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Tutor profile: Abigail K.

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Subject: Writing

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What elements make up a story?

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Introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction invites the reader into the story's setting and characters as well as introduces the conflict of the story. The body explores this conflict. And finally, the conclusion shows the resolution of the conflict.

Subject: Shakespeare

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What is the relationship between justice and mercy in Measure for Measure?

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In Measure for Measure, justice and mercy are often pitted against one another. The Duke represents mercy in that he allows all characters to get married at the end of the play, despite the fact that their crimes should result in death. Angelo represents justice in that he sticks with the law, to the point of legalism. Because of his legalistic view, he takes the law to the extremes and orders Claudio to be killed. This tension causes Vienna to be in a state of flux and confusion.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between a noun, adjective, verb, and adverb?

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A noun is a person, place or thing. An adjective is a describing word, most notably used to describe a noun. A verb refers to the action a noun takes, and an adverb describes the verb.

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