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Tutor profile: Dylan L.

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Dylan L.
Freshmen at New York University
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Subject: Mandarin

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Question:

今天,我给你——饭。 Fill in the blank with the word that would complete the sentence "Today, I'm going to -- food for you" A。买 B。拿 C。偷 D。做

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Answer:

"D" is the right answer, which means make/do "A" means buy "B" means bring/take "C" means steal"

Subject: SAT

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Sample sentence: Daniel realized that his dogs collar was in Danny's pocket the whole time. Should there be any change to the sentence?

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Answer:

Daniel realized that his dog's collar was in Danny's pocket the whole time. The problem was the lack of an apostrophe on "dogs." The apostrophe is used to indicated possession, as in the collar of the dog. Notice the mirrored possession later in the sentence: "Danny's pocket."

Subject: Macroeconomics

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Country A is an export-focused country that sells cars primarily. Country B has a lot of car producers but is currently importing from Country A. Country B's government now imposes a tariff on cars. Who benefits from the tariff and who is hurt by the tariff?

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The tariff raises the price of imported cars from Country A. Because the price is now higher for foreign cars, the quantity demanded for imported cars goes down and the demand for locally produced cars go up. The local car producers in Country B benefits and Country A's car producers are hurt.

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