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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    In what world does it make sense to get tuition from someone who merely did two AS-level stats units and passed them nearly 10 years ago, and has done no maths since, other than to patronise people over the internet, instead of a mathematician who is actually paid to co-teach maths in a local school?

    I am TERRIBLE at teaching maths beyond GCSE
    AND WEREN'T YOU RETAKING C3 OR C4 I FORGOT WHICH ONE IT WAS JUST LIKE I FORGOT TO TURN CAPS LOCK OFF ON MY IPOD



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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Aah, I see :ahee:

    How come a state school taught those though?
    :lolwut: Because we don't live in a totally ****ed up world?
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Italian GCSE may actually come to fruition... turns out one of my friends decided to do Italian GCSE and actually got a tutor, so I told him if he was to do the GCSE I would too. (Y)
    But the question is...are there any Italians up there in NE whose "mozziconis" you could kick in the GCSE?
    Achieving regional top 10 in a language that's not your native is quite magnificento



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    I was going to retake C3 and C4, but then I realised that time constraints meant picking between the internet and doing revision for a couple of maths exams, when I already have the A-level.

    I chose the internet.
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    (Original post by aasvogel)
    Italian GCSE may actually come to fruition... turns out one of my friends decided to do Italian GCSE and actually got a tutor, so I told him if he was to do the GCSE I would too. (Y)
    That's awesome.

    Parli un poco di italiano?

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    :lolwut: Because we don't live in a totally ****ed up world?
    Oh okay
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    Psst, thatitootoo, you could do GCSE Latin next year. It's offered here.
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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    Psst, thatitootoo, you could do GCSE Latin next year. It's offered here.
    I would die a painful, case(s?) related death!

    DO U SEE WHAT I DID THERE :ahee:



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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    I would die a painful, case(s?) related death!

    DO U SEE WHAT I DID THERE :ahee:



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    It's really easy :lol: You don't need to know the cases (though you should learn them really); I A*'d it through intuition
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    It's really easy :lol: You don't need to know the cases (though you should learn them really); I A*'d it through intuition
    *cross with self for not asking a tutor to organise private candidacy while I still understood Latin*
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Parli un poco di italiano?
    Tut tut, informality
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Tut tut, informality
    And not in question form :mmm: it's all good. I've spoken to him!
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    Hmmm certain people on TSR think it's a good idea to introduce Thati "S'ill vous Plâit" Tootoo to the Romance branch of languages...
    Thati "S'ill vous Plâit" Tootoo thinks he should just stick with Germanic languages for now, with the possibility of easing into Russian in the future perhaps, needless is to say, Thati "S'ill vous Plâit" Tootoo is not sure he's up for that at the moment!



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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Hmmm certain people on TSR think it's a good idea to introduce Thati "S'ill vous Plâit" Tootoo to the Romance branch of languages...
    Thati "S'ill vous Plâit" Tootoo thinks he should just stick with Germanic languages for now, with the possibility of easing into Russian in the future perhaps, needless is to say, Thati "S'ill vous Plâit" Tootoo is not sure he's up for that at the moment!



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    Drafted your health CA yet?
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    Hallo Ich bin neu hier..aehm achsoo.. ich lerne seit vier Jahren Deutsch und ausserdem lerne ich Spanisch. Ich wuerde sagen,dass mein Deutsch total quatsch ist. Ich mache viele Fehler obwohl ich Deutsch an der Uni lerne...das macht mich echt traurig. und auch ich lerne Deutsch und Spanisch an einer schlechten Universitaet. eine so gennant eine 'Hochschule' (ex poly in der Grossbritannien) Wir lernen nicht so viel ueber literatur und Geschichte von Deutschland,mehr Grammatik und eine praktische Verwendung der Sprache..das kann ab und zu langweilig sein.

    Jedoch mag ich Buecher ueber die Geschichte und Literatur von Deutschland lesen..so es ist gar nicht schlecht.

    Fehler..Fehler ueberall! (um Toy Story zu paraphrasieren )
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    (Original post by TonksLupin)
    Hallo Ich bin neu hier..aehm achsoo.. ich lerne seit vier Jahren Deutsch und jetz lerne ich auch Spanisch. Ich wuerde sagen,dass mein Deutsch total quatsch ist. Ich mache viele Fehler obwohl ich Deutsch an der Uni studiere...das macht mich echt traurig. und auch ich lerne Deutsch und Spanisch an einer schlechten Universitaet. so gennant eine 'Hochschule'. Wir lernen nicht so viel ueber literatur und Geschichte von Deutschland,mehr Grammatik und eine praktische Verwendung der Sprache..das kann ab und zu langweilig sein.

    Jedoch mag ich Buecher ueber die Geschichte und Literatur von Deutschland lesen..so es ist nicht alles schlecht.

    Fehler..Fehler ueberall! (zu paraphrasieren Toy Story )
    It's so nice to actually see someone new here using "seit" :lol:
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    (Original post by AquisM)
    Merci! Tu l'as expliqué très bien. En ce moment (is this correct?) je comprends.

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    Yes this is a correct use of En ce moment.

    (Original post by We, happy few!)
    Réponse courte : Parce que.

    Réponse longue : C'est des points de grammaire, tout simplement. Je ne saurai t'expliquer davantage. But just remember that:

    à moins que ... ne (+ subjunctive)

    Sometimes, you'll also see: à moins que (+ subjunctive)

    I don't know which one is "GRAMMATICALLY" correct, though. :erm: But let's say that both are fine!
    Yes both are grammatically correct And pas is not needed with à moins que, it is not argo (like omitting the ne in everyday French and only keeping the pas), it is actually politically correct There is a rule for when you can omit it, but I don't remember it, because I never omit it sorry :P



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    (Original post by TonksLupin)
    Hallo Ich bin neu hier..aehm achsoo.. ich lerne seit vier Jahren Deutsch und jetz lerne ich auch Spanisch. Ich wuerde sagen,dass mein Deutsch total quatsch ist. Ich mache viele Fehler obwohl ich Deutsch an der Uni studiere...das macht mich echt traurig. und auch ich lerne Deutsch und Spanisch an einer schlechten Universitaet. so gennant eine 'Hochschule'. Wir lernen nicht so viel ueber literatur und Geschichte von Deutschland,mehr Grammatik und eine praktische Verwendung der Sprache..das kann ab und zu langweilig sein.

    Jedoch mag ich Buecher ueber die Geschichte und Literatur von Deutschland lesen..so es ist nicht alles schlecht.

    Fehler..Fehler ueberall! (zu paraphrasieren Toy Story )
    Guten Tag!
    I'll try to correct the few bits that caught my attention
    "und außerdem lerne ich auch Deutsch und Spanisch an..."
    "eine sogenannte 'Hochschule'".." ? not sure about this one though
    "über die Literatur und Geschichte..."
    "wir lernen mehr über..."
    And is the last sentence "so es ist nicht alles schlecht" like an authentic piece of German "quatsch" ?? Because It does not make sense! :pierre: "So es ist gar nicht schlecht" Vielleicht?



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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    It's so nice to actually see someone new here using "seit" :lol:
    It's refreshing isn't it!?!? ;D
    Look over my corrections to her post plzzz



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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    Drafted your health CA yet?
    Forget GCSE homework...

    Can't you see I'm too busy trying to correct ungergrad German level stuff!

    I'll start next week!



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    Oh and "lernen" istead of "studieren" for Degree level languages auf Deutsch! (Nittypicky)



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