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Tutor profile: Sofia V.

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Subject: Writing

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There are various types of genres in writing. In your own words, describe the genre "narrative writing"?

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Narrative writing is a work that tells a story, usually in chronological order. Whether fiction or nonfiction, the events in a narrative work are presented in a story-like form that builds to a scene of climactic action. Such examples of narrative writing include stories, plays, poems, fables, myths, and biographies.

Subject: Basic Math

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What does PEMDAS stand for?

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P (parentheses) E (exponents) M (multiplication) D (division) A (addition) S (subtraction)

Subject: English

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In what ways is it appropriate to use "there", "their", and "they're" in a sentence?

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"There" can be used as an adjective, noun, or adverb. It also has abstract function for figurative places. A few examples are: The book is right over there. There are two people in people in the room right now. "Their" is a possessive pronoun in which is replaces the noun in a sentence. Instead of saying, "That's the Parker family's new dog," you can say "That's their new dog." A few other examples are: You should stay out of their business. You should stop by their house. "They're" is a contraction of "they are". A few examples are: They're planning to host a birthday party. They're going on vacation in the summer.

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