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Tutor profile: Tiffany S.

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Tiffany S.
Elementary school tutor for two years
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Subject: French

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How do you know the difference between passé composé and imparfait?

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Answer:

There is no rule that is always correct, but the biggest difference between imparfait and passé composé is timing. Imparfait is used to describe what is happening around you. Passé composé is used when something took place at a specific moment.

Subject: Basic Math

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How do you divide fractions?

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Answer:

Remember a simply phrase. Keep, Change, Flip. The first fraction stays the same or keeps. The division sign changes to a multiplication sign. Then flip the last fraction so the denominator is now the numerator, and the old numerator is now the denominator. Then multiply the numerators by one another then multiply the denominators by one another.

Subject: English

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How do you properly punctuate a sentence with a subordinate clause?

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A comma must follow a subordinate clause. A subordinate clause begins with a subordinate conjunction, like after, once, while, and has a verb and subject. The comma will separate the subordinate clause from the main clause. No subordinate clause can stand alone.

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