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Tutor profile: Preston T.

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Preston T.
English Teaching Assistant at Fulbright Comission Brazil
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Subject: US History

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What was the Great Depression and how did the US goverment respond to the Great Depression?

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Preston T.
Answer:

The Great Depression was the worst world wide economic downturn, depression, that began in 1929 and lasted until 1939. President Franklin D. Roosevelt created "The New Deal" as a response to the Great Depression. The New Deal was a series of programs, public work projects, financial reforms and regulations enacted in the United States 1933-35.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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Examine the following sentence and identify which word is the subject and which word is the verb: My cellphone keeps ringing.

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The word, "cellphone", is the subject. The word, "ringing", is the verb.

Subject: Anthropology

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What is the difference between an Emic and Etic perspective?

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An Emic perspective referes to an "insider's" cultural perspective of a certain group of people whereas an Etic perspective refers to an "outsider's" cultural perspective of a certain group of people.

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