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Tutor profile: Ishmael W.

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Subject: US Government and Politics

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What is the difference between a U.S. senator and a U.S. representative?

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Answer:

There are 100 senators in Congress. There are two in each state no matter what the population of the state is. The number of U.S. representatives a state has is determined by the population of that state. There are 435 representatives in Congress. Senators serve their terms for six years and representatives serve two-year terms. It is also important to note that senators can't introduce bills that raise revenue such as tax bills.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is the difference between a countable and non-countable noun?

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Countable nouns are those nouns that can be counted. For example: cats, men, women, country, countries. Non-countable nouns refer to things that can't be counted and they don't regularly have a plural form. They also can't be preceded by a or an. Rain, flour, happiness, and wood are examples.

Subject: English

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When should I use few vs. a few?

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A few usually has a positive implication, and few usually has a negative implication. An example of a positive way to use " a few" is: I have a few cars that I own. That is a good thing. An example of using "few" in a negative way is : There were few people who passed the test. This is a bad thing.

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