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Tutor profile: Daniel M.

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Daniel M.
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Subject: Spanish

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What is the most important skill in learning a new language like Spanish?

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I believe that comprehension, not speaking or writing, is the most important skill in language learning. If you can achieve a high level in comprehension, all other skills will follow. The speaking will come. The grammar and correct usage will come too.

Subject: Writing

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How can I set up a 5-parageraph essay?

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I want you to think about a 5 paragraph essay like a wedding cake. Hopefully it will help you understand how each paragraph builds off of one another to essentially prove the argument you are making. The top of your wedding cake is the introduction. It’s the most important part of your essay, and the most important part of your wedding cake, because it has the bride and groom on it and it is the most important part of the essay because it has the thesis statement. The thesis statement is essentially a one sentence argument that you are writing in your introductory paragraph as the last sentence usually. What it does is it should, like I said, contain the argument for your paper. It should contain strong language and must have what are called supporting details.

Subject: US History

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Which is most important power controlled by each of the branches of government?

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On the surface, the answer is most simplistic: the legislature has the power to make laws and the executive has the power to carry out those laws. However, within each branches they are limited in the effectiveness of each of these to the fullest extent. Thus, within each branch, the strongest power they have over each other is the Congress’s power to decide on appropriations of funds to various governmental interests while the President’s strongest power is not an expressed power, but rather the inherent power as being represented by a singular, public entity.

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