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Edgard C.
University ESL Professor for six years. Former English Course Instructor and Substitute Teacher.
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Question:

How do you recognize noun gender in Spanish sentences?

Edgard C.
Answer:

Easy, males take an o at the end of a word, example: profesor (male professor or teacher) and females take an a at the end a word, like profesora (female professor or teacher).

English as a Second Language
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Question:

In a sentence that shows two situations connected and defined by past tense and past perfect tense, which happens first in that past timeline?

Edgard C.
Answer:

First, an example: "When she arrived, everyone had left the building". The answer is quite simple: past perfect happens first, then past tense. This describes someone arriving to a place to find out that no one was there because they "had already left". Past perfect always beats past tense in timeline.

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Question:

How does culture affect everyone’s ability to accept some product advertisement?

Edgard C.
Answer:

Culture is what makes us interesting, outstanding, different. When we get access to certain content related to the selling process of any kind of merchandise, the first thing that draws our attention is the way people around that commodity behave, what their values are, their feelings, their expressed traditional and costumary context and according to our cultural approach we tend to accept or not the article or service offered.

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