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Tutor profile: Kaveena B.

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Subject: Writing

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How does cure "Writer's Block"?

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Kaveena B.
Answer:

The truth is, "Writer's Block" does not exist. As a writer, sometimes, we don't give ourselves enough credit. Saying phrases such as, "I don't know" or "I'm confused," is the self-doubt we all have in ourselves sometimes. In reality, instead of "I don't know," it should be "I need to know." Stepping outside of your comfort zone and having multiple strategies will allow "Writer's Block" to cease. A writer is never really blocked. They're merely thinking.

Subject: Ethnic Studies

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How do those who are in power (oppressors) control or punish those who are not in power (the oppressed)?

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Oppressors often find themselves overcompensating and overruling oppressed groups of people by cruel punishment of mass incarnation, reluctant to hire for a job, or biased opinions of housing applications. Even subliminal racism can be a way of trying to gain control over a specific group of people. Because it is subliminal, phrases such as "you speak well for a (insert oppressed group here)," is a way to degrade that oppressed without bluntly saying it.

Subject: English

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Why is the English language so important to learn?

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Kaveena B.
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English can often have a negative connotation to it being that it's "the most important language to learn." However, the reality is that English is a bridging gap between cultures, countries, religions, and so on. With English, there can be more people who can connect. Instead of viewing it as important, English can be considered to be significant.

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