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Tutor profile: Selenia P.

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Selenia P.
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Subject: Spanish

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What is the use of "ito" when added to some Spanish words, for example "chiquito" or "perrito"?

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Selenia P.
Answer:

Many times when you are referring to someone or something small in Spanish, you can add "ito" at the end, such as in "chiquito" which is similar to "pequeño" or small. However, you can also use "ito" as a way to show affection or endearment to the subject. In this case, "perrito" is "little dog."

Subject: Library and Information Science

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I am searching for an obituary for an individual who may have passed away in 1989 and lived in Dallas, Texas. Where could I search for this person's obituary.

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Selenia P.
Answer:

Newspapers will be a valuable source in this search. We can utilize databases such as Newspaper Source Plus. The Texas News Collection will also help to narrow down to find information in Dallas.

Subject: US History

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In George Washington's address to the nation as he was ready to leave the office of the presidency, he urged the United States to avoid entangling alliances. Do you think the United States has heeded this advice? If not, do you think it was possible to do so?

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Answer:

As time has gone on, it has become more difficult for the United States to avoid any type of alliance. The world, although the same size as when George Washington was president, now seems even closer together thanks to advances in technology and transportation. I do not think it was possible to do so even if the United States had wanted to avoid alliances, and it also seems that it is part of the nature of man to want to enter into these alliances.

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