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Tutor profile: Claire D.

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Claire D.
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Subject: French

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Question:

With which tenses can you form a "si" clause? (There are multiple possibilities.)

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Claire D.
Answer:

There are multiple ways to form a "si" clause: Si [present tense], [imperative] (or, [imperative] si [present]) Si [present], [future] Si [pluperfect], [conditional past]

Subject: Music

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How did Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel's social environment shape her composition?

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The prescriptions of Hensel's society meant that she composed for specific channels. Until very late in her life when she first published under her own name, Hensel's compositional and performing renown were identified through informal means, such as her famous salons and works published under her brother's name.

Subject: US History

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How does the American-Tripolitan War of 1801-1805 (one of the "Barbary wars") reveal sources of tension within American politics at the time?

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The American-Tripolitan War prompted arguments over the establishment and purpose of a navy, the role of the federal government in protecting commerce, and whether the United States should be domestically or internationally oriented.

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