Afrikaans Tutors

Afrikaans is one of the most popular first additional languages taken by learners to Grade 12 level. As many learners do not actually speak the language outside of the classroom, they often do not acquire the necessary vocabulary to understand and make themselves understood. A poor foundation in a language means that the higher the grade the more the learner struggles, and is a great disadvantage in the exam setting. Being able to communicate in another language is a great advantage in the work environment, and it can also stimulate interaction socially.

We only have Afrikaans tutors who are passionate about Afrikaans and who want to inspire and teach learners at every level to be able to communicate effectively in Afrikaans!

What our tutors have to say…

They’re just numbers and numbers can’t hurt you. Repetition is your friend; practise until you see numbers dancing in your dreams.

Conor E.
Conor E.Maths, Science & English Tutor

One of my favourite quotes is from Dr Seuss: The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go!

Taryn B.
Taryn B.Online English & Maths Tutor

Once you have taken something complicated and turned into something simple, that’s when you have truly learnt.

William D.
William D.University Tutor

With the right help, lots of practice and a positive attitude, Science can become your best friend!

Michelle K.
Michelle K.Science Tutor

Never be afraid to make mistakes, as they bring great opportunity to learn.

Miles A.
Miles A.Maths Tutor

Read, read, read! The best way to learn a language and improve vocabulary and comprehension skills is from reading. Afrikaans is a very vibrant and descriptive language!

Lee-Ann S.
Lee-Ann S.Afrikaans Tutor

Know your formats, practice your Accounting equations, and revise your debits and credits. Only then will you have the perfect foundation for success.

Alex A.
Alex A.Accounting Tutor

When writing a story or narrative, try imagining it as a movie. What do the surroundings look like, or what would they notice as the story progresses? Details fill out a story.

Amie W.
Amie W.English Tutor

The terminology in Life Science can very complicated. Break up the word into smaller parts and associate the parts with things you are familiar with.

Candice D.
Candice D.Natural Science & Life Science Tutor