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Tutor profile: Michelle N.

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Michelle N.
ESL Tutor for 3 years
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Subject: English as a Second Language

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How do you know when to use "a" and when to use "an" while speaking?

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Michelle N.
Answer:

This rule is commonly misunderstood. Instead of looking at the initial letter of the word, you should focus on the initial sound. "A" precedes words beginning with a consonant sound while "an" precedes words beginning with a vowel sound. Examples: A dog. An apple. A unicorn. An honor.

Subject: English

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What is a preposition? Give an example.

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Michelle N.
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A preposition is a word or group of words used before a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to show direction, time, place/location, spatial relationships or to introduce an object. An example of a prepositional phrase used in a sentence: "There is a cat [under the table]"

Subject: Digital Media

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What is B-roll (in a video or film)? How is it used in editing?

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Michelle N.
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B-roll is footage that is supplemental or secondary to the primary footage. B-roll in editing is often used as a device to cut away from the main focus of the video and to give the video some variation.

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