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Tutor profile: Melanie O.

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Subject: SAT

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Find and correct errors in the following sentence: Many historians have believed that the American dialect of English has to do with the way that English immigrants spoke during the colonial period.

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Corrected: Many historians believed.....

Subject: Literature

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What is one of the central features of nineteenth-century Romantic poetry and name one leading Romantic poet.

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Romantic poetry was a love affair with nature and one of the leading poets of the age was William Wordsworth.

Subject: European History

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In John Locke's, "Essay Concerning Human Understanding," written in 1690, what does Locke mean by "tabula rasa?"

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Locke's "tabula rasa" meaning "blank slate," refers to the human mind at birth. We are born a blank slate upon which our experiences writes the script. No innate moral principles or ideas exist, rather, human knowledge consists of accumulating experiences which then dictate our behavior.

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