Tutor profile: Mike L.
What are some common phrases that represent ignorance or doubt in the Subjunctive?
- dudar que = to doubt that - es improbable que = it's unlikely that - es incierto que = it's uncertain that - es posible que = it's possible that - no creer que = I do not believe that - puede ser que = it may be that - temer que = to suspect that
Subject: Political Science
What is the Difference between a Democracy and a Monarchy?
A Democracy is a government system that is based on the opinions of the majority of the citizens of a state or country. Public have free right to elect their public members through free and fair election process. All citizens are equal according to law. Law will be passed and rejected according to the opinion of majority of public that will be directly performed by their representatives. Duties, responsibilities, powers and authorities of everyone are defined according to constitution or according to law in case of not having written constitution. A Monarchy is a government system that is led by 1 or 2 individuals, mostly of a specific family. There is no election system in the state and head of state is decided by heredity. Upon the death of monarch or kings, the government or crown is passed down to the next successor of the predecessor. King, queen, duke, duchess, sultan, sultana, etc all are kind of monarchs. In modern day, there are two types of monarchy. First is “absolute monarchy” that holds all the rights and faced few legal restraints in state and political matters. Second is “constitutional monarchy” in which office passed to royal family member by system of voting.
How is food digested in the mouth?
Digestion begins the minute you put food in your mouth. Saliva softens food so it’s easier for the teeth to crush and grind. Taking the time to properly chew food is important because smaller pieces of food allow the stomach to work more efficiently. Saliva also contains salivary amylase, which is an enzyme that starts breaking down large carbohydrates. Muscles in the tongue help mix food with saliva and push it into the esophagus, where muscles in the wall of the esophagus contract to move food into the stomach. These muscular contractions, called peristalsis, continue to occur at every step through digestion.
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