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Tutor profile: Sophie E.

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Sophie E.
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Subject: SAT II French

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Question:

On déjeune bientôt? Je ______ de faim. 1- sèche 2- pèse 3- meurs 4- crains

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Answer:

The verb déjeuner means "to have lunch." The noun faim means "hunger." The context shows that (3) meurs ("am dying") is the correct answer. Answer (1) sèche ("am drying up"), Answer (2) pèse ("weigh") and Answer (4) crains ("am afraid of") are not appropriate in this context.

Subject: SAT

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Which of the following is equal to (14 - 2i) (7 + 12i) ? ( Note: i² = -1 ) 1- 74 + 154i 2- 74 3- 122 4- 122 + 154i

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Answer:

Choice (4) is correct. Applying the distributive property to multiply the binomials yields the expression 98 + 168i - 14i - 24i² The note reminds that i² = -1. Substituting this value into the expression gives the student 98 + 168i - 14i - ( -24). Combining like terms results in 122 + 154i.

Subject: French

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Question:

A cette occasion, Marina a mis ________ plus belle robe et ses chaussures neuves 1- son 2- sa 3- ses 4- sienne

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Answer:

Choice (2) is correct. Robe (dress) is a singular feminine noun. In French, the possessive adjective agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies, not with the subject of the sentence; here the adjective modifies chemise. Choice (2), "sa" (agreeing with a singular feminine noun), correctly completes the sentence. Choice (1), "son" (his), is used with a singular masculine noun. Choice (3), ses (his), is used with plural nouns whether masculine or feminine. Choice (4), sienne (his), is a possessive pronoun for a singular feminine noun.

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