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Tutor profile: Sanchea R.

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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Write a narrative describing a scene with nature:

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Answer:

The lush leaves were overhead and carried sprinkles of water from the rainfall last night. I walked slowly, taking in the beautiful scene as I stepped on the Autumn leaves; brown, red and orange scattering the park walkway. I spotted a small snail, the shell carrying intrinsic patterns, with swirls and silver flakes. Everything was beautiful here. Still. Serene. The sun peeked out of some clouds, illuminating the entire scene in a wash of gold light... A small snippet answering the question above.

Subject: Music

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How can I read musical notation?

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Musical notation, is easily read by using the following method: Crochet: one beat (plum = 1 syllable) Minim: two beats (apple = 2 syllables) Dotted minim: three beats (pineapple = 3 syllables) Semibreve: four beats (watermelon = 4 syllables). In saying these 'fruity' beats, you are able to read notation slighly easier. This is a small snippet of music (piano/theory) answering the question above.

Subject: English

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The thematic notion of good vs evil is evident in the novel 'Nevernight' written by Jay Kristoff. Discuss this notion (for or against), using quotations from the text as supporting evidence.

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'Nevernight' written by Jay Kristoff explores the notion of good vs evil. The viewpoint that evil triumphs is particularly evident in the scene when the protagonist of the novel, Mia Covere has to spare a a man's life. Jay Kristoff uses imagery to depict Mia pushing the man overboard as opposed to saving his life 'A gentle shove, sending him into the gnashing swell'. In using this literary technique the reader is able to understand that Mia, despite being the protagonist, commits acts of evil and is a diabolic character in nature. This is just a small snipped of an essay answering the question above.

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