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Tutor profile: Samiyah Z.

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Subject: Writing

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Why is conflict significant to the development of a story?

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Including conflict in a story helps character development, provides depth to a story and helps the story progress in a natural way.

Subject: Basic Math

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2/4 of an hour is equal to = how many minutes?

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1 hour = 60 minutes 2/4 of 60 = 2/4 x 60 = (2x60)/4 = 120/4 = 30 minutes Answer: 30 minutes.

Subject: English

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Why is active voice preferred over passive voice and what is the difference between them?

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The statement "The Grand Canyon is visited by thousands of tourists every year" is in the passive voice. In passive voices, the subject no longer performs the action of the verb, rather the verb acts upon the subject. However, in active voice, the subject performs actions stated by the verb. It follows a simple pattern: subject + verb + object. Below is the example: "Thousands of tourists visit the Grand Canyon every year" Although, the usage of passive voice is not wrong, using the active voice makes the statement clear, concise and easily understandable.

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