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Tutor profile: Cheyenne H.

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Cheyenne H.
English Tutor for K-12 and some college writing
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Subject: Writing

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How can we know if a source is credible?

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Cheyenne H.
Answer:

Credible sources will be unbiased, have a source page, and will state a clear purpose. The author's credibility is also important when considering if the source is good to use!

Subject: Literature

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How can one director's decision change the way the we imagine a text?

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Answer:

In arguably Shakespeare's most popular play, "Romeo and Juliet", the Act 2 Scene 2 is commonly staged on a balcony. Despite it's popular staging, no where in the original stage directions is the setting expressed. Because of the director who originally decided to stage the text that way, we continue to stage the balcony scene in that way.

Subject: English

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What are the fundamental differences of poetry and prose?

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Cheyenne H.
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One fundamental difference between poetry and prose is the type of language used. In prose, it is not as common for the language to be highly ornate. Also, the sentences are arranged into paragraphs and are not split to make stanzas.

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