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Tutor profile: Jennifer R.

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Subject: Writing

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What are the 5 parts of a well-written essay?

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The first part of your essay will be the introduction and it should begin by telling the reader specifically what topic your essay is addressing. The second part of the essay should be the first body paragraph, and it should present the strongest point that proves your thesis statement. The third part of the five-paragraph essay should present the second most compelling argument in support of your thesis. The final body paragraph is the fourth part of the five-paragraph essay, and this section should present your weakest argument in support of your thesis statement. The final part of the five-paragraph essay is the conclusion. This paragraph should restate the thesis statement, but the restatement must not be a duplicate of the thesis statement itself. The conclusion should also summarize the three major points you addressed in each body paragraph.

Subject: Literature

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What are some literary elements in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet?

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The literary elements in Romeo and Juliet are love versus hate and the many forms love takes; its power to challenge hate; the impetuosity of young love; the irrationality of hate and its capacity to destroy love.

Subject: English

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What is the correct way to use "their, there, and they're"?

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Jennifer R.
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There is an adverb meaning that place, but it is also used as a pronoun introducing a clause or sentence.Their is a possessive pronoun and it is used to show ownership of a thing or concept.They’re is a contraction of they are, used as a matter of style or in informal speech and writing.

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