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Toni Daly

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

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History

Asked by Richard · 3 years ago

What were some major causes of World War I?

Some long-term causes that had been building for a long time include alliances that would pull countries into battle - before WWI, there were alliances between Japan and Britain, Russia and Serbia, France and Russia, Germany and Austra-Hungary and Britain and France and Belgium. This meant that when Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, Russia got involved to defend Serbia. Germany this saw Rus... more

History

Asked by Micheal · 3 years ago

In what year did Russia leave World War l?

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.

English

Asked by Selina · 3 years ago

What is the longest palindrome?

The longest palindrome in the Oxford English dictionary is tattarrattat.

History

Asked by Annie · 3 years ago

What was SILENT CINEMA? Why was the term somewhat misleading?

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 be silent and instead would also contain musical elements such as piano or the organ.

History

Asked by James · 3 years ago

What was the Scopes Trial?

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-funded schools.

English

Asked by Richard · 3 years ago

Which word is the relative pronoun in the sentence? "The song that was just played is my favorite on the radio?

The five relative pronouns are: who, whom, whose, which and that. So the relative pronoun is ‘that.’

English

Asked by Amelia · 2 years ago

How do I compare peoms ?

Researching the context behind the poems and the poets can be useful when trying to make comparisons. For example, Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath were two famous poets of the 20th century who were married. Their respective collections of poetry provide alternative insights into their troubled relationship and can therefore make for an interesting point of comparison between their works. Form is an... more

History

Asked by James · 3 years ago

What country did Hitler secretly sign a "Non-aggression" pact with that shocked the world?

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

History

Asked by James · 3 years ago

Which three main candidates ran in the 1948 Presidential election?

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

Law

Asked by Anna · 2 months ago

What gcses do you need to become a lawyer?

Hi Anna! I have a Law Degree and can confirm its not the subjects that matter at GCSE, but just your grades. Choosing subject you are genuinely interested in is therefore the preferable option. Even with A-Levels, it is not so much the subjects but the grades. When I was applying to university, I found that many universities were looking for 3 A-Levels at a B or above. Choosing one or two essay... more

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Toni Daly

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

2374Students helped
24Questions answered
£8Per hour