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Tutor profile: Christine M.

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Christine M.
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Subject: Writing

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What are the differences in first, second, and third person as ways of describing points of view?

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First person point of view is the "I" or "we" perspective. Second person point of view is the "you" perspective. Third person point of view is the "he/she/it/they" perspective.

Subject: Music

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What are the main characteristics of Pop music?

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Pop music is typically composed in 4/4 meter. It features a catchy melody (tune) that repeats over and over until it gets stuck in your head. Pop music focuses on singing and can be performed with or without live instruments.

Subject: English

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How does affect differ from effect?

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Affect is a verb that means “to influence.” Though effect can be a verb in some formal contexts, it is usually used as a noun. As a noun, it means “a result.”

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