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Tutor profile: Evan S.

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Evan S.
Senior Literature and Writing Student at the College of Charleston
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Write out two sentences with the same subject, but make one a compound sentence, and one a compound-complex sentence.

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Examples Compound sentence: "I went to school, and came home after." "My brother is tall, but my mother is short." Compound-Complex: "When I finished school, I went home because I was hungry."

Subject: Literature

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What word or phrase could be used to describe the narrator in Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man?" a. Omniscent b. Central, or First Person c. Third Person d. Unreliable

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The answer is a, Central. While the narrator remains without a name for the entirety of the novel, he is otherwise straightforward in detailing the story of his own life, and while he does not have a name, he is reliable and speaking from a first-person point of view.

Subject: English

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Question:

Which part of the following sentence serves as the modifier? "I am going to visit my friend who drove to Charleston today."

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The answer is "who drove to Charleston today." The modifier of a sentence functions as an adverb or adjective that provides additional information about the subject of a sentence. In this case, the subject is "my friend" and the modifier, which presents more information about the friend, would be "who drove to Charleston today."

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