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Tutor profile: Rachel M.

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Subject: Writing

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Question:

What is the purpose of a conclusion paragraph in an argumentative essay?

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Answer:

The conclusion paragraph in an argumentative essay is meant to reaffirm the evidence provided in the rest of your paper to persuade the reader that your thesis is the truth. It also is used to explain the purpose of the essay as it relates to your target audience. It tells the reader what they are expected to do with the information you have just handed them. Without this last reminder of a clearly laid out purpose or action for your reader, your words may seem worthless.

Subject: English

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In English, which sentence is grammatically correct: a) Which shelf is the bread on? b) On which shelf is the bread?

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Answer:

b) On which shelf is the bread? This is the correct answer, because in English, a sentence cannot end with a preposition. It is one of the most common errors made while speaking, and therefore writing, in English.

Subject: Criminal Justice

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Question:

What recent development in technology has research shown to lead to a decrease in unjust law enforcement from police officers?

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Answer:

Law enforcement agencies have started to use more body cameras and dashboard cameras on patrol officers to ensure reliability and dependability of their officers' actions while on duty.

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