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Tutor profile: William L.

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William L.
Pre-Service English Teacher / Writing Tutor of 4 Years
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Subject: Writing

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What are the different parts to a paragraph?

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Answer:

When writing a paragraph, there are a few different structures you could use to write one. One in particular is TREES, which stands for: Topic Reason Evidence Explanation Summary sentence. Using this structure, you can be sure to have all the components for a strongly written paragraph.

Subject: Literature

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When looking at the poem, The Red Wheelbarrow, by William Carlos Williams, what is the significance of imagery as a literary element?

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In The Red Wheelbarrow, the simplistic image of a red wheelbarrow is used as a focal point of the poem. Williams takes the image of this plain wheelbarrow and makes it extraordinary, giving significance to the red wheelbarrow.

Subject: English

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What is a subject-verb agreement?

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A subject-verb agreement is when the subject and verb of the sentence match in number and tense. For example, in the sentence, "The fox runs across the field," the subject, "fox," and the verb, "runs," both are present tense and singular. Whereas, "The foxes run across the field," the subject and verb, "foxes" and "run," are plural and present tense. Remember when there are multiple subjects and verbs within the same sentence, they all need to agree in tense and number.

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