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Tutor profile: Talia B.

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Talia B.
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Subject: Spanish

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How do I remember the irregular subjunctive verbs?

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Answer:

An acronym I like to use is DISHES - dar, ir, saber, haber, estar, ser I would definitely make a point to remember that acronym, and now lets go through their conjugations quickly: DAR = dé, des, dé, demos, déis, den IR = vaya, vayas, vaya, vayamos, vayáis, vayan SABER = sepa, sepas, sepa, sepamos, sepáis, sepan HABER = haya, hayas, hayamos, hayáis, hayan Now, look at the DAR conjugations and try to notice the pattern that'll be used for estar...

Subject: Biology

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What is an example of a structure-function relationship in biology?

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My favorite example of this is the enzyme-substrate complex. As you may know, enzymes need substrates to be activated. This process happens when the substrate and enzyme collide and the substrate fits into the enzyme. The enzyme "holds on" to the substrate by undergoing a conformational change as a result of the substrate being there. This ensures that whatever reaction is going on can keep going on.

Subject: ACT

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How should I time myself on the math section?

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Well, there are 60 questions to do in 60 minutes. I've found the first 30 to be easier than the second 30, so I would try and complete the first half in 20 minutes so you have 40 minutes to focus on the harder half.

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