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Tutor profile: Meghan L.

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Meghan L.
Afterschool Couselor, Graduate Courses in Education
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Subject: Writing

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What is the main purpose of the first sentence in an article or paper?

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Meghan L.
Answer:

This is the "attention grabber." You want the first sentence to grab your readers attention and make them interested in reading the rest of the paper. Usually, this is accomplished by using a fact, question, statistic, or quote.

Subject: Religious Studies

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Explain why the "Holy Land," particularly Jerusalem, is religiously contentious.

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Jerusalem is considered a holy site to the three Abrahamic religions (Islam, Christianity, and Judaism). All three religions claim specific holy sites in the city. This has historically, and currently, led to religious clashes within the city.

Subject: European History

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Explain how the Treaty of Versailles in the First World War contributed to the beginning of the Second World War.

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The treaty laid the entire blame for the war on Germany, which resulted in extremely high war debts. As a result, the German currency became virtually worthless, causing extreme economic difficulties. Germany also lost several historic provinces. The loss of provinces, as well as economic difficulties, make it relatively easy for Hitler to justify invading nearby countries and using the Jews as scapegoats for the economic problems.

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