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Tutor profile: Summer H.

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Summer H.
Copy Chief at The Columbia Chronicle
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Subject: Writing

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Why should I write for an audience, rather than for my own joy?

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Answer:

You should write for your audience because if you do not, having your piece read may prove difficult. While you should certainly enjoy your own writing, creating with a specific audience in mind can be useful when you are trying to sell a work you've created, persuade a group of people on a subject, or educate a group on a topic.

Subject: Shakespeare

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Is "Romeo and Juliet" a romance?

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While there is romance involved in "Romeo and Juliet," the play is technically a tragedy. The full title is "The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet" because this play ends in the demise of our protagonists, classifying it as a tragedy in classical drama.

Subject: English

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When should I use a comma before "and"?

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Use a comma before "and" when the conjunction separates two independent clauses. For example, if I said, "We had eggs, and we had ham," that sentence would warrant a comma because "We had eggs" and "We had ham" can both stand on their own. However, I wouldn't use a comma in "We had eggs and ham" because, while "We had eggs" can stand on its own, "Ham" cannot.

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