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January 27, 2021
 
 
 
 LCLC Peer Tutors
 LCLC Peer Tutors
 

Dear UIC Language Student: 

LCLC Peer tutoring in Spanish, French, German, and Italian is free and our tutors are undergraduate language students.

  • First exams coming up?  Come to peer tutoring for extra help to get ready.
  • Presentations and oral exams? Tutors can help you prepare.
  • Homework questions?  Tutors are happy to help you figure out where to find the answers!

Schedule for online tutoring:  it’s all drop in, just click on a scheduled time to join a one-on-one session!

 
 
 
Here’s the news from our undergraduate peer tutors:
 
 
   
 
 
Sofiya, Italian Peer Tutor 
Sofiya, Italian Peer Tutor 
 
 
Meet Italian tutor Sofiya!

"I am a junior, majoring in biological sciences, minoring in Italian, and on the pre-dental track. I also speak Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish. I am part of the Pre-Dental Club at UIC and ambassador at UIC’s College of Dentistry. I started learning Italian in high school and it has been an amazing journey. I love meeting new people and learning about different cultures. I am very excited to be a peer tutor and share my tips and my own passion for learning a new language.”

 

 
 
   
 
 
 French: Where Is It Spoken?
 French: Where Is It Spoken?
 
 
FRENCH: Where is it Spoken?

"French is the second most spoken language in the world after English. If you count the flags on the picture above, you will see that French is spoken in 29 countries. It’s absolutely fascinating to learn about interesting facts about the cuisine, the traditions, the natural resources, the history, and the overall culture of each country as they are all very unique. I found some interesting facts about each of these “francophone” (French-speaking) countries to educate myself on the diversity of the French-speaking world. For example, did you know that Equatorial Guinea has had the same president since 1979? Or that France has several overseas departments and regions under its sovereignty outside of Europe (like Hawaii outside of the continental US)? Or that Haiti was the first country in the western hemisphere to gain its independence and abolish slavery, in 1804? If you want to read more about those all the French-speaking countries, check out LCLC Peer Tutoring Instagram (@lclc_peer_tutoring)!"

 

 
   
 
 
Selena Gomez's "De Una Vez" Cover Art 
Selena Gomez's "De Una Vez" Cover Art 
 
 
Selena Gomez's "De Una Vez"

Have you heard Selena’s new single “De Una Vez?” It’s a song about how she has moved on from her past romantic relationship and how she’s much stronger on her own.This is the second song in all Spanish that Selena has done and she worked really hard to perfect this song. She even adds that she feels she sounds better singing in Spanish. Selena talks of doing an entire musical project in Spanish, so expect to hear some new sounds from Selena! Watch it here.

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QUESTIONS?

 

Contact us on the Peer Tutoring Website or at our email: language-peer-tutors@uic.edu.

Tutors are looking forward to your visits!

 
   
 
 
Peer Tutoring Calendar
 
 

Check out the Tutoring Schedules for French, German, Italian and Spanish by clicking the down arrow below. Don't see the calendar? Click HERE.

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