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Tutor profile: Alex H.

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Subject: Gender Studies

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What is the purpose of General studies and interdisciplinary studies in a university setting.

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As the world demands more well rounded individuals to solve complex problems and work in more ever-changing environments, General studies and interdisciplinary studies allow students and professionals to master subjects often not taught together. This allows these individuals to taylor their education to meet the needs of their profession, or specific research plans.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Please explain the difference between the the words your, and you're. Are there any differences in pronunciation between your and you're? Please use each word in a sentence.

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We use "your" to indicate that something belongs to "you", the person you are speaking to directly, or the grammatical second person. For example: "These are your shoes". We use "You're" as the combination of two words "you are" which indicates that the person you are speaking to directly, or the grammatical second person is or is doing something. For example "You're too close to me" or " You're moving too close to me".

Subject: English

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Please explain the use of paragraphs, points, and evidence when creating an essay or paper's structure to the best of your ability.

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Paragraphs are used to separate the introduction, body, and conclusion of a paper. Each paragraph in the body of an essay should encompass one major subject containing a number of points on the subject, and followed by their supporting evidence or commentary. Paragraphs are an intuitive way to indicate to the reader that the subject has shifted, and that new points are being explored, or that the paper is beginning or ending.

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