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Spanish Tutoring review by Adrienne in Layton, UT
We reviewed the student's ordinal numbers, days of the week, and months of the year. He did a good job, but should review his ordinal numbers and months a bit more. I taught him how to say the seasons, weather expressions, and how to say the date. We worked on that. He did a great job today! I'm so proud of him! He seems really engaged, and I think he likes learning Spanish. I put all of his new vocab on the ordinal numbers shared document, and I asked him to really practice his ordinal numbers, the seasons, weather expressions, and how to say the date for next week. He's a really cool kid to work with, and I look forward to our sessions.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Alejandra in Layton, UT
We studied past participle and the present perfect tense. We included a list of irregular verbs that do not follow the general past participle ending rule (ado/ido). We also conversed during the entire class in Spanish, and the student's homework is to write his plans for the holidays.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Lizeth in Layton, UT
We talked about companies that are trying to provide a service without employees and how it would work. Then we moved to different topics about Christmas, both its meaning and the parties. He did a great job using present and future tense. He recognized the use of subjunctive and also learned new vocabulary. His attitude was very positive. He asked me extra practice for next week and I am preparing it.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Maria in Layton, UT
We talked about the student's struggles in Spanish class. We went over some work she hadn't received and went over some future sections. She is an intelligent student. She knows more than she thinks she does. I think it was a successful session. I told her to make some flashcards to study some of the verbs. I told her to go to class on Monday and then she would call me to see how things went and we would plan another time to meet. She commented that it was fun. I had fun.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Shannon in Layton, UT
We went over homework that covered ser vs. estar (the student gets this pretty well), comparisons, and the present progressive verb tense. The comparisons (mas que, menos que, tan como, etc.) are new and challenging and he could use more practice with them. We also finished preparing answers for his oral exam, which he will take next week.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Carolyn in Layton, UT
We went over parts of a quiz that the student is going to retake. This included the following kinds of verbs in the preterit- regular -ar, regular -er/-ir, ser and ir, hacer, poner, and leer. We made flashcards for ser, ir, and poner in the preterit, and I recommended that the student make them for all the irregular preterit verbs. We also went over how to identify direct objects and replace them with direct object pronouns. We briefly reviewed the present progressive and present perfect tenses while working with the verb "elegir," which is a spell-changer and stem-changer in the present yo form. Because of that, we talked about the pronunciation of j, gi, ge, go, ga, and ga in Spanish.
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