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Tutor profile: Hiba R.

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Subject: Psychology

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True or False? The Psychosexual Theory of Development proposed by Sigmund Freud describes the adolescent stages of development, which are called "Id" "ego", and "superego".

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False. Freud's Psychosexual stages of development include: Oral Stage (0-1 year) Anal Stage (1-3 years) Phallic Stage (3 to 5 or 6 years) Latency Stage (5 or 6 of puberty) Genital Stage (puberty to adult) The "Id", "ego", and "superego" are unrelated. They describe the describe Freud's conception of the human psyche.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Which of the following sentences is incorrect? A. Let's go to the park, then the mall. B. Let's go to the park, than the mall.

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B. Let's go to the park, than the mall. The sentence is incorrect because of the improper use of the word "than". "Than" is the word that is used to compare two things that are not equal. It is not the word used to describe an event happening later.

Subject: English

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True or False? In the sentence "I will flunk my English final if I don't take the weekend to study!", the subject of the sentence is "I" and the predicate is the remainder of the sentence.

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False! The predicate of the sentence is "will flunk my English final" because the predicate of the sentence describes what the subject does.

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