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Tutor profile: Sarah B.

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Sarah B.
English language teacher and graduate student with background in writing
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

How could this sentence be made stronger? "Since 2020, the world has faced many challenges, including the global pandemic and conflicts between nations, and right now Americans are facing record-high gas prices as they begin to travel more and return to work."

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Answer:

This is a run-on sentence. Breaking it into two sentences is an effective way to make this writing stronger and easier to read. For example: "Since 2020, the world has faced many challenges, including the global pandemic and conflicts between nations. Right now, Americans are facing record-high gas prices as they begin to travel more and return to work."

Subject: English

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True or false: English language students can attain proficiency the fastest by reading as much English writing as possible.

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Sarah B.
Answer:

False: Although reading is important, research shows that students benefit from active participation in the language. This means English students should speak and write English often, in addition to listening and reading.

Subject: Communication

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Why is it preferable for companies to space out the amount and frequency of their email communications to customers and subscribers?

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Sarah B.
Answer:

If companies send out multiple news items in succession or too frequently, subscribers may be frustrated or feel bombarded with the communication, leading them to unsubscribe.

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