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Tutor profile: Morgan B.

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Morgan B.
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Subject: Writing

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What goes into a good introductory paragraph?

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While the pieces of an introductory paragraph might change depending on the style of writing you are undertaking, the general ideas are similar. First, it is important to start with a hook. This is a sentence or two that catches the attention of the reader. The next sentence should be a connection between the hook and background information. Whenever you write, it is important that you give some context on the topic. Finally, you will end your intro paragraph with a thesis statement.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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How can I best learn English as a second language?

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Learning a new language is challenging. The best response is it takes time, patience, and practice. The more time you are willing to dedicate to learning English, the faster you will learn. I believe the best way is to have many conversations, practice grammar, and writing.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between a simile and metaphor?

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Both similes and metaphors are figurative language that compares two things; however, a simile creates the comparison using "like" or "as." Whereas, a metaphor is saying one thing is another thing. An example of a simile would be, "he smiles like the sun." An example of a metaphor would be, "the room was a minefield."

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