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Tutor profile: Raquel C.

Raquel C.
Classroom teacher for 18 years, Online tutor for 3, Artist

Questions

Subject: Portuguese

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Question:

Now that you have learned to conjugate the verbs "ser" and "estar", write two sentences in the present indicative.

Raquel C.
Answer:

Eu sou uma aluna que gosto muito de estudar e ler. Nós estamos na aula de arte a pintar quadros com muitas cores.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Question:

Your friends, Sara and Omar, are having a conversation about students bringing cell phones into the classroom. They turn to you and ask for your opinion. How do you express your opinion about the topic using one of the following fixed phrases: "In my opinion", "personally, I think", " I agree with...because...".

Raquel C.
Answer:

In my opinion, students should not bring cell phones into the classroom. I think they can be a distraction and interfere with the student's learning. I agree with Omar that they may also lose their cell phone at school and then be very upset if they can't find it again.

Subject: Art History

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Question:

What do you see in this painting? What do you think the artist is trying to express with the color, body language, and lighting?

Raquel C.
Answer:

I see a woman with a paintbrush in her right hand and an easel in her left hand. She is leaning to the side, which makes me think she is looking at the subject of the painting. She is dressed in clothing that suggests that this painting was created many years ago. I wonder if it was common for women to be artists during this time? The background of the painting is in muted tones which makes the lush green of the subject's dress stand out. The artist is using color to show us that the subject is the most important part of this painting and may come from a wealthy family. There is also a bright light shining on her which supports this idea. She is leaning so deeply to her side which suggests she is very focused on her work.

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