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How did everyone find the paper? How was the transactional?
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How did everyone find the paper? How was the transactional?
It was good Omar, the transactional questions allowed me to talk about the significance of Hull's biodiversity, namely its great crested newt habitats on longhill
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[QUOTE=student0000111;78176824]It was good Omar, the transactional questions allowed me to talk about the significance of Hull's biodiversity, namely its great crested newt habitats on longhill[/QUOTE

still can't believe you used a geography case study in an English exam you sweat
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It was good Omar, the transactional questions allowed me to talk about the significance of Hull's biodiversity, namely its great crested newt habitats on longhill
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