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Tutor profile: Bethany E.

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Bethany E.
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Subject: Writing

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Correct all errors in the written passage below. Moe liked doughnuts. She likes them alot. She goes to the bakery everday to by two doughnuts. One for her, and one for her mom. For Moe and her Mom, the doughnuts were like they're tradition, and they look forward to it each mourning.

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Moe likes doughnuts. She likes them a lot. She goes to the bakery every day to buy two doughnuts; one for her, and one for her mom. For Moe and her mom, the doughnuts are like their tradition, and they look forward to it each morning.

Subject: Environmental Science

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Explain the concept of eutrophication.

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Eutrophication occurs when runoff chemicals, usually from agricultural areas containing nitrogen and phosphorus, flow into bodies of water and cause algal blooms due to the increased levels of nutrient. These algal blooms then decrease the amount of oxygen available in the water body, causing dead zones and the die-off of aquatic life in the area.

Subject: English

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What literary device is used in the sentence below? Her movements were soaring birds, coming together and fluttering away again with the music.

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a) Alliteration b) Simile c) Metaphor d) Syntax Answer: Metaphor

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