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Jaqueline V.
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Spanish
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Question:

How do I know when an object is feminine or masculine?

Jaqueline V.
Answer:

Most of the time, if the object ends in the letter "o" it is masculine and is feminine if it ends with an "a." However, not all object names end with an "o" or an "a," and that's when it may get tricky. There's really no rule or pattern when it comes to defining objects as masculine or feminine, it is more like an instinct. As you become more immersed in the language, the pronouns will come naturally.

Basic Math
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Question:

In the problem: 12 ÷ 4 x 3 , is the answer 1 or 9?

Jaqueline V.
Answer:

Although the acronym PEMDAS may say that multiplication comes before division, it really depends on which one comes first. So, in this case, the answer to your problem is 9.

College Admissions
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Question:

What can I do to make me stand out in my college admissions essay?

Jaqueline V.
Answer:

When writing your college essay, you should definitely strive to obtain the reader's attention. Among the hundreds, probably thousands, of essays that a college official must read, being memorable is definitely key to getting into that college. Another very important component of your essay is the ability to tie in what makes you unique in the large pool of applicants. Don't be afraid to share a story or experience or simply "tell it like it is." If it represents you, that's the way to go.

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