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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Jasmin in Lehi, UT
We reviewed sounds of the alphabet, numbers, and colors. We practiced basic sentence making and question asking in Spanish. The students are eager to learn and enjoy hands-on activities. I told students that, for the next lesson, only Spanish will be spoken and that we will learn a song. They are very kind. Repetition will be used in order to obtain native language pronunciation.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Galina in Lehi, UT
We reviewed the conjugations of the irregular verbs ser, tener, and estar. The student showed a rather solid knowledge of those conjugations. We also reviewed the conjugations of the stem-changing verbs and reviewed the contractions al and del. We learned the location prepositions. We also reviewed the use of the verb hay. We added some classroom vocabulary and practiced describing what was where in the classroom. We tried to incorporate various aspects learned into forming sentences. Finally, we learned a few colors, and the idea that the adjectives in Spanish most often come after the noun they define.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Sean in Lehi, UT
We reviewed the following in the Spanish Book: pp.33-39- descriptions and personality, physical description, adjectives used to describe personality, using the verb "estar" when discussing feelings, using "tener" when describing hunger, thirst, and the parts of the body. The student played several games related to parts of the body and descriptions. We played a few rounds of "Simon dice..." (Simon says). He also watched a couple of short videos showing elementary school students playing Simon Says in Spanish class. In the Middle School/High School book we studied los adjetivos (adjectives) and he completed the exercises on p. 43 and 44 of that book. He seemed to have fun and remained engaged in the material.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Valentina in Lehi, UT
We reviewed the homework and practiced greetings, farewells, asking and answering questions about how someone is doing, where they are from, etc. We discussed the conjugation of the verbs ser and estar again. We also talked about subjects and verbs in a Spanish sentence, and how to substitute a noun in the subject position with a subject pronoun.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Hugo in Lehi, UT
We reviewed the indefinite and definite articles. We started with the define articles last session and he now is very confident about both. He has made a lot of progress and I am very happy with his progress.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by George in Lehi, UT
We reviewed the interrogative words and vowels (playing an activity for each). After, we reviewed fruits and learned how to say vegetables. We played two activities to learn the vocabulary for vegetables. Finally, we learned the question "?Que deseas te? (What would you like?) and explained how it is different from ?Que te gusta? (What do you like?).
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