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Shannon J.
Former university student mentor, ESL teacher, English major
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Question:

What are the elements of a standard five-paragraph essay?

Shannon J.
Answer:

A standard five-paragraph essay consists of an Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. The Introduction and Conclusion are one paragraph each, while the Body typically consists of three paragraphs. The Introduction should include a thesis statement while each paragraph of the Body should include a topic sentence and supporting points. The Conclusion should summarize the Introduction and Body of the essay and main points.

English as a Second Language
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Question:

What are three common English idioms and their explanation or meaning?

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Answer:

Some common English idioms are: 1. About-face- someone who changes their mind completely 2. Costs an arm and a leg- something is very expensive 3. Between a rock and a hard place- having to choose between two unpleasant options

English
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Question:

What are adjectives and adverbs and what is the difference between the two?

Shannon J.
Answer:

Adjectives and Adverbs are modifiers, meaning they describe another word in a sentence. An adjective describes a noun or pronoun, whereas an adverb describes a verb.

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