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Tutor profile: Rebekah J.

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Rebekah J.
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Subject: Nutrition

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Question:

Diana was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. Her current diet consists of starchy foods, carb-heavy foods, and fast-food. She exercises once in a blue moon. What changes should Diana implement in order to make her diet more nutritional?

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Rebekah J.
Answer:

A. Cut out exercise. B. Replace fast foods/carb-heavy foods with lean meat, vegetables and exercise regularly, C. Consume large amounts of alcohol, smoke 10 grams of marijuana, and eat a box of donuts. D. Nothing, this diet is nutritional as is.

Subject: Writing

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Question:

Rewrite the following sentence: "Ethan run across the meadow."

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Rebekah J.
Answer:

A. Ethan ran across the meadow. B. Ethan running across the meadows. C. Ethan run across many meadows in the world. D. Ethan running through forest.

Subject: English

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Question:

What is the difference between "your" and "you're?"

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Rebekah J.
Answer:

"Your" is the possessive whereas "you're" is a contraction for "you are." For example, the sentence "That is your toy" would indicate that the toy belongs to the second person (not the speaker/subject/first person).

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