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Spanish
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Question:

What's something important to remember when conjugating verbs in Spanish?

Lucy L.
Answer:

Your subject! Make sure you are conjugating not only in the correct tense, but that the verb is conjugated to match the correct subject that's performing the verb, whether it be me (yo), you (tú), him/her (ella/él), we all (nosotros), you all (vosotros), or them/they (ellas/ellos).

Writing
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Question:

When writing a story with a tragic ending, what do you feel is the best way to make sure your audience is not dissatisfied?

Lucy L.
Answer:

Your main goal when writing a tragedy should be to make the characters extremely likeable and/or characters to whom your audience can relate. That way, the audience genuinely feels sad when their stories end tragically, and it will leave a much more powerful message with your readers.

Biology
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Question:

What are the inputs and outputs of both cellular respiration and photosynthesis? Differences and similarities?

Lucy L.
Answer:

Cellular respiration occurs mostly in animal cells. It's the process of making energy, water, and carbon dioxide from sugars and oxygen. Photosynthesis is, in some ways, the opposite of cellular respiration. Photosynthesis occurs in plant cells and it's the process of converting sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to sugar, oxygen, and energy. Both of these processes result in energy that's used by the organism.

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