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Tutor profile: Gary B.

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Gary B.
Online ESL Instructor, Substitute Teacher
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Subject: US History

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What was the purpose for the Declaration of Independence?

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Answer:

The Declaration of Independence was written so Congress could explain its reasons for revolting against the British, one of the most powerful countries at the time.

Subject: English

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When should I use "are" and when should I use "is?"

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Answer:

"Are" is used when the subject of the sentence is: you, we, and they. "Are" is also used when the direct object of the sentence is plural (More than one). I.e: The grapes are red. "Is" is used when the subject of the sentence is: he, she, it. "Is" is also used when the direct object of the sentence is singular (Only one). I.e: The tree is tall.

Subject: MAYA

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What should you ALWAYS keep in mind when modeling a character or object for production?

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Answer:

Create a checklist of everything you want that character or object to do so that you have a model topology that best fits your needs. For example: The character will do exaggerated facial gestures and they'll be dancing like a robot. Maybe the character is in the background and moving for just 5 seconds.

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