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Tutor profile: Devyn F.

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Subject: Writing

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Choose the best definition for the word "Tantrum". She jumps higher and then up and down, up and down, both feet at a time like a kid having a tantrum. A. Fit B. Race C.Snack D.Nightmare

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Answer:

In the sentence above, the best meaning for the word "tantrum" is fit.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What are examples of the verb "to be" in the positive form? And are you from Brazil or Argentina?

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Some examples of the verb "to be" in the positive form are: I am, You are, He is, She is, It is, We are, and They are. I am from Brazil.

Subject: English

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What is the critical main difference between the protagonist and the antagonist of a story?

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In literature, the protagonist and the antagonist are the two major characters of a particular story. When it comes to the two opposite terms, one reader may ask "Who is the hero and who is the villain"? By definition, the protagonist is the leading character of a story, often times the "good" character. The antagonist is a person who actively opposes or remains hostile to the protagonist. In many stories, the antagonist takes on the role of the "bad" character. Overall, both characters play a huge part in the story's plot.

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