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Subject: Spanish

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What is the difference between a possessive pronoun and a possessive adjective?

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In Spanish, just like in English, the possessive pronoun takes the place of a subject. The possessive adjective, on the other hand, merely modifies the noun. Words like "mio," "tuyo," and "suyo" replace the need for a noun that has already been mentioned. Words like "mi," "tu," and "su" modify nouns by indicating possession. Since possessive pronouns take the place of actual nouns, they will almost always be preceded by articles like "el," "la," "los," or "las."

Subject: Writing

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What is the purpose of good syntax in a paragraph?

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Maintaining a consistent voice in your writing will make your work flow much more naturally and comprehensively. The proper arrangement of words and phrases can make a world of a difference to the final product. One tip to ensure good syntax is to read your sentences out loud and ask yourself if there is intellectual and factual flow throughout your writing.

Subject: Religious Studies

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What are the main differences between the inclusivist, exclusivist, and pluralistic religious viewpoints?

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The three most common religious viewpoints of exclusivism, inclusivism, and pluralism are all concerned with salvation insofar as this can be attained through any given religious tradition. For example, a religion that considers itself exclusivist believes that salvation can only be attained within that same tradition, and that salvation cannot be attained outside of membership. An inclusivist viewpoint holds that all traditions are striving towards the same truth, but one tradition in particular has special claim to "The Truth." Lastly, a pluralistic viewpoint holds that salvation can be attained regardless of religious membership, and all religions have equal claim to eternal "Truths."

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