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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Katelynn in Provo, UT
The student and I read "La Leyenda del Maiz" together and translated it for comprehension. We talked through the questions he needed to answer for homework. We then read and discussed the various "connections" lessons that were assigned to accompany the reading. Topics included hot springs, alternative medicine, a traditional dish called "ropa vieja," and quinoa. Before ending class, we reviewed the future and conditional by asking and answering a few questions in Spanish. Again, I recommended that he find some Spanish music to enjoy.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Letizia in Provo, UT
We cover the use of "por" and "para" and how to make a future and conditional tense. We also discussed the command form of the verb, both polite and familiar. We did a review of how to make a subjunctive form of the verb. We looked at future expressions using ir + a + infinitive. We went over the test the student is having on Tuesday. I explained some strategies that will help him to remember and do well. Overall it was a very successful session.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Iliana in Provo, UT
Today we went over some vocabulary related to dance, art, performance, expression, etc. We also reviewed a few of the words we had gone over already (relating to nutrition, food, health). The student's pronunciation is great and he remembers most of the words we discussed in previous sessions. Rather than doing mostly verbal exercises as we've done in the past, we did more written exercises this time. I asked him to type up some sentences in Spanish using at least 2 vocabulary words at a time. He also translated sentences that I wrote. He is definitely able to get his message across, but it's important that he pay attention to conjugation.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Cynthia in Provo, UT
In this session, we went over the preterit and present tenses. We worked on some exercises from a workbook that involved conjugating the preterit using different pronouns (us, them, me, etc.) and a problem set that involved sentences with the present and preterit ("I invite my sister, but last night she invited me"). After that problem set, we worked on a set with only the present tense since the student told me that she needed a refresher for the final exam. She told me that sometime this upcoming week, she will receive a study guide for her final exam. So for the final two sessions for the semester, we will be able to review for the exam.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Maureen in Provo, UT
The student is reviewing for her midterm. Today we reviewed the verb forms of the preterite. This is a topic she studied earlier but had forgotten somewhat. After practicing with her flashcards and doing practice exercises, she was doing well with the verbs in the preterite. Before we meet again, she will study the spelling and accents.
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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring review by Eduardo in Provo, UT
The student and I drafted a short conversation for her oral presentation. We also covered the following grammatical constructs: preterit tense of irregular verbs, future and conditional tense, imperfect tense, present and past perfect tense, the subjunctive, direct object pronouns, and commands. We then practiced and rehearsed each Spanish sentence. The student's pronunciation in Spanish is very good. The lesson went very well, and I have no doubt that she will do well on her oral presentation.
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