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Ethan P.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Organize the following sentences in the following paragraph into the most cohesive, unified body of text: First, read from more than one source. A published professor or researcher is more likely to be trustworthy than Joe Schmoe blogging in his parent's basement. This way you can check for inconsistencies in the information. In order to sift through media bias, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. Secondly, determine who wrote it.

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Answer:

In order to sift through media bias, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. First, read from more than one source. This way you can check for inconsistencies in the information. Secondly, determine who wrote it. A published professor or researcher is more likely to be trustworthy than Joe Schmoe blogging in his parent's basement.

Subject: Literature

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Describe the relationship between Lenny and George (Of Mice and Men) and how it relates to the context of the Great Depression.

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During the Great Depression migrant workers traveled from town to town in search of work. Because work was scarce, there was much competition for jobs. Because of this competition, men could get violent. In the case of George, who was smart, but not necessarily strong, he had Lenny, a large oaf of a man who would protect him if need be. Lenny, who was quite large and strong, but not necessarily bright (he was kicked in the head by a mule when he was younger) had George to make sure he was cared for.

Subject: English

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When do you use a semicolon?

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Ethan P.
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A semicolon is used to link two independent clauses that are closely related in thought. For example: I was late for dinner; I just couldn't get home on time.

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