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Tutor profile: Aaron R.

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Aaron R.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Please define the following three different types of writing: Informational writing: Narrative writing: Opinion writing:

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Answer:

Informational writing is when you are teaching someone something. This could be something like explaining how to cook a certain recipe, or it could be teaching your readers all about sharks. This is a very broad type of writing that is meant to teach your reader something. Narrative writing is storytelling. It could be real of fiction. You are telling a story with a beginning middle and end. Most fiction books you read are narrative texts. You can also use narrative writing to tell about something you experienced. For example, I could write a story about the time I was stung by a bee. Narrative writing is always taking your readers on a journey. Opinion writing is what a writer does to show their readers what they believe about something. It can be as simple as a writer sharing what their favorite food is. A writer can also write their opinion to try and convince someone of somethings. For example, I could write about how I think there should be more playgrounds in my town. I am writing this to convince my readers to join me in my campaign.

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

What is the value of the digit 4 in the following number? 343,657

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Answer:

The digit 4 is in the ten-thousands place. This means its value is: 40,000, or forty-thousand.

Subject: English

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Two, too, or to? Please complete the sentences with the proper form of the word: I am going ____ the store. I love ____ eat cake for dinner. This food is ____ cold. It needs ____ be warmed up. I would like ____ spoons of sugar in my tea please. When we go ____ the beach, my dog will come along ____.

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When we say "two" we are referring to a number. "I would like two spoons of sugar in my tea please." When we say "too" we mean also, or more than enough. "When we go to the beach, my dog will come along too." and "This food is too cold" When we say "to" we use it for all other meanings. "I am going to the store." or "I love to eat cake for dinner."

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