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Maggie S.
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Writing
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Question:

What information should be included in the introduction of a book report?

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Answer:

Your introduction should begin by stating what book you will be discussing, including the title, author, publication information such as the publisher and year the book was published. This should be followed by what type of genre the book could be classified into, followed by 1-2 brief sentences that can include the synopsis of the book and what you will be discussing about the book specifically.

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Question:

What are the major differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes?

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Answer:

Prokaryotes lack a nucleus, while eukaryotes have a nucleus bound by a nuclear membrane or envelope. Prokaryotes lack the membrane-bound organelles of eukaryotes. Prokaryotes possess a cell wall which eukaryotes do not.

English
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Question:

What are existential there-constructions? In the following sentence, what is the subject and how can you tell? Ex: "There are problems."

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Answer:

Existential there-constructions allow for variations in what can count as a subject in a sentence. In the example sentence, it appears as though "problems" is the subject when considering agreement and semantic role. On further inspection, position occupied suggests "there" is the subject. Because the subject should agree with the finite verb, "problems" is the subject.

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