# Omaria Haq

Seasoned tutor and undergraduate at University of Wolverhampton

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Maths

Asked by Fatima · 2 years ago

How to prepare for a Spanish speaking exam? What do they ask and how to answer? Please respon?

I would definitely recommend studying the relevant vocab, expressions, and grammar lessons within the topics of your speaking exam. Try to make a sentence (and practice out loud) for each vocab word included in the section. I would also read out loud all the lessons included in the section, so that you are comfortable and familiar with the topics. If there are any dialogues included in your exam t... more

English

Asked by Caterina · 2 years ago

Who knows any techniques to memorize fast words in a new language?

Practice, practice & practice! Speak to others in the language you are learning as much as possible. Record yourself and listen back to this whilst doing mundane tasks (e.g cleaning or driving) Use apps like Quizlet to create flash cards and revisit these every night before sleeping or early in the morning

English

Asked by Caterina · 2 years ago

Who knows any techniques to memorize fast words in a new language?

Practice, practice & practice! Speak to others in the language you are learning as much as possible. Record yourself and listen back to this whilst doing mundane tasks (e.g cleaning or driving) Use apps like Quizlet to create flash cards and revisit these every night before sleeping or early in the morning

Physics

Asked by Lexi · 2 years ago

A toy car slides down a slope. If the top of the slope is 2m higher than the foot of the slope, how fast will the car be moving when it reaches the foot? (Assume that all of its g.p.e is transformed to k.e?

Assuming there are no energy losses due to friction or drag, the gravitational potential energy will change into kinetic potential energy as the car reaches the bottom of the slope. G.P.E = m*g*h K.E = (m*v^2)/2 where m = mass of toy car (kg) g = gravity (m/s^2) h = heigh of your car from the bottom (m) v = velocity of the toy car as it reaches the bottom (m/s) Equate K.E to G.P.E G.P.E =... more

# Omaria Haq

Seasoned tutor and undergraduate at University of Wolverhampton

2877Students helped