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Tutor profile: Jacob S.

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Jacob S.
Tutor for 2 years. Currently teaching 3 subjects in middle school grades 7th-8th.
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Subject: Spanish

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What is the difference between por and para?

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Answer:

Understandably, these words are fairly difficult to tell apart. To study the meanings, Por can mean: for because of through by over per instead of to And para can mean: for in order to by to according to The main difference is the message you want to convey--try not to think about the sentence you want to say as a simple translation of "for", instead, focus on the intended meaning you want to convey. Instances where "por" is used, the sequence of events you're talking about happens at once and when talking about travel. When "para" is used, it's usually a sequence of one thing happening after another. An example of "por" is: I traveled through the tunnel ---> Viaje por el tunel. An example of "para" is: I'm studying Spanish for a scholarship --> Estudiando espanol para una beca.

Subject: Microsoft Suite

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How can I insert a hyperlink to PowerPoint?

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Jacob S.
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Following any steps to complete a task in the Microsoft products is simple as long as we are familiar with certain vocabulary. Tabs are the options we can click on that go across the top of the screen. For example, Tabs are the "File, Home, Insert...etc." Once you've clicked on the "Insert" Tab, you'll navigate to the groups. Groups are the little words below all of the amazing options we can click on below the Tabs. In the "Insert" Tab, you have groups called, "Slides, Tables, Images, etc." Navigate to the "Links" group. In that group you'll find and click "Hyperlink". The link can either be to another slide in the presentation or to an external website.

Subject: Psychology

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What are schemas?

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A schema is like expectations. These expectations that we create in our mind give us an idea of how something should look like, or feel like. Schemas are connections in our brain for our mental image and reality. For example, if I walk into a fast food restaurant, I'm going to expect to have a menu above the cashier. I'll expect to have the kitchen in the back and the drive thru window somewhere on the edge of the building. This expectation I have as I walk into a fast food restaurant is my schema for fast food restaurants. The same applies for expectations of other places, people, and objects.

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