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A2 English Language B AQA exam structure help!?

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    The title says it all!

    Can anyone help me with a essay structure I can remember for either the language change or acquisition exam, please?

    Last year, for my AS exam some genius on here came up with a great structure which helped me get an A! However, this year, when trying to structure my essays I just end up waffling, instead of being systematic!

    Anyone know any great ideas I could be enlightened with?

    If there is already a thread similar to this, too. I apologise! I've looked all over TSR and can't find anything.

    Thanks
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