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Tutor profile: Amelia A.

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Amelia A.
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Subject: Literature

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Choose a passage from what your reading that displays a literary term? (Metaphor, Simile, Allegory, Etc.) Write the passage and explain how it utilizes this literary terms?

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Answer:

In the Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald utilizes a metaphor to show Jay Gatsby's affection for Daisy. Gatsby remarks, "Her voice is full of money," (Fitzgerald). Fitzgerald uses the larger theme of money within the novel to show Gatsby's infatuation with Daisy. Gatsby uses wealth and social status to try and impress so therefore Daisy so referring to her voice as money he is paying her the highest compliment.

Subject: Film and Theater

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"Waiting for Godot" by Samuel Beckett falls into which theatrical movement?

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"Waiting For Godot" as well as the rest of Samuel Beckett's work is absurdist. Beckett was one of the main practitioners of the Theatre of the absurd. A post-world War II theatrical movement lead by mainly European playwrights.

Subject: English

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"When we get home, Dad will have washed our clothes" is an example of which verb tense?

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Future Perfect The future perfect tense uses this formula: will + have + verb. The verb ending in -ed

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