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Tutor profile: Amanda V.

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Amanda V.
Public Health College Student with 2+ Year Experience Working with Young Adults in an Academic Environment
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Subject: Spanish

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In what contexts should you use the usted form instead of the impersonal tú?

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In most Spanish and Hispanic cultures, it is respectable to refer to those in old age with the usted form as well as those in a position of authority, such as a professor. Meanwhile, the tú version of address is usually used to express familiarity and informality among friends, peers, and family members. However, the social norm on the usted or t varies from culture to culture and may be either more lenient or strict in certain countries.

Subject: Writing

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How do you write a thesis statement?

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A thesis statement, usually placed towards to end of your introduction, is a statement that describes your position on a given topic and serves to lay out the main argument of your essay. Usually written as one sentence, you thesis statement is like the heart of your essay as all body paragraphs should be written to support and relay back to this one, single statement. In order to create a fitting thesis statement, you should first examine what interests you the most to write about and form a opinion on the topic matter. The best thesis statements are those that are written clearly, are precise, and lay the expectations of your paper to your audience.

Subject: Biology

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What properties make water a polar molecule:

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Due to water's slight negative and positive charge, the difference in the electronegativity cause water to have a bent shape. The oxygen molecule's electronegative charge is pulled away from the position charge of two hydrogen atoms. As a result of this structural division, water is called a polar molecule due to its ability to attract either positively or negatively charged atoms and molecules.

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