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French Tutoring review by Sean in Layton, UT
Today, the student and I went over the grammar governing the partitive article de and reviewed some grammar we had discussed in previous lessons. While he did very well, it was almost too easy! Next time, I think we are going to focus on something more challenging. Also, we ran out of time to study the "Cinna," which is a text he must read for next semester. As such, I believe we are going to start with that next time.
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French Tutoring review by Ashley in Layton, UT
Today, we focused mostly on French Pronunciation. We covered the French Alphabet, French Vowel Sounds, French Nasal Sounds, and other French language rules such as liaison and the elision. Learning how to sound out words and get the hang of all the rules (and the exceptions to the rules) is going to be difficult, but with practice it will become second nature. For extra practice, I am going to leave her with a Vox of my voice pronouncing the various French vowel and nasal sounds with example words so she can make flash cards. Netflix in French with French subtitles was also suggested as a way to get used to the sounds of the French language.
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French Tutoring review by John in Layton, UT
Today, we reviewed the regular -er verbs in more depth, adding more examples to the vocabulary list and trying out all the different permeations of pronoun + verb combinations, given her vocabulary. We also retouched on making negatives in French, as well as expressing object pronouns. Her homework was to finish the fill-in-the-blank exercises and complete the listening exercise. She is doing great for only being three sessions in. She should remember that it's completely realistic that she doesn't remember each and every vocab word; that will come with time and experience. I think she's in a good place to make progress in the future.
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French Tutoring review by Kaitlyn in Layton, UT
Today's session went a bit better than last time. We started off with thinking of our own words to make flashcards for. The student and I started writing sentences using the words on the flashcards, which he did an amazing job with. His sister joined us for the last few sentences. I then had them do a mini listening competition with simple math problems, which also went very well.
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French Tutoring review by Soumaya in Layton, UT
We are focusing on writing lately. The student wrote a lot recently, and we've been working on improving her method. We have been reviewing some of the grammatical notions that she has been struggling with. We implement them through her writing. She is getting more confident the more she writes. I see a lot of evolution.
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French Tutoring review by Molly in Layton, UT
We began this session by having a short conversation in French and followed by continuing to practice the subjunctive. I provided the student with several scenarios, and she created phrases that would use the subjunctive for each scenario. We then continued by starting to learn reflexive verbs in French by creating a chart on how to assemble the reflexive verbs, and we finished by creating a list of verbs used and practicing with true/false phrases. I will send her a list of French reflexive verbs to practice with. It was a good session overall!
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