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Anton H.
Spanish Tutor, w/ a dash of Portuguese.
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Spanish
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Question:

How would you introduce yourself to others in Spanish?

Anton H.
Answer:

Hola, me llamo Anton. Tengo 27 años y me encanta viajar. Tengo ganas de enseñar lo que sé sobre el idioma de español con otros. He vivido en otros países hispanohablantes y tengo experiencia en culturas diferentes, en América Latina y Europea.

Basic Math
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Question:

What is the correct order of operations for the problem: 5 + 10 / 2 - 1 x 5 - 2 = ??

Anton H.
Answer:

Since there are no parentheses or exponents in the equation, the first order to operate is the multiplication of "1 x 5" to get the product of 5. Next, we divide "10 / 2" to get 5. Then we are left with an equation that reads: 5 + 5 - 5 - 2 =. Before arriving at subtraction, the next step is addition. Therefore we go ahead and add "5 + 5" to get a sum of 10. The equation now reads: 10 - 5 - 2 =. The last steps are to subtract the "5" from "10" to get 5, and then subtract the "2" from that difference of 5 to get a difference of 3. Final answer is 3!

English as a Second Language
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Question:

What is the difference between "their," "there," and "they're"?

Anton H.
Answer:

"Their" refers to the possessive of he/she/it/they. "There" signifies a place or general location. "They're" is a contraction of the words: "they" and "are."

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