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Why is it 'me gusta' and not 'me gusto'?

There are two types of verbs in Spanish- the regular ones, as we have seen and then we have verbs that function in different ways. Me gusta = means literally 'it pleases me', in other words 'I like' If you say 'me gusto' it means 'I like myself', which is also fine! But it may not be what you want to say. 'Me gusta el chocolate' is 'I like chocolate. 'Me gustan los elefantes' is 'I like elephants' Let's look at the differences between these two to understand how the verb functions.
Farah A.

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Studies Conference Interpreting at Manchester (Computer Science)

How do i answer source based questions?

A source based question would often times go something like 'use the source and your own knowledge to explain what Source A tells you about...?' First of all, you will need to have background knowledge on what the source addresses. For example if the source looks at Hitler and Nazi Germany, you would need to have background knowledge on Hitlers reign and how he impacted Germany. Once you've gotten this covered, you will need to critically analyse the source and look at it in terms of reliability, the usefulness and also the objective of the source.Lastly it also important to back up the points that you make with evidence which will be gotten from your background knowledge.
Sara A.

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Studies Social Policy at Leeds

What is the difference between narrative and descriptive essays?

The objective of narrative questions is to describe a sequence of events in order to tell a story. A narrative would be for example telling a story about your first day in Year 11. A descriptive essay on the other hand does not necessarily recount a story line. Rather, a descriptive uses 'sensory detail' in order to describe a scene, a feeling or person. The writer in this paints a very colour picture. Descriptive essays are often quite detailed and focused on that particular thing. For more information you can visit this helpful site! https://classroom.synonym.com/narrative-vs-descriptive-writing-1043.html
Sara A.

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Studies Social Policy at Leeds

How do i structure my personal statement

As many people say, your personal statement is the 'most important essay' you'll ever write. This may be true, but you have nothing to worry about, especially when you have an a good structure to your work. Just like any other essay, your personal statement should have an introduction, main body and a conclusion.The introduction is a very important part of your work, think of it as a first impression. When you meet someone new, you want to make a good first impression right? Think of your introduction like that. Your introduction is supposed to be engaging and immediately capture the readers attention. You can start with a quote. You can start with statistics as well, show the reader what has ignited the fire to study your course.Your main body is the bulk of your essay and should include things like any work experience, the subjects you took, any co-curricular activities and how these have helped prepare you for university. Your conclusion is very important as well, in this you can talk about how getting admission would impact you and benefit your educational journey
Sara A.

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Studies Social Policy at Leeds

What is epigenetic?

Epigenetics describes those modifications in gene expression that do not alter the genetic sequence. The DNA sequence by itself means nothing without the external inputs that influence and regulates the expression of the different RNA encoded. Gene regulation is a dynamic process inside the cell, it is very important for it to survive, as it helps to adapt the cellular network in a specific and long-term manner, some inputs on early developmental phases will determinate the fate the cell will commit to. More fascinating is to understand how the disturbance of this balance leads to disease in the human body, or how we can use the cellular network in order to benefit from it.
Irene B.

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Studies Genes, Environment & Development in Psychology & Psychiatry at Kings, London

Solve the following equation: x^2 + 6x + 8 = 0

There are two ways to solve a quadratic equation such as this. The method we will user here is to convert the equation to look like this: (x + a) * (x + b) = 0 where a and b are constants (i.e. they are equal to a specific number)
Given that the right hand side of both equations is zero, we can conclude that the left hand side of both equations are equal. If we multiply the two brackets in the second equation together, we get the following: x*x + x*b + a*x + a*b = 0This can be simplified to the following: x^2 + (a+b)x + (a*b) = 0
By comparing this to our original equation, we can see that (a+b) =6, and (a*b) = 8.In this case, these are simple equations. We know that 4 + 2 = 6, and 4*2 = 8.This means that the original equation can be written as: (x + 4) * (x + 2) = 0That means that at least one of the two terms within the brackets is equal to zero, so either x = -4 or x = -2.
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Studies Naval Architecture at Southampton

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