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Tutor profile: Alyssa L.

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Subject: American Sign Language

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How is American Sign Language different from English?

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American Sign Language (ASL) is completely different from the English Language. ASL has different grammar structure, social cues, and context. ASL is considered a high context language, meaning you must actively pay attention to the person speaking in order to comprehend what is going on. English on the other hand is a low context language, meaning it does not take much to understand what the other person is saying. It does not take much to hear.

Subject: Linguistics

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How can you break down a sentence in any language to understand its structure?

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You can use something called a language tree. You separate the sentence through its individual structure and syntax.

Subject: Film and Theater

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According to Aristotle, who was the first actor to ever appear on stage?

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Thespis, a Greek poet, was considered the first actor on stage. Thespis is also considered to be the inventor of tragedy. The term thespian, meaning actor, is derived from his name.

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