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Tutor profile: Meribeth G.

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Meribeth G.
Communication Analyst at Foureyes
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Subject: Writing

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Why is a thesis statement needed in an essay?

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A thesis statement identifies the particular topic and argument of the writer within the essay. The writer's paper aims to prove their thesis statement through their research put into the essay.

Subject: Linguistics

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What are the 5 components of human speech listed in the order of simple to complex?

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The 5 components of human speech are phonetics which measures individual speech sounds, phonology which analyzes phonemes, morphology which identifies the smallest unit of meaning in a language, syntax which connects words and phrases, semantics which translates words literally, and pragmatics which translates words based on context.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between a definite and indefinite article?

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A definite article (the) comes before a noun to show the reader that this noun had been previously mentioned. An indefinite article (a, an) comes before a noun that is just being introduced to the reader. Example: I saw a cat yesterday (indefinite). I saw the cat today (definite).

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