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Tutor profile: Valerie G.

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Valerie G.
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Subject: English

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Their, they're, there, were, where, we're? Oxford comma?

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Answer:

This is why the english language and grammar is very important. Their: Is a possessive pronoun which means that an item belongs to someone. Identifying the difference between adjectives, pronouns, homophones, commas, etc. can make a major difference when trying to communicate a message. Getting these wrong can change the meaning of the message you are trying to deliver.

Subject: Digital Media

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How does digital media shape out society?

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Not only has digital media evolved our lives but it continues to transform how we view, interact and even comprehend communication in our everyday lives. From having access to news at the palm of our hands through our smart phones to accessing social media accounts, digital media is responsible for our interactions.

Subject: Communication

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What are semiotics and why are semiotics important?

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Valerie G.
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Semiotics are the study of symbols. They are important because we can use semiotics to interpret different messages in our society. We can use semiotics to produce a meaning through a sign or symbol to communicate an idea.

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