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Spanish Tutoring review by Anna in Sandy, UT
We started our session by reviewing greetings and farewells. I then introduced the concept of the use of the verb "gustar." We used this verb to express when you like something, you really like something, you don't like something, and asking "Do you like...something." Along with the sentence components using "gustar," some new nouns were introduced to use with these new related sentences. The students will practice the use of this new information for homework.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Kara in Sandy, UT
Today, the student and I met for our twelfth session. We began with a quick conversational review over the date, day of the week, and month. We introduced some new vocabulary that we will continue to practice in our upcoming lessons. We focused our lesson on two common stem-changing verbs, querer and preferir. We went over the conjugations together and then incorporated them into conversation. We used these verbs to focus the conversation on preferences and plans. We are regularly using sentences with more than one verb, and she is improving on linking conjugated verbs with infinitives. Likewise, she is becoming more aware of subject/ verb agreement and number/ gender agreement. I see her comprehensibility improving as her vocabulary bank has expanded. For our next lesson, we will introduce new verbs and work on forming questions from English for specific subject pronouns.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Domenic in Sandy, UT
This session was spent going over the student's review packet for her Spanish final. She has retained a decent amount of information since we started tutoring, and she is finally getting the hang of conjugations. She even surprised me by getting a few stem changes without me reminding her. This will be our last session until after the summer.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Jessica in Sandy, UT
Today we reviewed for the student's final exam on Wednesday. He created more flash cards for vocabulary and we practiced them. We also spent time on the preterite vs. imperfect tense conjugations, and indirect and direct pronouns. He did well with the material and agreed to practice preterite, and finish the rest of the review guide and his flash cards for Tuesday's session.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Ryan in Sandy, UT
We went over vocabulary for traveling topics: cabs, buses, trains, directions, museums, restaurants, food, drinks, etc. We also went over words for use in the office environment. I encouraged the students to immerse themselves in Spanish - watch TV, read articles, speak to coworkers, speak to each other, etc. For homework they will read two articles in Spanish, highlight unfamiliar words, and look them up and try to get a sense of each sentence/ paragraph.
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Spanish Tutoring review by Mark in Sandy, UT
We spent most of the time reviewing ser vs estar. The student often gets this right and understands the principles. I assigned him to practice 5.3 from his worksheets. We also reviewed the past participle and different pronouns. If he has time on Monday, we will meet before his exam to review more of the material from this semester. His last exam went much better. He said he got a B, which is much improved!
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