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AQA English Lang/Lit Unit 5 - Othello and Texts and Audience watch

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    What did you think? I thought the Othello one was hard, the text thing was easy. I wrote 'even that penny that you pick up for good luck will help make Lucky, a battered and hurt cockerspaniel happy again'.
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    I thought the Othello question was quite a nice one. I choose the 1st one, wish i didnt half way through :confused: . Didnt write much, how much did you write.
    The 2nd question was kool, i wrote my letter from the prespective of the two cats in text B, as a success story.
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    Ooooh, it really wasn't the best paper ever!
    I wrote some quality stuff, but not very much of it. In Othello, I think it lacked breadth .
    Didn't use any of my fantastically complicated English terminology either. All quite basic. Worst thing is that I know all the stuff but didn't find oppotunity to write it in the exam. For the RSPCA thing the actual letter was ok but the commentary was bland.
    I know I have a C at least (not daring to hope for more) but am feeling really miserable because I really enjoy English and always seemed to be able to comment on effects quite well, I was hoping to do better .

    Well, I hope unit 6 will be better.

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    I thought the commentary was the best bit on mine, I did Measure 4 Measure for the first quesion, anybody else take that?
    I have to say I am Sh*tting myself about the unit 6 - its my last exam and i reckon its gonna be the hardest one by far.
 
 
 
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