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AQA English GCSE Spoken Language

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    Hi I'm doing AQA English and we have our speaking exam soon. The topic I have chose is Girls will always have fewer choices than boys. I'm unsure on what to speak about? Does anyone have any ideas? If I have chosen this topic am I allowed to go opposed of it and say that the choices have considerably improved and are on the way to equalling out?

    Hiya! I moved this into the English forum for you - you're more likely to get a reply here
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