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Tutor profile: Cadence P.

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Cadence P.
Straight A English Major with Career Writing Experience
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Place correct punctuation in this sentence: "I dont want to go to school today I would rather stay home"

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Answer:

"I don't want to go to school today, I would rather stay home."

Subject: Study Skills

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Maisy is trying to study for an up-coming English test, but is having trouble figuring out where to begin. What are at least 5 things Maisy can do to begin preparation for her exam?

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Maisy can contact her teacher to ask if they can tell her about what will be on the exam, the format of the exam, and/or if there is a study guide or any online resources they know about. She can compile her notes, even compare notes with a friend, and begin re-writing them so that the information absorbs better. Maisy can also quiz herself using Quizlet, a friend, or creating test questions herself.

Subject: English

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Question:

What is one main theme in the book "Midnight's Children" by Salmon Rushdie, and what are three pieces of evidence from the text that support this?

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Answer:

One theme throughout the book "Midnight's Children" by Salmon Rushdie is depicting postcolonial India through the lens of magical realism. Rushdie does this by positing that the book's narrator, Saleem, is the human embodiment of India, using the idea of children born on the day of India's independence to possess superpowers, and creating a parallel between the magical children's struggles and the struggles of India as a whole during postcolonial times.

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