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Languages Tutoring review by Anna in Duluth, GA
We reviewed the use of ser (to be) and family words. We reviewed the student's homework and used visuals to go over vocabulary. Next week we will review family words some more as well as learn animal vocabulary.
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Languages Tutoring review by Adam in Duluth, GA
The student and I first reviewed commands and object pronouns. Afterward we went over commands in the nosotros form (i.e., "let's").
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Languages Tutoring review by Anna in Duluth, GA
The student and I covered his new vocabulary and last week's vocabulary to form cohesive sentences. With some more studying, he will recall the vocab much better. Overall great job though, he's a fast learner!
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Languages Tutoring review by Julia in Duluth, GA
I corrected the Spanish homework that I assigned for today and we went over the mistakes. We also focused on a new worksheet and covered some important concepts of the present perfect verb conjugation. She seems to understand applying it very well however she needs to pay more attention to detail when completing her work. I assigned some more work for her to do over the weekend including memorizing a lot of the verb conjugations and new vocabulary so that I can quiz her next week and for her Spanish test coming up.
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Languages Tutoring review by Samuel in Duluth, GA
Yesterday, we went over conjugating verbs. The student is able to comfortably conjugate in the present tense, so we have been working on the past and future tenses. We also kept conversing in Spanish so that he would become more comfortable with the language. Next week, we will continue to work in the grammar book he purchased.
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Languages Tutoring review by William in Duluth, GA
The student and I had some good conversation to start with, and she is sounding more and more fluid in her spontaneous speech. Then we pulled up a PDF of one section of the training manual and went through the first 4 scenarios. She read each section aloud, sentence by sentence, and translated. Then I read each sentence for her to compare our pronunciation. This seems like a good approach at least for some time. I will continue to think about other ways we might work with this dense material.
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