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Charllotte B.
ESL teacher since 2011 (ESL University teacher for 3.5 years)
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Question:

What is better when studying for a final exam: cramming the night before the exam or thoroughly studying in small doses at a time?

Charllotte B.
Answer:

Research shows that cramming doesn't allow your brain to think about the details carefully. That's why, it is suggested to study in small doses at a time.

English as a Second Language
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Question:

What various sounds does '-ough' make?

Charllotte B.
Answer:

The suffix '-ough' creates various sounds such as : "ow" as in boughs, "ooh" as in through, "off" as in cough, and "oh" as in dough.

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Question:

What verb- tense do we use for two things happening at the same time, in the past?

Charllotte B.
Answer:

We use past-continuous, to describe two events happening at the same time. We usually use this tense when we are telling a story that has already happened.

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