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Languages Tutoring review by Melissa in St. Louis, MO
Today we went over basic verb conjugation and vocabulary related to work environment. They do very well with understanding the stem verb and the conjugated forms. They did well with the work environment vocabulary as well going from French to English. Next week we will have a little quiz.
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Languages Tutoring review by Alice in St. Louis, MO
We worked on the verb "avoir", expressions with "avoir" and saying the time in French. We also took advantage of the new exercises to review some older material, especially how to ask a question using the inversion, and the negation. By the end, she could pronounce new sentences using the new vocabulary, she could translate from English into French and she could write sentences I dictated her. I could see her making progress throughout the session, it was great! She also seemed more confident in the end and more ready to take her quiz this coming Thursday.
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Languages Tutoring review by Matthew in St. Louis, MO
The student and I reviewed parts of speech and sentence structure. I went over what the primary components of a sentence are in English, how that translates over into French, and how to apply that to constructing a sentence in French. We also reviewed family-oriented vocabulary and negations in French. He is improving in creating sentences in French. I think we also need to review grammatical genders and to keep a consistent emphasis on spelling.
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Languages Tutoring review by Winta in St. Louis, MO
I reviewed the homework from the week before. I then began the session by teaching them how to pluralize the nouns and adjectives they've learned so far. I did this before teaching them the rest of the present forms of "etre" because I wanted them to be able to make sentences using the adjectives/nouns they'd learned. Once they understood how to pluralize based on endings, we learned the nous/vous/ils/elles forms of "etre". Both students seemed to understand everything.
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Languages Tutoring review by Randa in St. Louis, MO
We worked on forming questions in French and I showed the student the four ways to create a question. We worked on questions in the present tense and that went fine. He wrote sentences in the present tense and then turned them into questions. Then we started working on creating questions in the passe compose. It was clear from the sentences the student wrote that he is still confusing imparfait and passe compose. So we went over the differences. I plan to review imparfait and passe compose next time and then continue using those tenses to create questions.
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Languages Tutoring review by Sammy in St. Louis, MO
Today, I reviewed their homework that we did together in the beginning of the session. I finished up the negation rule in the present tense and started with the progressive future with them. All of students did their homework and seemed to be understanding and excited thus far. At the end, I gave them a list of food vocabulary.
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