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Kaitlin L.
Recent graduate (MA in English Language and Literature) with over three years of tutoring experience in writing and linguistics.
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Writing
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Question:

What is the best way to transition from one paragraph to the next in an essay?

Kaitlin L.
Answer:

When transitioning from one paragraph to the next, it is important to make reference to the previous paragraph when starting a new one. For example, you may be discussing favorite vacation spots in one paragraph, and in the next, you may decide to discuss favorite foods. To transition between the first paragraph on favorite vacation spots to the next paragraph on favorite foods, you may use the first sentence of the second paragraph (the topic sentence) to mention favorite foods eaten at one of your favorite location spots. This way, the transition is made a bit more smooth.

Literature
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Question:

Who wrote the Old English epic Beowulf?

Kaitlin L.
Answer:

The author of Beowulf remains unknown, but what is known about him is that he was an Anglo-Saxon poet. He is referred to as the "Beowulf poet" by medievalist scholars.

Linguistics
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Question:

What is the difference between the theta [Θ] and the eth [ð] in the International Phonetic Alphabet?

Kaitlin L.
Answer:

While the place of articulation and manner of articulation are the same, the theta [Θ] is voiceless while the eth [ð] is voiced. This is the only difference between the two consonants.

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