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    how would you describe a picture of a beach in third person? This is a question from English language paper 1.
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    how would you describe a picture of a beach in third person? This is a question from English language paper 1.
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    how would you describe a picture of a beach in third person? This is a question from English language paper 1.
    He ran straight past the crumbs into shelter, there he was hiding under black slate like structures. Smashing against his home was the sound of drums...

    he- the CRAB
    crumbs- sand
    shelter/black slate like structures- rocks/ small or big u decide
    smashing again his home- the waves...
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    I think I know the picture you mean!
    One suggestion from the exam board is that you circle three or four areas of the picture to focus on. Then, write two or three paragraphs about each, with a discourse marker to signal that your focus has changed.
    E.g.
    "Near the water's edge an exhausted mother looks anxiously for her child. She scans the waves, searching desperately, until her eyes catch sight of his bright green bucket and spade. The loud screech of the seagulls is drowned out momentarily by her harsh cry of his name, as she hurries through the surf to take his hand and lead him to safety....
    Further along the crowded beach an ice-cream kiosk basks in the sunshine. There is a ......"
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    I think I know the picture you mean!
    One suggestion from the exam board is that you circle three or four areas of the picture to focus on. Then, write two or three paragraphs about each, with a discourse marker to signal that your focus has changed.
    E.g.
    "Near the water's edge an exhausted mother looks anxiously for her child. She scans the waves, searching desperately, until her eyes catch sight of his bright green bucket and spade. The loud screech of the seagulls is drowned out momentarily by her harsh cry of his name, as she hurries through the surf to take his hand and lead him to safety....
    Further along the crowded beach an ice-cream kiosk basks in the sunshine. There is a ......"
    Thank You this information is very helpful
 
 
 
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