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Tutor profile: Jenna F.

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Jenna F.
Decade Long High School English Teacher
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Where should the thesis be in an essay?

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Jenna F.
Answer:

The thesis should be at the end of the introduction paragraph.

Subject: Shakespeare

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What do lines 159 and 160 in Romeo and Juliet reveal about Benvolio? a.He is nervous that Romeo will be angered to see Montague. b.He is confident that Romeo will tell him what is wrong. c.He is discouraged by Romeo’s refusal to confide in him. d.He is angry that Romeo has appeared unexpectedly.

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Answer:

b.He is confident that Romeo will tell him what is wrong.

Subject: Literature

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In chapter 9 of "Catcher in the Rye" while in his room at the Edmont Hotel, Holden witnesses bizarre acts past the hotel courtyard in lit windows. These acts make him feel aroused and he calls Faith Cavendish, a promiscuous girl recommended to him by a boy he met at a party, and tries to make a date with her. She refuses, claiming she needs her beauty sleep. Name one bizarre act Holden sees in a window.

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Answer:

An older gentleman putting on women’s silk stockings and a black evening gown while looking at himself in the mirror and smoking.

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