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Tutor profile: Thuy T.

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Thuy T.
34/36 ACT Science, 28/30 TOEFL Reading; Strong in Math and English; Vietnamese
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Subject: Vietnamese

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Question:

Why do Vietnamese pronounce /r/ => /z/ ???

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Thuy T.
Answer:

Well, people from the North do that. But that is not the correct way. R is still pronounced /r/ !!!

Subject: TOEFL

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Question:

1/ The TOEFL Reading have so many passages about Astronomy, Bussiness, and Politics. I'm just a high school student. How do I know all the answers? 2/ 15 seconds to prepare in the Speaking section? That's crazy 3/ How do I take notes while listening?

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Answer:

1/ All the answers you need are in the passages. Your job is to navigate where in those passages. Therefore, you need to learn the essential skills to help you find the answers. 2/ Write down the KEY WORDS with the correct STRUCTURE. 3/ Write down the KEY WORDS with the correct STRUCTURE. This time with more details than the Speaking Section.

Subject: ACT

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What is the most dominant element in the air we breathe? What are the respective functions of phospholipids, proteins and carbohydrates in the cell membrane? Do you know Newton's Laws of Motion?

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Thuy T.
Answer:

Well, you DON'T need to know. The ACT is designed to test your skills more than your knowledge. Therefore, improving your testing skills will help you succeed on ACT.

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