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Learning a Foreign Language - 3 Keys to Success

An aptitude for languages is a wonderful gift because it makes it so much easier to acquire a...
University German

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Making Sense of Language, Literature and Culture

I suppose like most students, I chose French and German at school primarily because I was good...
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Enhance Your Memory

Learning a new language can be very daunting and many students have huge expectations in the...
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A guide to German pronunciation

What I really like about German is the fact that it is a phonetic language i.e. you pronounce...

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  • Trixi Field Ellesmere Urban, SY12 Gold Member

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    As a patient and encouraging teacher, I warmly welcome all enquiries and look forward to nurturing your love of music, languages and/or yoga. Do feel free to browse through my information and contact me if you have any further queries.
  • Hilary Temperley Central Dudley, NE13 Silver Member

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    As a secondary teacher with experience of adult education and private tuition, I believe that competence in one or more foreign languages is very important for academic,work and leisure purposes.
  • Gabriele Trinczek Palmers Green, N13 Silver Member

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    I am an efficient and experienced German teacher, native speaker, and have been tutoring for years. My students range from GCSE to ‘A’ level and from adult beginners to advanced.
  • Miss Nina Bentley Alderney, BH12 Silver Member

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    I am an experienced secondary school language teacher and tutor and love to teach languages! I have lived in Germany, Spain, Japan, Australia. I am happy to teach online or in person, whichever is easier.
  • Miss Rosa Northolt, UB5 Silver Member

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    I am an enthusiastic tutor in English, Maths, 11+ and German. I look forward to hearing from you.
  • Brian Pickering Romsey, SO51 Silver Member

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    My whole aim with teaching is to make the experience as enjoyable and beneficial as possible. I am happy to stick to the constraints of examination preparation, but I find that it is a lot better to explore all and any aspects of language as they come up. Knowing those quirky facts or suddenly recognising what was strange about Christmas giftwrap in a French shop brings language alive, and with that, you'll get so much more out of learning than maybe you thought!
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German Articles

  • German Films Are The Fun Way To Learn!

    Katja W German (general) Tutor (West London) Picture Films are a fun and effective way of improving your German skills. And by films I don't mean language programmes or online grammar lessons on YouTube. I am talking about entertainment such as feature films, real series or documentaries. You might wonder if your German skills are good enough to...
  • How To Learn German Noun Genders

    Suzanne Rose GCSE German Tutor (Brighton) Picture One of the trickiest areas of learning German is simply learning the word for 'the'. With three options to choose from this causes the greatest confusion for many learners and yet it's one of the most basic words you'll need. German uses three words which all mean 'the'. They use 'der' for...
  • A tutor also helps raising self esteem in adults

    Nora German (general) Tutor (South East London) Picture I read an article on a parents website about how important a tutor can be for a child. Not just in terms of the subject itself, but for the child's self esteem. "A lot of the time with B. it’s a matter of confidence as much as ability." I think it is similar with adult students. I taught a lot...

 

  • Moving from GCSE German to A-level German

    Magdalena Hachula A-level German Tutor (South West London) Picture I often see students doing very well at their GCSE or IGCSE German exam. They love the German language, they achieve great results and manage to get through the three year course without any difficulties. They decide that they love German, they find it easy and interesting and then opt for the...
  • Learning A Foreign Language Is Always Possible

    Manuela Cappellari German (general) Tutor (South West London) Picture When you approach a new language for the first time you seem to hear "just-a-long-endless-word". You are not able to distinguish the opening and ending of words; the short and long pauses. You are listening to uttered sounds articulated at random. When I first arrived in Germany I could barely...
  • A Beautiful Journey Of Learning Foreign Languages

    Meliha M Wong German (general) Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture When learning a language, the role of the tutor / teacher is important, but ultimately it still requires the student to be interested in spending time consolidating what they have learnt. As a tutor / teacher, it starts off with diligent preparation to build-up suitable materials to meet the...