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Tutor profile: Caleb F.

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Caleb F.
Tutor for over 2 years, Currently TESL major
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Subject: German

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Question:

The correct order of the subject, verb, and object of a German sentence is what? If there is a second verb, where does go?

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Caleb F.
Answer:

Subject-Verb-Object(-second Verb).

Subject: US History

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What was the Ostend Manifesto and what did it reveal about the state of the Union?

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Caleb F.
Answer:

The Ostend Manifesto was a document that suggested the US purchase Cuba from Spain; should Spain refuse then the US would annex it. The US would then make Cuba a slave state and help to keep the number of slave states equal to the number of free states. The extreme nature of the manifesto revealed that tensions were very high between the slave-South and free-North, and that violence was seen as a reasonable solution.

Subject: European History

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How did Louis XIV moving the French court to Versailles centralize the French government?

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By moving the royal court to the Versailles, french nobles were forced to either move to Versailles and lose influence in their home regions, or become irrelevant to french politics by staying home.

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