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can someone please give me tips on how to do a good paper 1 (language and the individual ) exam .
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1. Make sure that you use terminology - semantic field, subordinate clause, synthetic personalisation, abstract noun, adverbial phrase etc.

2. Focus on the representation of the topic, and the medium. E.g. for a web article about Adele, explain how Adele is presented and also how the website presents itself (fun? entertaining? trustworthy?)

3. Refer to the context. Who was the text written for? How does the text reflect this?

A sample response should sound something like 'The adverbial phrase "with a smile on her face" suggests that her answer is not meant to be taken seriously, representing her as someone who is relaxed and confident in herself.

For the comparison, explain the reasons for the differences. For example, how do they differ in formality? Give examples. Explain why one is more formal than the other. Are they in first or third person? Why?
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1. Make sure that you use terminology - semantic field, subordinate clause, synthetic personalisation, abstract noun, adverbial phrase etc.

2. Focus on the representation of the topic, and the medium. E.g. for a web article about Adele, explain how Adele is presented and also how the website presents itself (fun? entertaining? trustworthy?)

3. Refer to the context. Who was the text written for? How does the text reflect this?

A sample response should sound something like 'The adverbial phrase "with a smile on her face" suggests that her answer is not meant to be taken seriously, representing her as someone who is relaxed and confident in herself.

For the comparison, explain the reasons for the differences. For example, how do they differ in formality? Give examples. Explain why one is more formal than the other. Are they in first or third person? Why?
thank you very much, this is very informative
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