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Tutor profile: Delanya S.

Delanya S.
Harvard University Alumna

Questions

Subject: Spanish

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Question:

How do you conjugate 'beber' in the preterite tense?

Delanya S.
Answer:

yo: bebí tú: bebiste él/ella, usted: bebió nosotros/nosotras: bebimos vosotros/vosotras: bebisteis ellos/ellas/ustedes: bebieron

Subject: ACT

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Question:

How should you approach reading passages on the ACT?

Delanya S.
Answer:

First, take note of the title and topic sentence. These will tell you what the article is about. Read through the article once underlining important words as well as conclusion sentences. This gives a general overview of the article and highlights words and ideas the questions will address. Next, address the questions. Reread and double check the answers you find in the text if you have time.

Subject: Government

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Question:

Why do some scholars and experts believe permanent membership on the United Nations security council is outdated?

Delanya S.
Answer:

Scholars and experts believe permanent membership on the security council is outdated because some current states with permanent membership are no longer world powers and permanent membership can allow certain states to veto action against permanent members. The states with permanent security council membership are China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. While France and the UK were world powers at the time of the UN's inception, some argue that other nations, such as India and Brazil, being BRIC countries are better suited for permanent membership. Additionally, since permanent membership allows permanent members strong veto power, other scholars and experts believe power as permanent members can be abused and hinder the impact of the UN.

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