Tutor profile: Clifton G.
Is there such thing as free-will?
This is one of the classic questions of philosophy and has been considered by many great minds throughout history. For people new to the topic, it is well worth reviewing Immanuel Kant's view on free-will as it relates to one's morality. He argues that all living beings are "free" to a certain extent, and that by acting morally correct, the individual is practicing their own free-will.
Subject: English as a Second Language
What is the difference between "famous" and "popular?"
"Famous" is used to describe someone or something that is well- known. This does not necessarily imply that it is well-liked. On the other hand, when something is "popular," it is both well-known AND well-liked.
What is the difference between your, and you're?
Your is a possessive adjective describes something belonging to you. You will notice, "your" is typically followed by a noun. "You're" is a contraction formed by combining "you" and "are." "You're" indicates that you are about to do something, and it typically followed by a verb ending in -ing.
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