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    The mark scheme I have attached is for the CIE IGCSE Language Reading Paper, for the first question which usually involves writing a letter.
    If I sign off a letter to a friend with "yours sincerely" instead of something like "see you soon", would I lose a mark?
    Also, for the third bullet point of the first question, which usually involves a lot of imagination, if my ideas are completely different from everyone else and probably wrong, BUT all my other content is excellent what band would I be placed in for content according to the mark scheme?

    I know it is hard to tell because you haven't read my paper, but I am really worrying about this. Someone please stop me worrying?!?! I am begging!


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