Tutor profile: Madison W.
The first time I visited the Art Institute of Chicago, I expected to be impressed by its famous large paintings. For example, I couldn’t wait to view _painter,_Georges Seurat’s, _10-foot-wide A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte in its full size. A) NO CHANGE B) painter, Georges Seurat’s C) painter Georges Seurat’s, D) painter Georges Seurat’s
This question is tricky because of the modifier. I would explain what modifiers are and give a few examples of necessary and unnecessary modifiers and ask the student which kind he or she thinks this would classify as. With necessary modifiers (which this one is), I would explain why they do not need commas and why that is the reason D is the correct answer.
How do I play a C chord on the piano?
First, I would teach you the notes in the key of C, the fingers to use, and which notes to press. Later on, I will teach you how to use both hands and how to gradually sound more professional with more practice. You only need to know three chords to play dozens of your favorite songs!
We talked just as easily as we had in the past, when we would sit _in_ the_field_behind_Joan’s_house_atop_the_rabbit_hutch__ and discuss our friends and our hopes for the future. a. NO CHANGE b. in the field atop the rabbit hutch behind Joan’s house c. atop the rabbit hutch in the field behind Joan’s house d. behind Joan’s house in the field atop the rabbit hutch
Does this sentence make sense? No it does not. The problem with this question is the propositional phrasing. "Sit in". What exactly are they sitting in? Atop the hutch. The hutch is in the field and the field is behind Joan's house. Which answer helps explain this? C! Let's replace the sentence with the rest of the choices to double check!