I teach informally. I like to give my students a space to develop. I believe the best way to improve languages skills is through conversation. If you converse a lot in the foreign language, your grammar, vocab and accent all improve rapidly.
I have been studying German since I was a kid. I have always loved it and hope to study it at Oxford. I am predicted an A* but generally love the language and culture as a whole. I can also help with German literature.
He’s a good guy, he helped me with my German iGCSE. Although I just missed out on an A*, if it weren’t for him I would’ve gotten a D! He’s also a very able Warlight player - challenge him (if you dare).
Luke helped me nail the basics of German grammar and speaking. He was fundamental in helping me achieve the standard of German I wanted and now when I am in Germany I feel I can speak with confidence.
My 10-year-old son’s German improved dramatically under Luke’s tuition. Within 4 weeks he went from poor grammar and limited vocabulary to practically fluent. This is clearly a teacher for the future, and if there was a Nobel prize for teaching, Luke would surely be a future winner.
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