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Tutor profile: Shaquaya P.

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Shaquaya P.
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Subject: Writing

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Use of the Oxford comma is just a matter of style. Proponents of its use may argue that the Oxford comma helps to provide clarity in a sentence that would otherwise be confusing. Provide an example of a sentence, omitting the Oxford comma, that would make more sense if with it.

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Shaquaya P.
Answer:

I am so grateful for my sisters, chocolate and beaches!

Subject: Communication

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What are some ways in which we use non-verbal communication?

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Shaquaya P.
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We often use gestures, body language, and facial expressions to communicate without words. Our appearance and tone of voice also speak for us.

Subject: Management

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Is there a difference between management and leadership? If so, what is it?

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Shaquaya P.
Answer:

Management is simply an act of control. It's task-based with a mission of keeping the machine running. Leadership is an execution of influence. It's people-based with a mission of keeping the people engaged and inspired.

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