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Tutor profile: Brooke W.

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Brooke W.
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Subject: Writing

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Multiple Choice Which of the following is NOT included in a reference page citation? a. The pages on which the article can be found b. The title of the publication c. The year of publication d. The location of the author

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d. The location of the author

Subject: Literature

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Multiple Choice Which of the following examples BEST represents the use of symbolism in literature? a. The green light in Gatsby that represents Gatsby's love for Daisy but also the greed and wealth that keeps them apart. b. An animal that displays human characteristics like in Animal Farm. c. Applying character dialogue that represents regional nuances as seen in Absalom, Absalom. d. a figure of speech that combines two seemingly opposite ideas to create a certain rhetorical effect such as "deafening silence"

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a. The green light in Gatsby that represents Gatsby's love for Daisy but also the greed and wealth that keeps them apart.

Subject: English

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Multiple choice: An effective transition sentence _____. a. connects one body paragraph to the next paragraph b. restate the thesis statement c. begins with a quote d. should contain at least three researched facts

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a. connects one body paragraph to the next paragraph

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