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Tutor profile: Kassie L.

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Kassie L.
Writing coach since 2005 & ESL Instructor since 2013
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Subject: Writing

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What is the writing process?

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Kassie L.
Answer:

The writing process is how writers begin and complete a writing project. It's often messy, time consuming, but also very rewarding! It includes brainstorming, drafting, revising, and editing.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What's the difference between "much" and "many"? How do I know which one to use?

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Answer:

We use "much" for non-count nouns (like sugar, air, water, etc.), and "many" for count nouns (like chairs, computers, hats, etc).

Subject: English

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What's a thesis statement? My teacher says I need one, but I don't know what she wants. Is that the introduction?

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Answer:

Good guess! The introduction is actually your first paragraph (5-8 sentences). It includes a hook (attention getter), background, and thesis statement. The thesis statement, though, is usually *one* sentence, and it briefly tells your reader the purpose of your paper. It will depend a lot on your assignment type (or instructions), but most thesis statements do not begin with "In this essay I will..." Rather, the thesis makes a claim or opinion, something the body of your paper will prove or support.

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