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Tutor profile: Sarah Y.

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Sarah Y.
MFA, Creative Writing Candidate. USC, Narrative Studies Alumni.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Change the following sentence from passive voice to active voice. Jack was chased by his neighbor's unfriendly dog.

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Answer:

The neighbor's unfriendly dog chased Jack.

Subject: Literature

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In Sandra Cisneros' "House on Mango Street," our main character Esperanza narrates the story for the reader. What is this literary point of view called?

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Answer:

First person point of view.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Question:

Let's break down some basic sentence structure and vocabulary. I went to the park with my dog.

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Answer:

In Spanish: "Yo fui a el parque con mi perro." The subject would be "I", or in Spanish, "Yo." "Went" is the verb, or "Fui." That's past tense, since you already did it! "A El Parque" is "To The Park." That's the prepositional phrase. It helps explain what you're doing. "Con mi perro." That's also a prepositional phrase! These sentences translate over almost exactly word for word.

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