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    I'v got an assignment due tomorrow for English Language and like a sodding idiot it slipped my mind since I was busy with Math revision.
    Trouble is the assignment is to cut out a newspaper of your choice, stick it in your English Language books and annotate around it.

    I don't have newspapers and its late now. I can't go out so I don't know what to do. And I don't have a printer either.

    What should I do?? ( P.S leave out any comments that say how much of a slack off I am, I don't need it. If you got nothing useful to say don't say it).
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    (Original post by Oneiropólos)
    I'v got an assignment due tomorrow for English Language and like a sodding idiot it slipped my mind since I was busy with Math revision.
    Trouble is the assignment is to cut out a newspaper of your choice, stick it in your English Language books and annotate around it.

    I don't have newspapers and its late now. I can't go out so I don't know what to do. And I don't have a printer either.

    What should I do?? ( P.S leave out any comments that say how much of a slack off I am, I don't need it. If you got nothing useful to say don't say it).
    I would find an article online, write the title and what it is about in your book and then then write out the sentences that you want to annotate and annotate them that way. Not the most ideal but better than nothing I guess
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    Why don’t you just do everything online? So print screen the article you want from your desktop or laptop or screenshot it onto your phone or tablet. Paste it onto google docs or Microsoft and annotate it like that? If that doesn’t work then download an app where you can annotate things. You can always email your work to your teacher/ put it onto your USB?
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    (Original post by lxlxlee)
    I would find an article online, write the title and what it is about in your book and then then write out the sentences that you want to annotate and annotate them that way. Not the most ideal but better than nothing I guess
    Good idea! Thanks.
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    (Original post by Oneiropólos)
    Good idea! Thanks.
    If it is an English Language assignment, try to focus on reputable organisations and outlets, most notably, the Telegraph, Times or (teachers' favourite) the Guardian.
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    If you have to use a paper, ask the neighbours
    Don’t use today’s, they’ll know it was last minute!
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    (Original post by ns_2)
    If it is an English Language assignment, try to focus on reputable organisations and outlets, most notably, the Telegraph, Times or (teachers' favourite) the Guardian.
    Thanks for the advice!
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    (Original post by sadia2257)
    Why don’t you just do everything online? So print screen the article you want from your desktop or laptop or screenshot it onto your phone or tablet. Paste it onto google docs or Microsoft and annotate it like that? If that doesn’t work then download an app where you can annotate things. You can always email your work to your teacher/ put it onto your USB?
    My teacher wants the work done in paper unfortunately.
    But when the time comes that my teacher allows online work to be submitted I will surely use your method Thanks
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    (Original post by Sammylou40)
    If you have to use a paper, ask the neighbours
    Don’t use today’s, they’ll know it was last minute!
    LOL. gotcha
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    (Original post by Oneiropólos)
    Thanks for the advice!
    No problem, and good luck!
 
 
 
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