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German Tutoring review by Omar in Sandy, UT
We went through a review of his schoolwork, working on irregular verb conjugations in present tense, trends for regular -ar, -er,-ir verbs, and basic figures of speech (tener que) (voy a + infinitive). Instead of giving answers that weren't complete sentences, I made him think of an example of how to complete the sentence in English. Then we translated it in Spanish in order to incorporate what he had just learned. I was sure to correct mistakes in pronunciation (the letter H is silent always, the accent mark tells which syllable to stress in a word) and made him respond to me in Spanish instead of in English.
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German Tutoring review by Martin in Sandy, UT
We reviewed how to form the imperfect subjunctive, the conditional, and the future tense. The student struggled most with the conjugations. He was persistent in learning. Constant practice and memorization were the only things I recommend that he do to familiarize himself with the tenses. I also suggest that he use the acronym WEIRDO in order to know when to use the subjunctive. I left a guide on conjugation.
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German Tutoring review by Ashley in Sandy, UT
Tonight, the student and I did a crash course of her Spanish verb and grammar uses to prepare her for a final exam. I shared resources with her to help her memorize tips and tricks of when and how to use particular endings and conjugations. She has a lot of memorizing a head of her for Monday, and I wish her the best. It was great meeting her and I hope to work with her again.
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German Tutoring review by Audrey in Sandy, UT
During this session we practiced the reading comprehension part of the state assessment test. I used former samples of them. The student did really well. I used the documents to review vocabulary and numbers with her. We finished the session doing a dictation exercise with the purpose of improving her writing skills. She told me that she passed all the French exams she has taken since we started working together, so I really feel that I am helping her.
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German Tutoring review by Juan in Sandy, UT
Today's session was a review of irregular verbs in present and past tense. The student practiced writing and speaking these verbs. She conjugated them correctly. Her assignment is to memorize the verbs and how to use them in sentences. She also practiced numbers from 100 to 1,999. She made progress with difficult number words like quinientos, setecientos y novecientos. We also reviewed the basic vocabulary and its pronunciation. She is improving in all skills (speaking, reading, writing, and listening) of the Spanish language.
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German Tutoring review by Emily in Sandy, UT
The student and I reviewed his most recent Spanish test. He got a 95. We went over some of the problems he had with ser and estar on the test. We also reviewed the present perfect grammar structure, which he is learning. Lastly, we practiced some of the differences between when to use por and when to use para.
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