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Tutor profile: Camille H.

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Camille H.
Political Science major starting Master's in Public Administration
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Subject: Spanish

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How common is the Spanish language?

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While the Spanish language is incredibly common, because so many different countries speak it, there are many variations of it. It's crucial to stay away from specific words that have different connotations to various people. Grammar can also be figured out with easy tricks that I would love to share!

Subject: Political Science

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How does political philosophy and theory relate to comparative politics?

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I believe that everyone should take either a theory or philosophy class. Both of these teach individuals how think critically and apply the principles of politics to everyday situations. Topics like game theory can easily be described as strategic interactions or win-win situations. This is crucial when discussing comparative politics and international relations.

Subject: English

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How important is grammar to the English language?

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Grammar is the difference in between "let's eat grandpa" and "let's eat, grandpa." And if you don't understand the difference, I am happy to help! I believe that grammar is the foundation of good writing. Strategy and effect writing comes later with additional practice.

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