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Tutor profile: Aparajita C.

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Subject: Hindi

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How do I conjugate verbs for the habitual tense?

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Answer:

For the habitual tense, remove the "na" (ना) ending of the verb and replace it with ta/te/ti (ता / ते / ती / तीं) For habitual past, follow the verb with tha/the/thi (था / थे / थी / थीं). For habitual present, follow the verb with hoon/ho/hai (हूँ / हो / है / हैं) ex: "I (feminine) used to eat mango" -> main aam kati thi -> मैं आम खाती थी

Subject: Psychology

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What are the key take aways from the Harlow's monkey experiments?

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Answer:

Fundamentally, this experiment shows us the importance of warmth for social development. Basically, our bodies relate physical warmth to social warmth. The monkeys spent a majority of their time with a cloth-wrapped wire mother instead of the non-wrapped plain wire mother. An important note is that the cloth-wrapped wire mother had a lightbulb behind it which provided some warmth to the baby monkeys. Even when the feeding bottle was alternated between cloth and wire mother, the baby monkeys spent most of their time with the cloth mother, only leaving it to go feed with the wire mother. Monkeys raised with the cloth mother had a successful transition to adulthood (note, the social warmth) and were able to properly interact with other monkeys once they were taken out of isolation. Monkeys raised with only the wire monkeys (no physical warmth) did not have a successful transition, they self-harmed, screamed, and did not get along with other monkeys once removed from isolation (no social warmth).

Subject: ACT

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How can I reduce my time on the English section? I am never able to answer all questions.

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Answer:

I struggled with this too, until I realized that skimming all the questions pertaining to a passage before beginning to read the passage is very helpful. That way, you know what points to be looking out for while you are reading the passage. This saves plenty of time as you can skim a majority of the passage and devote the majority of your focus to the important parts of it.

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