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With what? You haven't asked a question.
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It's English language not English languagage ..
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Are you sure you should be taking the subject for A Level?
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With what? You haven't asked a question.
Actually , do you guys have any pdf versions of the textbook or some other notes
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You haven't specified what you require help with - are you in your AS year or A2? There have been reforms in 2015 so the A Levels aren't linear and they are different spec wise. I study the subject with the AQA spec, you haven't mentioned whether you are with OCR or AQA. Judging by the title, I worry about how you even got onto the course.
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The edexcel IAL As level
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The edexcel IAL As level
Yeah but what help DO you require?
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Nobody knows what you are asking here :/
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Yeah but what help DO you require?
Q1 what is grammar?
Q2 what is linguistics?
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Q1 what is grammar?
Q2 what is linguistics?
Q1) Grammar is the topic used to cover a certain part of English Language. It refers to word classes such as nouns and verbs etc. It also explores the syntax (i.e the order of a sentence). In a general term, it explores the structure and the system of the English Language.

Q2) Linguistics is the term used to define the study of a language. Here you explore the language meaning, language form and language in a broad and variable context.

Have you started your A Levels or are you about to?
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Q1) Grammar is the topic used to cover a certain part of English Language. It refers to word classes such as nouns and verbs etc. It also explores the syntax (i.e the order of a sentence). In a general term, it explores the structure and the system of the English Language.

Q2) Linguistics is the term used to define the study of a language. Here you explore the language meaning, language form and language in a broad and variable context.

Have you started your A Levels or are you about to?
Iam about to
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Have you studied it previously like at iGCSE level? I know there is a big jump with IALs and iGCSEs as they aren't similar. Have a look at this http://qualifications.pearson.com/en...ning-materials
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Have you studied it previously like at iGCSE level? I know there is a big jump with IALs and iGCSEs as they aren't similar. Have a look at this http://qualifications.pearson.com/en...ning-materials
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