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Tutor profile: Elitsa M.

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Elitsa M.
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Subject: TOEFL

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Question:

How to make sure that my essay receives the maximum score?

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Elitsa M.
Answer:

There is a plan/ clear structure that you have to follow. Start with one-two sentences of introduction, move with your answer and show your reasoning in separate clearly structured paragraphs. Then finish with a strong summarising conclusion. Make your point and defend it, so that the reader is convinced at the end.

Subject: Bulgarian

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How to tackle the hard pronunciation of the Bulgarian language?

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There are a few tricks that you can use for managing Bulgarian pronunciation. The first is trying to sing it out. I can tell you about the others in the tutoring class.

Subject: Law

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What is the difference between Mens rea and Actus reus?

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Mens rea is the intent a person has behind committing a crime. Normally, there has to be an intent behind the crime, but this is not necessary for every situation. For example, if a person has committed a crime that is a strict liability crime, the criminal intent element does not have to exist. Actus reus is the action the person takes to perform the criminal act. This is the physical action behind the crime. You have to assess both when addressing a criminal case scenario.

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