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    I am wondering on how to write fluently and a essay that is clear and concise. For example, I am good at creative writing however, lately I have been having trouble with writing about a specific novel such as Frankenstein. someone please help me so I can pass my GCSE's. Plus I am very fond of English which is why I want to improve in my essay's.
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    (Original post by Mia123456)
    I am wondering on how to write fluently and a essay that is clear and concise. For example, I am good at creative writing however, lately I have been having trouble with writing about a specific novel such as Frankenstein. someone please help me so I can pass my GCSE's. Plus I am very fond of English which is why I want to improve in my essay's.
    Hiya!
    Though I didn't study Frankenstein, I got an 8 and a 9 in my English GCSEs last year, so hopefully I'll be able to help.
    Have you been taught about the 'PEEL' structure? Though I never really used it and stuck to it strictly, some of my classmates found it useful.
 
 
 
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