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I'm currently writing an English Reflective essay on my experience training for a charity boxing event I did last year.

I used a line of "One. One, Two. One, Two, Three." to describe the repetition of the training and routine. My tutor's feedback for my first draft suggested I try and implement this into the structure of my whole essay, but I am struggling to figure out how to actually do this in practise.

Would anyone be able to suggest any generic examples of how I could do this within sentence and paragraph structure?

Not entirely sure that makes sense but hopefully it is enough to get something!

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