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Tutor profile: Elizabeth B.

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Elizabeth B.
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Subject: Writing

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What makes a good thesis statement?

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Answer:

A good thesis statement states an arguable claim that introduces your topic and makes a comment on your stance.

Subject: Literature

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What is an example of a literary devices used in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and how is it used?

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Light is associated with goodness, knowledge, and purity. The story starts off with one of the main characters, Walton, telling his sister that he is "headed off to a country of eternal light where the sun is forever visible," signifying his belief that he is embarking on a journey to discover better things.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between "comprised" and "composed"?

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"Comprise" means "to contain" and is used when the whole comes before the part. For example: The class (whole) comprises ten boys and twelve girls (part). "Compose" means "to combine, put something in order, or make up" and is used when the part comes before the whole. For example: Ten boys and twelve girls (part) compose the class (whole).

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