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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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Common European Framework for Languages

The Council of Europe developed the Common European Framework of References for Languages to...

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  • Inga Lincke Tonbridge, TN9

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    Guten Tag! My name is Inga Lincke, I am a native German speaker and qualified teacher of German and English with a wide range of experience in teaching both languages to students at different levels of ability.
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    Hi, I'm Nora, a German and percussion/drums/Marimba teacher from Austria.
  • Magdalena Hachula Battersea, SW11 Gold Member

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    I am a qualified French and German teacher (native speaker) who strongly believes that anyone can acquire the necessary knowledge in order to be able to hold a conversation in the language that he or she is currently studying, within a few months.
  • Isabella Nicholls Knaphill, GU21 Silver Member

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    I really enjoy helping others to learn languages, using the strengths of each individual pupil, and tutoring on a one-to-one basis is ideal for this. Please see the testimonials on my profile to see what some of my students have said.
  • Lynne Wilson Barrhead, G78 Gold Member

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    If you're looking for a mature, experienced and enthusiastic lady as a tutor... you've found her!!
  • 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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  • Common European Framework for Languages

    University German Tutor (Southampton) Picture The Council of Europe developed the Common European Framework of References for Languages to establish international standards for learning, teaching, and assessment for all modern European languages A1 - Basic• Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed...
  • Making Sense of Language, Literature and Culture Editor's Pick

    Brian Pickering University German Tutor (Southampton) Picture I suppose like most students, I chose French and German at school primarily because I was good at them. But even then, I was secretly intrigued by how so many different languages had developed in a relatively small area, namely Europe. I was never a quick or strong reader, and yet I soon found...