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Firm believer in inexpensive tutoring. Achieved an A in A-Level English Literature and American Politics. During my time at sixth form, I gained 2 years experience in tutoring English Literature. I worked with both students and teachers in order to build up my experience and make sure that I was as knowledgeable as possible when it came to examinations.

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Liverpool Hope University

Law (2018 - now)

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A Levels - ABB (English, History, Politics) (2016 - 2018)

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Asked by Audrey

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
I know a pathetic fallacy is when the weather represents someone's emotions, but what is the opposite of that?
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Worthy to note that it is when things in nature are given human attributes, e.g. the waves danced.

Asked by Jennie

Maths πŸ’―
Is 1 a prime number?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

1 is not a prime number as in order for a number to be prime it has to be divisible by two distinct integers. 1 is divisible by 1 and itself, but th...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Politics πŸ›
The government of the United Kingdom is an example of which type of monarchy?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

The government of the UK is a constitutional monarchy.

Asked by Leah

Applying for University ✍️
I’ve got no idea on what I want to do or where I want to go after school and the deadlines to most places are in a few weeks :/ any ideas on how to help me decide ΒΏ?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

If there’s a particular course that you think you’re interested in right now, have a look around different unis and see what they offer in relation ...Learn more

Asked by Junayd

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Are is there anyone who could review the first chapter of a book I’m writing?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

I’m really passionate about English Literature so I would love to do this for you :)

Asked by Max

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the subordinate clause in the sentence: "As soon as the doors opened, the crowd pushed into the stadium entrance."?
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A subordinate clause is dependent on the main clause in order to make sense. In this case the subordinate clause is β€œas soon as the doors opened” ...Learn more

Asked by Tim

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What is the difference between a collective noun and a compound noun?
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A collective noun is a noun used to describe a group of people, animals or things, for example: herd, audience, choir etc. A compound noun is when ...Learn more

Asked by Liam

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What is the literary term where the plot goes ahead in time? It is not foreshadowing or flashforward. It is the opposite of flashback?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

This literary device can be called a flashforward or prolepsis.

Asked by Micheal

History πŸ•Œ
Which President established the custom of not seeking a third term?
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Not seeking a third term isn’t a custom or formality - it became part of the US Constitution in 1951. FDR was the first and only president who enjoy...Learn more

Asked by Katie

Maths πŸ’―
How many inches are in a foot?
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Toni Daly

Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

There are 12 inches in a foot.

Asked by Annie

History πŸ•Œ
Who was Churchill?
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Churchill was a Conservative MP who served as Prime Minister of the UK from 1940-1945 and again from 1951-1955. He is most famous for guiding Britai...Learn more

Asked by Benjain

Politics πŸ›
Why the us midterm elections happen 2 years after presidential elections ?
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US midterm elections are called midterms as they are held in the middle of a President’s term. Senators serve for 6 years, with 1/3 of the chamber u...Learn more

Asked by Richard

History πŸ•Œ
In what city and state was the atomic bomb tested?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

The first atomic bomb (The Manhattan Project) was tested in 1945 in Alamogordo, New Mexico.

Asked by David

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
An old lady is staying at a hotel. She is wearing a velvet green dress and red shoes. She receives a knock on her door, the man, upon being being confronted, says β€œSorry, I thought this was my room” the lady called security, why?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

If he truly thought that it was his own hotel room, then he wouldn’t have knocked, therefore she was suspicious.

Asked by Selina

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the longest palindrome?
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The longest palindrome in the Oxford English dictionary is tattarrattat.

Asked by Annie

History πŸ•Œ
What was SILENT CINEMA? Why was the term somewhat misleading?
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It was a genre of film that had no audible dialogue and the term can be seen as misleading because a lot of the time, the films would not actually b...Learn more

Asked by James

History πŸ•Œ
What was the Scopes Trial?
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A case in 1925 in which John T. Scopes was accused of violating the Butler’s Act in Tennessee which made teaching human evolution illegal in state-f...Learn more

Asked by Richard

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Which word is the relative pronoun in the sentence? "The song that was just played is my favorite on the radio?
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The five relative pronouns are: who, whom, whose, which and that. So the relative pronoun is β€˜that.’

Asked by Richard

History πŸ•Œ
What were some major causes of World War I?
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Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

Some long-term causes that had been building for a long time include alliances that would pull countries into battle - before WWI, there were allian...Learn more

Asked by Amelia

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
How do I compare peoms ?
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A mistake that people often make is that they see a metaphor in one poem and a metaphor in the other and compare those together because they’re the ...Learn more

Asked by James

History πŸ•Œ
What country did Hitler secretly sign a "Non-aggression" pact with that shocked the world?
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Toni Daly

Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

He signed a non-aggression pact with the Soviet Union in 1939. It’s also known as the Nazi-Soviet Pact.

Asked by Micheal

History πŸ•Œ
In what year did Russia leave World War l?
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Toni Daly

Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

They started to lay down their arms in 1917 but didn’t completely pull out until the Treaty of Brest-Litvosk with Germany in March 1918.

Asked by James

History πŸ•Œ
Which three main candidates ran in the 1948 Presidential election?
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Toni Daly

Very passionate about English Literature and Politics and current Law student.

Harry Truman ran for the Democrats, Thomas Dewey ran for the Republicans and Strom Thurmond ran for the Dixiecrats.