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Tutor profile: Hayley H.

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Hayley H.
Tutor, 11 years of experience tutoring/teaching French and English as a Second Language (TEFL certified)
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Subject: French

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What is an example of regional French vocabulary?

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Hayley H.
Answer:

Various terms are used to refer to a plastic bag. In southwestern France, a plastic bag is commonly called a "poche," in the north and east of France, it is often called a "sachet." "Pochon" can be heard in central France and Bretagne. "Sac en plastique" is a general term that is universally understood.

Subject: Literature

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How is pathetic fallacy used in writing?

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Using aspects of the natural world to reflect the mood or emotions of a character is known as pathetic fallacy. Rain or a storm might reflect sadness or conflict, while sunshine can show joy or hope.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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When should you use the present perfect?

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Use the present perfect for actions that began in the past and continue in the present. It is often used to describe past experience up until the present. The present perfect may also be used for completed past actions that have a relationship with the present. Here are some examples: - I have been a teacher for 10 years, - He has been to Rome. - I cannot turn in my homework because I have forgotten my backpack at home.

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