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A plea for taking the wider view

Language is much more than just a tool for conveying the message. A plea for taking the wider...
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Kleines Quiz (in German)

KLEINES QUIZ 1. In welchen Ländern wird Deutsch gesprochen? 2. Wie heissen die...
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German: Not Awful Anymore

Having been raised in 2 languages – German as a mother/father tongue and Hebrew, the language...
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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...

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    I am an experienced teacher of English, French, German, Italian and EFL.
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    Hi! I am an experienced tutor and am currently a student at the University of Reading. I work mainly based from online tuition, but also offer face to face sessions.
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    Hi, I am Caroline and I am a fully qualified and experienced languages teacher and tutor. I cater for all levels in French, Spanish, German, Italian and Japanese. All lessons are tailored to your own needs to make the lessons fun!
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    Hello, I'm a friendly and cheerful person who loves teaching. My teaching style is creative and fun and I've always had a very good rapport with my students and believe this is the key to successful lessons.
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    I am an experienced tutor in Modern Languages, Drama and Music. I play and teach the lute, and graduated in Drama from the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique in Paris, France. I enjoy teaching and interacting with people.
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  • 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...
  • A Level German Has Changed

    Regina M A-level German Tutor (South East London) Picture As A Levels have recently changed, so have the requirements and the expectations for students aiming to achieve good grades. Students are, now more than ever, required to keep up with political, historical, economic and ecological developments in today's society and form their own thoughts and...

 

  • 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...