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Tutor profile: Andrew H.

Andrew H.
Seminary professor in Latin America

Questions

Subject: Spanish

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Question:

What is the difference between the preterite tense and the imperfect tense in Spanish?

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Answer:

Both the preterite and the imperfect are past tense verb conjugations. The preterite is used to express a completed past action while the imperfect is used to express an action that either repeatedly took place in the past or that began in the past and continues in the present.

Subject: Religious Studies

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What was the defining of event in Biblical history for Israel before the birth of Christ?

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Answer:

The most important event that took place in Israel during the Old Testament was the Exodus. This event is used as a reference point of Israel and a reminder of God's previous work of salvation which offered hope for future salvation in the promised Messiah.

Subject: US History

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How many branches of government does the United States have, what are their names, and why is this separation of powers important?

Andrew H.
Answer:

The United States has three branches of government, the legislative, the judicial, and the executive branches. The legislative branch is the Congress, the judicial branch is the Supreme Court and the executive branch is the President. The separation of the powers provides a system of checks and balances with our government that prevents any one of the three powers from becoming too powerful. This separation helps to maintain the freedoms established in the Constitution by ensuring that the government does not become too powerful.

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