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Tutor profile: Priscilla G.

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Subject: Writing

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What are the similarities and differences between persuasive and argumentative writing?

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In both persuasive and argumentative writing , you must consider your audience . Who will be affected by the issue? Who will read this essay? There is a claim that needs to be made in both types of writing. However, persuasive writing requires that the supporting details be based on feelings and emotions, rather than facts like argumentative writing.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Let's practice the use of pronouns using the question "What's your address?" as a guide.

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What's their address? What's her address? What's his address?

Subject: English

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What are the elements of narrative? Describe each element and how each works in a story.

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First there is characterization, where the author makes the characters in the story come alive. In this category we have the protagonist and the antagonist. The protagonist is the main character of the story and the antagonist is the character that is the against the main character of the story. Next we have setting. The setting is WHERE and WHEN the story takes place. The plot in a story is the series of events where the author shows what is happening and why. The conflict in a story is the problem that needs to be resolved.

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