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Tutor profile: Kimberly S.

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Subject: Writing

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In detail, explain the parts of a five paragraph essay.

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Kimberly S.
Answer:

A five paragraph essay begins with the introduction, which includes the hook, the first sentence, and the thesis statement, the last sentence. Most basic essays have a three-point thesis, which tells what the essay is about. Next, the first paragraph explains point one and ends in a transition sentence. The same is for the second paragraph, which covers point two and ends with a transition sentence. The third paragraph explains the third point, but does not include a transition sentence. The conclusion is usually in an inverted order in which the first sentence tells what the essay is about (the thesis), the summary is next, and the conclusion ends with a thought-provoking closing that may or may not relate to the hook. The conclusion should not contain any new information.

Subject: Shakespeare

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In the Shakespeare's Othello, do you consider trust or distrust to be the undoing of Othello?

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Answer:

I feel that Othello places too much trust in Iago, while simultaneously not putting enough trust in Desdemona.

Subject: Literature

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What are the six types of conflict in characterization?

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Kimberly S.
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The six types of conflict in characterization are as follows: 1. Man vs. Man 2. Man vs. Self 3. Man vs. Nature 4. Man vs. Society 5. Man vs. Technology 6. Man vs. Fate/Supernatural

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