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Tutor profile: Haley Y.

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Haley Y.
Kindergarten Student-Teacher, Senior at University of Mississippi
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

You are describing your new puppy you got for Christmas. Your sentence needs to be "spiced up". Lets look at your sentence below. "I got a puppy for Christmas. I love it." This sentence is not very descriptive. How can we make this sentence more interesting?

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Answer:

One thing we can start with is adding adjectives to the sentence. Can you describe your puppy to me? Is it fluffy, brown, big, small, white, or spotty? How does your puppy act? Is it sweet, shy, timid, or hyper? Is your puppy a male or female? You can add adjectivities to make your sentence more descriptive. It is good to use descriptive words so your audience can picture what is happening in your story.

Subject: Basic Math

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Jenny has a total of eight oranges when she comes home from school. Bill gave her six during lunch time at school. How many oranges did Jenny have when she came to school that morning?

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Answer:

Jenny had two oranges. How do we know this? Six plus two is eight.

Subject: English

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Question:

Please select the verbs in the following sentence: The dog ran up to the girl because she had a bright orange ball.

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Answer:

The answer is ran. Why is the answer ran? Ran is an action word. A verb is an action.

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