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Tutor profile: Amber R.

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Amber R.
English/Reading Specialist Teacher for 4 years
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

What type of words should you use in a persuasive essay?

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Answer:

You should use transitions, make sure to state your stance on the topic, provide facts as to why that should be the answer, and refute the opposing stances' claim.

Subject: Literature

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Provide an example of foreshadowing from the play "Romeo and Juliet."

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Answer:

From the very beginning of the play, it starts out by saying that their parents' fighting will end with their deaths, and they tell Friar Lawrence that they will commit suicide if they are not allowed to be together.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between stationary and stationery? What are these words called together?

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Stationary means that a person or thing is still/not moving, and stationery means a piece of paper that can be written on. These two words are called homophones because they are pronounced the same way but have two different meanings and spellings.

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