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English language GCSE (higher)

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    Will you fail if you didn't write 'dear sir/madam' or 'yours sincerely' in today's Q5 ?

    Mr Bruff said you won't lose marks for it so idk

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    Will you fail if you didn't write 'dear sir/madam' or 'yours sincerely' in today's Q5 ?
    I did WJEC so I don't know the question, but forgetting one small thing like that won't single-handedly make you fail. You will lose one mark at most, but I doubt you'll even lose that.

    it is an important feature of a letter style of writing, you wont lose too many, but it will effect the overall apperance of your writing by not beginning it and ending it in that way

    Hey i am new to this forum and i was just wondering what I need to get a b if my coursework was 69-80

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