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Audrey F.
Tutor since 2014; BA with Hons in English
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Writing
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Question:

Is my literary thesis wrong?

Audrey F.
Answer:

The short answer is no; as long as you have proof/evidence of your assertion, there are an infinite number of interpretations to your piece of literature. If you can support it through the text, you can prove it on the paper.

English as a Second Language
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Question:

What is the best way to learn a language?

Audrey F.
Answer:

The most obvious answer is to talk with native speakers, but another excellent way of learning a language beyond the grammatical rules is to watch television in that native language. Start by watching with subtitles on, then progress to watching without.

English
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Question:

What is the difference between coordination and subordination?

Audrey F.
Answer:

While both coordination and subordination join together two (or more!) independent clauses (complete sentences) to demonstrate relationships between ideas, they do not do so in the same way. Coordination joins the two sentences together with a comma and a FANBOYS (a coordinating conjunction: For And Nor But Or Yet So). Example: I like sushi. I no longer eat meat. I like sushi, yet I no longer eat meat. Subordination takes one of the independent clauses, and makes it dependent. Example: I am exhausted. I stayed up too late playing video games. Because I stayed up too late playing video games, I am exhausted.

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