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    ok say i have grouped the texts because of the formality and the context of the texts, then what do i do??

    what do i have to talk about??

    say if ive grouped them because of the dialect used, what do i write about because it has to be like a page long talking about the group??

    I DONT UNDERSTAND WHAT I HAVE TO TALK ABOUT THE GROUP I HAVE CHOSEN!!!!! PLEASE HELP :-(
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    ok say i have grouped the texts because of the formality and the context of the texts, then what do i do??

    what do i have to talk about??

    say if ive grouped them because of the dialect used, what do i write about because it has to be like a page long talking about the group??

    I DONT UNDERSTAND WHAT I HAVE TO TALK ABOUT THE GROUP I HAVE CHOSEN!!!!! PLEASE HELP :-(
    My suggested structure is as follows:

    1) Group for something different & interesting
    2) Explain this group - e.g, if you have grouped for pronouns, you start with pronouns
    3) You can then use this as building blocks for discussing other differences, but try to make close analysis and not ramble.

    As a tip, grouping for context alone will stop you reaching a higher band for the groupings AO (out of 16) as every text has a context - it needs to be much more specific.
    The same for grammar - grouping for grammar is good, but what aspect of grammar? all texts have grammar.

    Hope this helps. The examiners are looking for innovative groupings with tentative comments.
 
 
 
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