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Lucia Ruggiero

Outstanding qualified teacher with excellent experience in teaching Spanish.

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Hi, I'm Lucia

I have 4 years of experience teaching Spanish in a London secondary school. During these 4 years I was a curriculum leader of Spanish A Level and taught many GCSE Spanish classes, pushing students to success in their exams, so I have excellent knowledge of the new specification. I am also an English Literature graduate and achieved a 1st in my degree, so I am equipped to teach English GCSE and A-Level too. I am the tutor for you if you want to build your confidence and improve your grade in Spanish or English GCSE and A Level!

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University College London (UCL)

MA Education - Current student (2018 - now)

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University College London (UCL)

PGCE (Teach First) - Outstanding (2010 - 2011)

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The University of Manchester

English literature and Spanish - 1st (2010 - 2014)

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Asked by Liam

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What is an example of a parody in literature?
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There are many parodies in literature. One great example is the mock-epic, β€œThe Rape of the Lock” by the 18th Century poet Alexander Pope, where he ...Learn more

Asked by James

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Is there an imperfect tense in English? If so, what is the difference between the perfect tense and the imperfect tense?
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The imperfect tense is used for things that you did in the past over a period of time, or habitual actions, e.g. I used to go swimming 3 times a wee...Learn more