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Tutor profile: Jordan D.

Jordan D.
Graduate Student with Tutoring experience

Questions

Subject: American Sign Language

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Question:

When asking yes/no questions, should your eyebrows go up or down?

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Answer:

When asking yes/no questions in ASL, the signer's eyebrows should go up. This helps a conversational partner to understand the meaning of the question. This is very similar to the inflection we use at the end of our sentences when asking a question!

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

Jordan went to the store to get dog food for her 2 dogs. If she needs 6 bags of food, and they cost $15.75 a piece, how much money will she need to buy the food?

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Answer:

To buy all 6 bags of dog food, Jordan will need $94.50 + tax to complete her purchase.

Subject: English

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Question:

List 5 literary devices and give examples for each one. Why are literary devices important in English/Writing?

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Answer:

Simile: "She was as hungry as a cow." Metaphor: "The girl was a rose, beautiful, graceful, and fragrant." Hyperbole: "I have been waiting a million years for this!" Personification: "The car coughed and sputtered as it ran out of gas." Onomatopoeia: "Next to my ear, a bee was buzzing by." Literary devices are the building blocks of literature and create dynamics for readers. Without literary devices, writing would be bland! These devices allow for writers to be creative and make their own unique pieces of art.

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