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Tutor profile: Mario C.

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Mario C.
Master in TESOL with 12 + years of experience.as an ESL and Spanish teacher
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Subject: TOEFL

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Question:

Complete the phrases with the corresponding modal verb. I ______ rather listen to country music than to jazz. should // will // would George takes tennis lessons. He ______ play tennis. can // may // might

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Answer:

I WOULD rather listen to country music than to jazz. George takes tennis lessons. He CAN play tennis.

Subject: Spanish

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The verbs Ser and Estar both mean To Be, please provide a brief explanation about when to use one or the other.

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Answer:

We use SER for description, occupation, characteristics, time ,origin, relationships, and possession. On the other hand, we use ESTAR for position, location, action, condition, and emotion.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is the main difference between the use of the past simple vs past continuous?

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We use past simple to describe events that took place in a specific moment in the past, meanwhile, we use the past continuous to describe actions that were already in progress in the past For example, I cooked dinner yesterday (past simple ). My dad was cleaning the house all morning. (past continuous )

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