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Tutor profile: Alejandra T.

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Alejandra T.
Former Middle School Teacher With 10 Years of tutor and teaching Experience
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Subject: Spanish

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Question:

When writing a sentence in the form of asking a question in Spanish, do you use one questions mark or two? Where would the question mark be placed in the sentence?

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Alejandra T.
Answer:

A sentence in the form of a question in Spanish should have two questions marks, except one will look like an upside-down question mark at the beginning of a sentence called a "signo de apertura de interrogación invertedo" in Spanish and a question mark at the very end of the sentence. For example, ¿Cuántos años tienes?

Subject: Writing

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How many paragraphs does an essay contain and what should those paragraphs consist of?

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Alejandra T.
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An essay should have five paragraphs. An introduction with a thesis statement and three body paragraphs explaining your thesis. The final paragraph will be a conclusion where you finalize and bring together all your points.

Subject: Religious Studies

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Question:

How many books does the Bible consist of? And what are the names of the two sections it is divided into?

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Alejandra T.
Answer:

The literature and religious book named the Bible consist of 66 books and are divided into two sections called the New Testament and the Old Testament.

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