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Tutor profile: Jessica S.

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Jessica S.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Correct the sentences below: They crosed the street and is walking to the store.

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Answer:

Answer: They crossed the street and are walking to the store. crossed was misspelled and the is was changed to are because "They" is plural. "Are" is the plural verb form that should be used instead of is when describing "They".

Subject: Basic Math

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Why would 2+5-2x2 be 3 and not 10?

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Answer:

When +/- and x/÷ are in one equation, we must follow the order of operations rule; PEMDAS. The equation must be solved in this order: Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction. You would first multiply 2x2 = 4 so that the equation would then read 2+5-4. Why? because in PEMDAS, multiplication comes before addition and subtraction. Next, you would solve the equation from left to right: 2+5= 7 --> 7-4 = 3

Subject: English

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Is learning English difficult?

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Jessica S.
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English can be easy or difficult as any other language around the world. However, if you need help in regards to the tenses, diction, vocabulary, or even spelling and punctuation, I will be able to help you. We could go over the basics of sentence structure or even to the structures that an essay may consist of. So as long as you put in the work and study, learning English won't be as difficult as you think.

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