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Jacksonville, FL Languages tutoring
We did a review of the past sessions (difference between past tenses) as well as refreshing of vocabulary to do with traveling, hotels, and restaurants. I left her with some more tips and tricks to remember key grammar rules.
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Jacksonville, FL Languages tutoring
We started a new unit with the student today. He learned to tell where he is from "tu habites o?_" as well as name rooms in the house (la chambre, le salon etc..). We practiced negative sentences as well. He did a very good job, as usual. We reviewed the alphabet that he almost knows by heart, and he pronounced perfectly the French "u" and the "g," which is really rare for an English speaker! I'm amazed by his potential. Our next lesson will be Saturday.
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Jacksonville, FL Languages tutoring
Today was a very educational session. We first started with a review of the passe compose before going into imparfait, which is also a past tense. In order to understand the two, a complete knowledge of the passe compose must be held before imparfait can be introduced. The student has a very good understanding of the passe compose, therefore when I introduced the imparfait, she comprehended the difference easily. We will continue to practice these two forms for the next few sessions as they are a fundamental block of becoming a well rounded French speaker.
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Jacksonville, FL Languages tutoring
Today we focused on two new areas: telling time in French and using negation in French. We learned that in France, they tell time using military time so careful attention must be paid to what time of day a time occurs because the clock is a 24 hour clock, not a 12 hour clock. The student uses her knowledge of Spanish to help her and she said the same thing happens in Spanish with use of military time. We then studied negation adding NE and PAS in between a verb to negate it. She will need more practice with this, and we will continue to discuss it at our next session.
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Jacksonville, FL Languages tutoring
The student is moving along with her French materials and recalling what she learned in the past. Some of it is buried deep but with a little help, she can recall the information. I know learning a language by seeing her teacher once a week has made things difficult but she is a bright student and with a little help, she can complete the assignments easily.
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Jacksonville, FL Languages tutoring
Last night we troubleshot some conjugation problems with the plus-que-parfait, conditionnel, and future. These include spelling, phonetics, and overall sense/ meaning. We then reviewed the use of le/la/les lui/leur pronouns. We finished the lesson with a new method, whereby I ask the student real, honest, but basic questions I have about him, his life, work, etc., and allow him to answer in French. Then we go back and redact and rephrase his sentences while writing them down, so he has examples of how to express himself very effectively. This also addresses the challenge of real-time listening skills in French, a language that relies very much on one's understanding of attenuated vowel and nasal sounds to know the difference between words. I think we will keep this method and use it every two to three lessons.
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