what grade would I get for this,? I still need to do a conclusion.

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A C, you've explained some of your points well but not others. Theres not enough of it for a A/B.
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A C, you've explained some of your points well but not others. Theres not enough of it for a A/B.
ok, thanks.
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It's looking good, but you would have to write more for a higher grade if this is for an essay or controlled assessment. Perhaps develop ideas further, with embedded quotes. I have just done a controlled assessment on how Steinbeck presents life on the ranch.
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It's looking good, but you would have to write more for a higher grade if this is for an essay or controlled assessment. Perhaps develop ideas further, with embedded quotes. I have just done a controlled assessment on how Steinbeck presents life on the ranch.
Thanks for the advice.and yes I do need to write more as the minimum is 600 words and I have 602.
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Thanks for the advice.and yes I do need to write more as the minimum is 600 words and I have 602.
hey i have an english question for u... u sound smart so i thought i would ask u

how do you think we adapt and use spoken language for: formality, emotion and other lang. features?

PS. had this as homework about 2 years ago when iwas doin gcses, and was going to throw away my english book when i came across it and realised it did quite badly.
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The quality is there. I got a high B at GCSE for both English subjects and mine wasn't as good as that.
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The quality is there. I got a high B at GCSE for both English subjects and mine wasn't as good as that.
Thanks, although I need to make some improvements I am hopeing to get a B .
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Thanks, although I need to make some improvements I am hopeing to get a B .
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I'd say it was a strong B, as you've explained some of your points quite well. I'd definitely advise making more points or explaining some of your points further to get a higher mark!
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ok, thanks.
I did this also a few years ago for GCSE, loved Of Mice and Men I got an A in English Lang and an A in English Lit. For example, saying "This is shown by the quote..." is very basic, rather I would be looking for "This is shown by the declarative sentence...", although you probably don't get taught that sort of vocab until you get to A level. However, using terminology such as that will help show off what you can do
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I did this also a few years ago for GCSE, loved Of Mice and Men I got an A in English Lang and an A in English Lit
Although I dont really like english lit I have quite enjoyed Of Mice and Men.
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I did this also a few years ago for GCSE, loved Of Mice and Men I got an A in English Lang and an A in English Lit. For example, saying "This is shown by the quote..." is very basic, rather I would be looking for "This is shown by the declarative sentence...", although you probably don't get taught that sort of vocab until you get to A level. However, using terminology such as that will help show off what you can do
Thanks, yes I will include that.
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