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Jenn N.
Tutor for one semester at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette (fall 2015)
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Writing
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Question:

When should I use a semicolon?

Jenn N.
Answer:

You should use it to split a run-on sentence. Or you can use it to have two similar ideas follow each other in one line.

Literature
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Question:

What was the tone or style that The Waves, by Virginia Woolf, was written in, ?

Jenn N.
Answer:

It is a stream-of-consciousness narrative, the tone is often melancholic, wistful, and reflective. Woolf wrote it through the eyes of various characters: Rhoda, Susan, Jinny, Bernard, Neville, and Louis. All of them have a prolonged monologue that allows us to understand their past and present and how they're connected.

English
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Question:

What is the function of a preposition?

Jenn N.
Answer:

A preposition links noun, phrases and pronouns to other words in a sentence; the word or phrase following the preposition is called the object of the preposition. The function of the preposition is to indicate the time/space or logical relationship of its object to the rest of the sentence. Example: The eraser is 'on' the desk.

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