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Has anyone got any tips on how to answer questions 5 or 6 without being too cliché? I never know what to write about, especially when it comes to writing to describe!
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Hi what board is this, my exam only goes up to 4 questions on the reading paper and 2 on the writing paper, maybe you should say what the questions are?
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Hi what board is this, my exam only goes up to 4 questions on the reading paper and 2 on the writing paper, maybe you should say what the questions are?
Oh right sorry! It's AQA higher tier.

For question 5 we have to either write to describe, inform or explain.
For question 6 we either persuade or argue.
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Oh right sorry! It's AQA higher tier.

For question 5 we have to either write to describe, inform or explain.
For question 6 we either persuade or argue.
Oh OK I do WJEC, I have a textbook from the board that explains what they want us to do for each question do you have anything like that?
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on the comprehension part of language exam (WJEC) SPAG is not counted so my teacher told us to reuse phrases like ''this suggests, implies, it shows, this brings forward the idea...'' etc. if that is what Q 5 and 6 is for you. i wouldnt worry about being cliche
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