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Tutor profile: Malvika D.

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Malvika D.
Computational Neuroscience student at Earlham College
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Subject: Hindi

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Question:

What is the concept of female and male nouns?

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Answer:

In English, nouns don't have a particular gender they are assigned. However, in a lot of languages around the globe - most nouns are assigned gender. Therefore, haath (hand) is male but ungliya (fingers) are female.

Subject: Basic Math

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Solve for x 5x = 20

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Answer:

Linear Equations are the easiest to use yet one of the topics most students struggle with in the beginning. You divide both sides by 5. The thing to remember in linear equations is that whatever you do on one side of the equation, you will have to do on the other side to balance the two. Therefore, the answer would be - 5/5(x) = 20/5 1x = 4 x = 4

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is the difference between using 'going to' and 'will'?

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Answer:

This is a very common misunderstood topic in grammar. We use 'going to' when you are about to do something or at least have an intention of doing so immediately. However, 'will' is used as the normal future tense when we have an intention of doing something in the future. Example: We 'will' inhabit Mars one day. I am 'going to' the washroom.

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