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Tutor profile: Kimberly M.

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Kimberly M.
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Subject: Writing

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How can I increase my word count on my essay?

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Kimberly M.
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You will need to edit to include an elevated vocabulary that suits your comfort level. For example: Search for all of the times you used the word "it". Replace "it" with more descriptive words. This will not only enhance the experience for your reader, but it will also help increase your word count. Would you like to join a session so I can help you with this task?

Subject: Literature

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Can you help me find the main idea in a passage?

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Kimberly M.
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The first thing you must do to find the main idea is to identify the topic. To do this, you will need to review the text for repeated words, phrases, or ideas. Then, we need to summarize what happened in the text in our own words. Would you like to join a session to practice this skill?

Subject: English

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I have questions about Subject/verb agreement I need help with here are the questions Choose the correct form of the verb that agrees with the subject. 1. Susan and her sisterss (is, are) at practice. 2. Either my mother or my father (is, are) leaving for the holidays . 3. The rabbits or the cats (is, are) outside.

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Kimberly M.
Answer:

First, let's make sure we understand the rules for subject/verb agreement. Subjects and verbs have to AGREE with each other in number (singular or plural). That means that if a subject is SINGULAR, its verb must also be SINGULAR; if a subject is PLURAL, its verb must also be PLURAL. In present tenses, nouns and verbs form plurals in opposite ways: nouns ADD an s to the singular form, BUT verbs REMOVE an s from the singular form. Would you like to join a session so we can practice these skills?

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