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Where do you do the planning for section B of the exam? Also, is writing to argue and writing to persuade the same thing?
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Where do you do the planning for section B of the exam? Also, is writing to argue and writing to persuade the same thing?
Hiya! I moved this thread to the English Exams forum for you - you're more likely to get a response here You could also have a look around the other thread in the forum for revision tips for English.
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no, argue is stating your point and justifying it and persuade is trying to get someone to agree with you relate

i dont plan, just write...
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But surely you're allowed to plan?
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