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Tutor profile: Zanaidah W.

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Subject: Writing

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What is the major difference between the introduction and conclusion of an essay?

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The introduction provides some background, and states the thesis of the essay. The conclusion reiterates the points that were made to prove the thesis, and explains the importance of the topic discussed.

Subject: Study Skills

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What tips do you have for developing time-management skills?

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To best manage your time, I would advise you to keep a calendar or agenda, and write down all of your assignments and extracurricular activities. Many people prefer to make notes in their cellphones, but there are too many distractions on your phone. Writing and keeping track of a physical "to-do" list can be more effective.

Subject: English

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What's the difference between who vs. whom?

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"Who" is a subjective pronoun, and should be used when you're referring to the subject of the sentence. "Whom" is an objective pronoun, and should be used when you're referring to the object of the sentence. For example: I'm not sure who will be there. I was happy to see someone whom I knew from high school. "Who" can be replaced with he/she, while "whom" can be replaced with him/her.

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