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Study Skills
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Question:

Do you sit down to complete your homework in one sitting and often put off a project until the night before?

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Answer:

If you break your homework up into smaller chunks of time, and work on it daily, you will establish homework as a part of your daily routine and this will alleviate the stress and anxiety that often accompanies studying large amounts of material. Example: Study 30 minutes each morning and 30 minutes each evening. Study something each day, even if you have nothing due, you can begin your next assignment and have it completed before it is due.

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Question:

What is the difference between the use of "there" and "their" in a sentence?

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Answer:

"There", used in a sentence references a place. Example: Go over there. "Their" in a sentence references a person. Example: I went to their house.

Art History
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Question:

Where and when did the Renaissance take place?

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Answer:

The Renaissance took place in Northern Europe from as far North as Germany all the way down throughout Italy. The term Renaissance refers to a period of time from approximately the late 1300's to the mid 1400's.

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