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Tutor profile: Nicole G.

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Nicole G.
Flexible Writing Tutor Specializing in SAT Writing Preparation
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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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Question:

How do I include speaker notes in my PowerPoint presentation?

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Answer:

The "Notes" or speaker notes option is located at the bottom of the screen upon opening the PowerPoint program. Click on the "Notes" pane, hold it in, and drag the pane to resize it. Click anywhere in the "Notes" pane to begin typing your speaker notes.

Subject: Writing

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Can I use "Because" at the beginning of a sentence?

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Answer:

Yes, sometimes we can use "Because" at the beginning of a sentence. "Because" is a word that is used to join both an independent and a dependent clause. When using "Because" at the beginning of a sentence, we must ensure "Because" is followed directly by a dependent clause. A comma should be placed after the dependent clause and should be a followed by an independent clause. Example: Because our dog got mud on the floor, we spent the entire day cleaning. Example: Because we were hungry, we made dinner early.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between "except" and "accept"?

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Answer:

EXPCEPT means you are EXCLUDING something. Example: I will take all of the donuts except the ones with chocolate frosting. ACCEPT means you will willingly take or receive an offer. Example: I accept your offer to go to the school dance with you.

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