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Tutor profile: Tiffani K.

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Tiffani K.
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Subject: Religious Studies

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What are some challenges that hermeneutics seeks to overcome when interpreting the Bible?

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The practice of hermeneutics seeks to overcome differences such as historical, cultural, and linguistic differences between the biblical author and his audience and the modern-day reader.

Subject: Linguistics

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In the study of semantics, what is lexical ambiguity? Provide an example.

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In semantics, lexical ambiguity is used to refer to a word that has multiple meanings. An example of a word with lexical ambiguity would be "nail." The word "nail" can either refer to a noun such as sharp piece of metal often used in wood, or it can also refer to a fingernail. It also can even be used as a verb.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between a transitive and intransitive verb?

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A transitive verb is a type of verb that is dependent on either an action or object in order to make a complete sentence. An intransitive verb does not require an action or object to be considered a complete sentence.

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