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Saurabh Chaudhari Spanish Language trainer in Pune

Saurabh Chaudhari

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Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.

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English

Hindi

Marathi

Russian

French

Spanish

Mandarin

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Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001

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Teaches

Spanish Language classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Levels of Spanish Language I teach

A1 (Beginner), B1 (Intermediate), A2 (Elementary)

Course Duration provided

1-3 months

Profession

Tutor

Type of student requirements I cater to

For School Curriculum, Migrating to a Spanish speaking Country, To learn it as a Hobby, Seeking admission in Spanish university, Other, For Employment reasons

Certification provided

No

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Teaching at

Home

French Language Classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in French Language Classes

1

Profession

Tutor

Type of student requirements I cater to

For School Curriculum, Seeking admission in French university, To learn it as a Hobby, For Employment reasons, Migrating to a French speaking Country

Levels of French Language I teach

B1 (Intermediate), A1 (Beginner), A2 (Elementary)

Awards and Recognition

Yes

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1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach French Language and Spanish Language Classes.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for less than a year.

Answers by Saurabh Chaudhari (15)

Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

first of all see the formula of conjugation how a specific verb is conjugated when you understand the how the conjugations are and the pattern then it will be very easy for you but for irregular verbs you have to practice and remember the conjugation.
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

No. Old French is difficult to understand for French speakers. If you think French is complicated with its two grammatical genders, then you will be unhappy to learn Old French had two grammatical cases as well, like what you see in German, Latin, Greek. Those of French were the nominative and the regime... ...more
No. Old French is difficult to understand for French speakers. If you think French is complicated with its two grammatical genders, then you will be unhappy to learn Old French had two grammatical cases as well, like what you see in German, Latin, Greek. Those of French were the nominative and the regime cases. It means the words changed of form wether they were the subject or the object of the sentence. This is why we have some duplicated words in French : sire, seigneur pute, putain gars, garçon copain, compagnon Now they have the same meaning, but at the time one was subject and the other object. The articles changed as well. For example, it was not le in the nominative case but li. For example, for the modern le chanteur, it was in nominative li chantere, and in regime le chanteor. Most of the time, when the grammatical case disappeared, the regime case was chosen, but a few words were taken from the nominative. As I said, some of them kept existing in both forms.
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

“I have to ( or must) get a gift for Mom”. The “me” is there as in this context the verb “falloir” (faut) is used reflexively. That is, a more literal translation would be: “it is essential to me” to find the gift. Put this way, however, it is an awkward construction. Placing the “me” before the verb... ...more
“I have to ( or must) get a gift for Mom”. The “me” is there as in this context the verb “falloir” (faut) is used reflexively. That is, a more literal translation would be: “it is essential to me” to find the gift. Put this way, however, it is an awkward construction. Placing the “me” before the verb is simply the appropriate reflexive construction.
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

Meaning that people, well, they do they opposite of what should (have been) be done.
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

Objective language includes phrases such as: “I saw,” or “I counted,” or “I observed.” Detailing what a person “did” is another clue that writing is objective rather than subjective.
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Teaches

Spanish Language classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Levels of Spanish Language I teach

A1 (Beginner), B1 (Intermediate), A2 (Elementary)

Course Duration provided

1-3 months

Profession

Tutor

Type of student requirements I cater to

For School Curriculum, Migrating to a Spanish speaking Country, To learn it as a Hobby, Seeking admission in Spanish university, Other, For Employment reasons

Certification provided

No

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Teaching at

Home

French Language Classes

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in French Language Classes

1

Profession

Tutor

Type of student requirements I cater to

For School Curriculum, Seeking admission in French university, To learn it as a Hobby, For Employment reasons, Migrating to a French speaking Country

Levels of French Language I teach

B1 (Intermediate), A1 (Beginner), A2 (Elementary)

Awards and Recognition

Yes

Teach at

Home

No Reviews yet!

Answers by Saurabh Chaudhari (15)

Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

first of all see the formula of conjugation how a specific verb is conjugated when you understand the how the conjugations are and the pattern then it will be very easy for you but for irregular verbs you have to practice and remember the conjugation.
Answers 7 Comments
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

No. Old French is difficult to understand for French speakers. If you think French is complicated with its two grammatical genders, then you will be unhappy to learn Old French had two grammatical cases as well, like what you see in German, Latin, Greek. Those of French were the nominative and the regime... ...more
No. Old French is difficult to understand for French speakers. If you think French is complicated with its two grammatical genders, then you will be unhappy to learn Old French had two grammatical cases as well, like what you see in German, Latin, Greek. Those of French were the nominative and the regime cases. It means the words changed of form wether they were the subject or the object of the sentence. This is why we have some duplicated words in French : sire, seigneur pute, putain gars, garçon copain, compagnon Now they have the same meaning, but at the time one was subject and the other object. The articles changed as well. For example, it was not le in the nominative case but li. For example, for the modern le chanteur, it was in nominative li chantere, and in regime le chanteor. Most of the time, when the grammatical case disappeared, the regime case was chosen, but a few words were taken from the nominative. As I said, some of them kept existing in both forms.
Answers 1 Comments
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

“I have to ( or must) get a gift for Mom”. The “me” is there as in this context the verb “falloir” (faut) is used reflexively. That is, a more literal translation would be: “it is essential to me” to find the gift. Put this way, however, it is an awkward construction. Placing the “me” before the verb... ...more
“I have to ( or must) get a gift for Mom”. The “me” is there as in this context the verb “falloir” (faut) is used reflexively. That is, a more literal translation would be: “it is essential to me” to find the gift. Put this way, however, it is an awkward construction. Placing the “me” before the verb is simply the appropriate reflexive construction.
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

Meaning that people, well, they do they opposite of what should (have been) be done.
Answers 2 Comments
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Answered on 16/09/2017 Learn Language/Foreign Language/French Language

Objective language includes phrases such as: “I saw,” or “I counted,” or “I observed.” Detailing what a person “did” is another clue that writing is objective rather than subjective.
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Saurabh Chaudhari describes himself as Tutor. He conducts classes in French Language and Spanish Language. Saurabh is located in Koregaon Park, Pune. Saurabh takes at students Home and Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 1 years of teaching experience . He is well versed in English, Hindi, Marathi, Russian, French, Spanish and Mandarin.

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