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Tiana D.
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Spanish
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Question:

Explica cómo se escribería la forma del subjuntivoen esa frase: Ejemplo: Es possible que te (Ellos decir) _________ que no. Es possible que te digan que no. ¡Cuando (tú llegar)_________ a casa, dimelo ya!

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Answer:

¡Cuando LLEGUES a casa, dimelo ya!

International Relations
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Question:

Explain what the prisoner's dilemma is.

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Answer:

The prisoner's dilemma is a scenario use to discuss potential outcomes using game theory. In this scenario, the options are born from a story of two prisoners locked in separate rooms for interrogation to force a confession. The one prisoner must decide what to do that will determine his fate. If both of the prisoners keep quiet and trust each other, then they will both live and be set free. However, this is based completely on faith and trust that the other will do the same. If one prisoner sells out his friend, then he himself will be safe, but his friend will die, and visa versa. This demonstrates that cooperating and trusting is the best outcome for relations, but from an individual standpoint, they might have a better outcome for themselves only. This is something we have to consider when making decisions that benefit only ourselves versus the common good.

English as a Second Language
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Question:

Please give explanations of the differences in meaning and usage between the verbs see, look, and watch.

Tiana D.
Answer:

All of these words are different ways of describing how we are able to experience the external world with our eyes.-- -See is used when we talk about the physical ability without particular intention. e.g. "I see the sun every day." -Look is often used to show directed use of the ability to see. e.g. "I look away from the sun because it is so bright." e.g. "Look at me." -Watch is used to describe when we are intentionally looking at something for a period of time. e.g. "We are going to watch our favorite show." Each of these words can have other meanings as well depending on the context or if paired with an auxiliary word: See can mean to understand. "I see what you mean." Look can mean to be careful. "Look out for him." Watch can mean to take care of. "Will you watch our baby tonight?"

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