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    Can anybody help on how to develop a A1, A2 or A3 point on question one of the paper?
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    (Original post by jakepearson14)
    Can anybody help on how to develop a A1, A2 or A3 point on question one of the paper?
    Strange question!
    (Pre-Answer) For Question One:
    - Read the question & bullet points
    - Highlight colours that are relevant to bullet points

    (Answer) To det and dev:
    Hard to explain without an example
    Example:
    You are Shiela
    The text is about you and your husband Gerald's holiday to Spain, from Gerald's point of view
    Let's say, for the answer, you need to talk about it from your own point of view for the answer

    In the text your spouse says 'Sheila really loved the water slide'
    Detail would be: 'The ride down the water slide was such a thrill'
    Development would be that plus: 'I was absolutely amazed by the height of the slide, the sheer velocity of the water added to the induced adrenaline rush'

    Make sense? Hope so
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    (Original post by jakepearson14)
    Can anybody help on how to develop a A1, A2 or A3 point on question one of the paper?
    Hi! I moved this thread to the English Study Help forum - you're more likely to get some responses there
 
 
 
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