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Tutor profile: Mandy H.

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Mandy H.
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Subject: Writing

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My teacher wants me to. not use second person point of view...what do they mean?

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Mandy H.
Answer:

Second person POV is typically where you are using pronouns such as we or you. First you need to go through your essay and locate all of these pronouns. Then you will focus on each sentence and rewrite it without that pronoun...For example. You will need to follow the rules of the game to be successful. (Your sentence) To correct it...change the sentence. A successful player will follow all of the rules of the game. A player who follows the rules of the game is likely to be successful. If the rule of the game are followed the player is likely to be successful.

Subject: Literature

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What are the parts of plot?

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Mandy H.
Answer:

Exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and resolution.

Subject: English

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How do you know if a clause is dependent or independent?

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A dependent clause is an incomplete thought. It may have a subject and a verb OR it may not. It will start with a subordinating conjunction. (we can go over this list if you don't know what it is.) A dependent clause depends on something else to make it make sense. An independent clause is independent and can stand on its own. It will have a subject and a verb.

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