and eager to share this with others!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

41 reviews

360 lessons

Thomas M.

Oxford University - History and French (Bachelors)

A flexible and friendly language and history student, passionate about learning and eager to share this with others!

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Emily H.

Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Emily! I'm a second year at Durham University studying Modern Languages and Cultures (French and German). I understand that learning a language can be

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

28 reviews

343 lessons

Emily H.

Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Emily! I'm a second year at Durham University studying Modern Languages and Cultures (French and German). I understand that learning a language can be

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Laure-Anne H.

Responds quickly

Glasgow - Chemical Physics (Integrated Masters)

Hi! I'm Laure-Anne. I teach all 3 sciences, maths and French at a range of different levels. Send me a quick message and let's see how I can help!

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

46 reviews

383 lessons

Laure-Anne H.

Responds quickly

Glasgow - Chemical Physics (Integrated Masters)

Hi! I'm Laure-Anne. I teach all 3 sciences, maths and French at a range of different levels. Send me a quick message and let's see how I can help!

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Luka S.

York - English Language and Linguistics (Bachelors)

I study English Language at the University of York and enjoy all aspects of English and linguistics. I am patient, cheerful and easy to talk to - I am happy to help with any questions and skills regarding English GCSE or A-Level....

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

348 lessons

Luka S.

York - English Language and Linguistics (Bachelors)

I study English Language at the University of York and enjoy all aspects of English and linguistics. I am patient, cheerful and easy to talk to - I am happy to help with any questions and skills regarding English GCSE or A-Level....

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Lydia C.

Super tutor

Exeter - Creative Writing (Masters)

Friendly languages graduate who aims to help students grow in their learning and appreciation of language and literature,

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

46 reviews

650 lessons

Lydia C.

Super tutor

Exeter - Creative Writing (Masters)

Friendly languages graduate who aims to help students grow in their learning and appreciation of language and literature,

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