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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Yeah, that's right but it took me forever...
    Really? Haha why so long? Stoicheometry is probably the easiest bit of chemistry
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Really? Haha why so long? Stoicheometry is probably the easiest bit of chemistry
    :dontknow: because I had a 4 on the H2O
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :dontknow: because I had a 4 on the H2O
    Well it does get a bit easier with practice :yep:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Well it does get a bit easier with practice :yep:
    She made us do the ionic equations to loads of hydroxides and acids... When the final answer would always be:

    H+ + OH- ---> H2O

    :unimpressed:
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    YEAR 13'S! HELP ME PLEASE! http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2465604
    would really appreciate it! Thanks
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    How could you read that **** for pleasure?:lolwut: stupid book

    :woo:
    It's a beautiful text

    Anyway, I decided to do history and biology homework today, and read tomorrow

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    It's a beautiful text

    Anyway, I decided to do history and biology homework today, and read tomorrow

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    :zomg:

    I need to intervene. Finish The Bloody Chamber because it's immense, then Wuthering Heights because it's awesome, then Macbeth. I've never read Macbeth :beard:

    That reminds me, Maths homework time...
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    It's a beautiful text

    Anyway, I decided to do history and biology homework today, and read tomorrow

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    Rubbish plot, rubbish characters, rubbish analysis

    Fair enough, homework is so :unimpressed:
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    I miss learning, I want to start now :sad:
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    I miss learning, I want to start now :sad:
    You don't have long to wait! How are you feeling?
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    :zomg:

    I need to intervene. Finish The Bloody Chamber because it's immense, then Wuthering Heights because it's awesome, then Macbeth. I've never read Macbeth :beard:

    That reminds me, Maths homework time...
    Oooh I will do, I've been really enjoying it so far! it's a very clever book indeed. And yes, Wuthering Heights is magnificent, my teacher is crazy about it! You should give Macbeth a go when you have the time, hopefully you'd like it

    Have fun :ahee:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Rubbish plot, rubbish characters, rubbish analysis

    Fair enough, homework is so :unimpressed:
    No way! I love the plot, I'm not massively keen on the characters, I'll give you that...Lady Macbeth especially, she irritates me :lol: But Macbeth is a great character, I love his soliloquy's, they're wonderful

    I hate homework so much, most of the time it's useless for me anyway!
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    No way! I love the plot, I'm not massively keen on the characters, I'll give you that...Lady Macbeth especially, she irritates me :lol: But Macbeth is a great character, I love his soliloquy's, they're wonderful

    I hate homework so much, most of the time it's useless for me anyway!
    I like the death at the end :mmm:

    I had to analyse their relationship throughout certain scenes... So boring

    Same! This is so pointless for me

    Geography homework is so much, and it's my most boring one :mad:
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Oooh I will do, I've been really enjoying it so far! it's a very clever book indeed. And yes, Wuthering Heights is magnificent, my teacher is crazy about it! You should give Macbeth a go when you have the time, hopefully you'd like it

    Have fun :ahee:
    Yeah it is! Which is your favourite story? Haha, I love Wuthering Heights - I find the characters both repulsive and oddly likeable at the same time. I think I love it most because of the setting, what with me living so close to the moors. :love:

    I think I might give it a go once I finish The Beautiful and Damned, I love Shakespeare.
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    (Original post by Pandora.)
    You don't have long to wait! How are you feeling?
    I'm really scared, but really excited. Most friends are leaving this weekend with the exception of 4

    Getting impatient but it has come around so quickly.

    Very mixed emotions in short
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    She made us do the ionic equations to loads of hydroxides and acids... When the final answer would always be:

    H+ + OH- ---> H2O

    :unimpressed:

    I don't even get what you mean haha
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    Yeah it is! Which is your favourite story? Haha, I love Wuthering Heights - I find the characters both repulsive and oddly likeable at the same time. I think I love it most because of the setting, what with me living so close to the moors. :love:

    I think I might give it a go once I finish The Beautiful and Damned, I love Shakespeare.
    I still have a couple left, but I really like The Lady of the House of Love! Of course, it's very strange, but I think it's beautifully written, the language is lovely too. How about you? Yeah I know what you mean! The setting is perfect, I really wish I could go to the moors, I imagine it being so atmospheric ! I'm so jealous

    Oh how are you finding that? It sounds amazing, is it worth reading? But yeah, go for it I do too, though I wasn't massively keen on A Midsummer Night's Dream :dontknow:

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    I do too, though I wasn't massively keen on A Midsummer Night's Dream :dontknow:

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    I played the Indian boy in that in primary school :awesome:
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    I still have a couple left, but I really like The Lady of the House of Love! Of course, it's very strange, but I think it's beautifully written, the language is lovely too. How about you? Yeah I know what you mean! The setting is perfect, I really wish I could go to the moors, I imagine it being so atmospheric ! I'm so jealous

    Oh how are you finding that? It sounds amazing, is it worth reading? But yeah, go for it I do too, though I wasn't massively keen on A Midsummer Night's Dream :dontknow:

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    Ahh, me too! I love that one. I can't say I particularly loved the last few stories but they were still very good. It's beautiful to look at but there are loads of sheep just lazing across the roads when I go. I can't say that has the same wild, passionate effect on me that Wuthering Heights does :lol:

    I'm not sure just yet. It's not as instant as The Great Gatsby but the imagery is still amazing. I'm hoping it'll be great once I get into it. Hmm, I've never read A Midsummer Night's Dream in full but it didn't really grab me from what I have read. Much Ado is far and away my favourite. :awesome:
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    I don't even get what you mean haha
    Ionic equation for hydroxide + an acid is always the same

    (Original post by usycool1)
    I played the Indian boy in that in primary school :awesome:
    That made me laugh more than it should have :sigh:
 
 
 
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