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Tutor profile: Melissa C.

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Melissa C.
Underwriter with Wells Fargo
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

How does affect differ from effect?

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Answer:

To affect is to influence. The effect is the result of a scenario. So, you can have affect and effect in the same sentence. I was most effected by the minister's attempt to affect the congregation to attend Bible study.

Subject: Literature

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Question:

What was the most common recurring theme in American literature in the early 19th century?

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Answer:

The most common recurring theme was that of realism, such as examples of rural life or industrialization.

Subject: English

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Question:

The first bus took twenty-three minutes to complete the route, which ran from City Hall to East 13th Street in under a half an hour. 1. NO CHANGE 2. in the completion of its route. 3. in twenty-six minutes. 4. DELETE 'in under a half an hour' and end the sentence with a period.

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Answer:

This question's issue is redundancy. Twenty-three minutes is under a half hour, so the correct answer would be 4, because 'in under a half and hour' is redundant due to the time mentioned in the beginning of the sentence.

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