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Tutor profile: Abby N.

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Abby N.
Japanese Major, ESL Volunteer Teacher, Basic Math and English
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Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

Round 66, 33, and 11 to the nearest ten and then add them together. What is the sum of the three rounded numbers?

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Answer:

If the number in the one's place is 5 or more, you round up. If the number in the one's place is 4 or less, you round down. 66 rounded to the nearest ten is 70. 33 rounded to the nearest ten is 30. 11 rounded to the nearest ten is 10. 70+30+10= 110 The sum of the three rounded numbers is 110.

Subject: Writing

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Write a short paragraph explaining the different usages of 'there', 'their' and 'they're' in the sentence "They're going to get their sandals which they accidentally left over there."

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Answer:

'they're' is the contractive form of 'they are' and is commonly used in casual speaking. 'their' is a possessive pronoun indicating the subject's ownership of an item (in this case the sandals). 'there' is an adverb indicating a position or placement of someone or something. These three words are notorious in the English language for being difficult to tell apart. The pronunciation of each word is the same, causing the difference in meaning to be found in the context or structure of a sentence.

Subject: Japanese

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Question:

How do you conjugate the following three verbs from (る、う、つ、etc.) form to ーて form? 食べる 乗る 話す 待つ 泳ぐ

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Answer:

食べる 食べて 乗る 乗って 話す 話して 待つ 待って 泳ぐ 泳いで

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