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Tutor profile: Madeleine B.

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Madeleine B.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

How would you compose a letter to a tradesman you are interested in commissioning to renovate your company’s office, paying attention to proper formality and tone?

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Madeleine B.
Answer:

Hello Sir or Madam, I am writing to you on behalf of my company to request information about commissioning an office renovation, should your business be amicable to doing so. My budget is approximately $50,000 and I will need the following renovations done: updates to the main work space, installation of more expansive shelving throughout the building, and a bathroom remodel. If these are within your scope and the budget can be worked within, I am available the week of January 15 to meet for a consultation. Thank you for your time, Anne Smith

Subject: Literature

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What is a major theme of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein?

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Madeleine B.
Answer:

One major theme in Frankenstein is that of alienation, which Shelley posits as both a primary cause of evil as well as a punishment for said evil. Within the story, Frankenstein’s monster states that it is his outcast status that turns him into a murderer, and he then inflicts this fate on his creator by killing Dr. Frankenstein’s fiancée Elizabeth. This results in the alienation of both Dr. Frankenstein and his creation, the monster.

Subject: English

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Question:

How do you know when to use its and when to use it’s properly in a sentence?

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Madeleine B.
Answer:

Its is the possessive form of it, meaning that if something belongs to it, the item is its. Conversely, it’s is the contraction of it is, meaning that in a sentence such as “It is getting warm outside,” the contraction of it and is would make the sentence “It’s getting warm outside.”

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