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Any tips on how much linguistic and rhetorical devices you have to include for an A grade? Or what you have to include?
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Any tips on how much linguistic and rhetorical devices you have to include for an A grade? Or what you have to include?
For Language you have to make sure your writing is natural and the techniques don't sound forced - you should be aware of the nouns/verbs etc you are using throughout, but techniques like similes are better once every paragraph or so to make sure it doesn't sound like you're trying to force them in
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Okay thanks!!


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