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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
I went over the subjunctive verbs with her (regular and irregular). I asked her what were the rules for the use of the subjunctive. She answered correctly, giving me examples of when to use it. I gave her sample sentences to do on the mini whiteboard. She had no trouble whatsoever in writing the correct sentences.
We went over the comparative and superlative phrases. I gave her many examples of how to use these phrases within a sentence. She understood.
I had her read a paragraph from her textbook that had choices to pick for completing sentences using these comparatives.
I had her do several online quizzes on 2 Spanish grammar websites to go over the subjunctive and the comparative words. She only got 2 out of 40 wrong!
She is looking forward to taking her final exam in Spanish. She feels good about her knowledge of all the material on the final. I am happy with her
progress and know she will do an outstanding job!
Her homework is to review all of the material we have covered to date, plus take online quizzes."
We finished by working on "si" clauses. I typed in 19 practice sentences in which she needed to conjugate the verbs either in the independent or dependent clause. She got the hang of this exercise quickly and will likely be much more proficient at it with just a little more practice."
We then talked about some common irregular verbs in the preterite and imperfect, including how stem-changers work with the preterite. Good first session together!"