English Language AQA Paper 1 Exemplar answers

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I've been looking for some grade 9 exemplar answers for paper 1 question 2 to 4 and can't find any. If anyone could paste a link or send a photo through pm it would be much appreciated or even a checklist/ template structure to follow to achieve full marks would be great!
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I've been looking for some grade 9 exemplar answers for paper 1 question 2 to 4 and can't find any. If anyone could paste a link or send a photo through pm it would be much appreciated or even a checklist/ template structure to follow to achieve full marks would be great!
Hi. Go on to YouTube and there is is a guy called Mr salles teaches english and he models grade 9 answers
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For question 2/3 it would be best to ask your teachers at school, they will have a huge bank of examples. Lots of exemplar stuff on question 4 on Mr Salles and Mr Bruff’s YouTube
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Hi there,

For paper 1, question 2 write 3 PETE paragraphs.
Point
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Technique
Explanation
Sample Paragraph:
In source A, the writer shows immense confusion through nothing being as it seems. This can be seen in the adjective 'deformity'. Here, the reader realises something is wrong. However, the adjective 'deformity', does not provide any charity, if anything, it causes more ambiguity; making the reader question the nature of the 'deformity'. Therefore, it is clear that confusion runs throughout the entire extract.
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Hi. Go on to YouTube and there is is a guy called Mr salles teaches english and he models grade 9 answers
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For question 2/3 it would be best to ask your teachers at school, they will have a huge bank of examples. Lots of exemplar stuff on question 4 on Mr Salles and Mr Bruff’s YouTube
ok I'll check that
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Paper 1 Question 3
Write 3 PETE paragraphs on Structure.
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In source A, the use of cyclical structure creates immense mystery; suspense and ambiguity. The source begins with the 'outline' and ends with the 'outline'. Over the 29 lines, despite the writer describing the setting, these are the things that does not change, in the figure. It is constantly replaced and aware. However, as a reader, we do not learn any extra information it is simply there! Therefore, through the cyclical structure, questions are raised but never answered.
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Hi. Go on to YouTube and there is is a guy called Mr salles teaches english and he models grade 9 answers
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Paper 1 Question 3
Write 3 PETE paragraphs on Structure.
Sample:
In source A, the use of cyclical structure creates immense mystery; suspense and ambiguity. The source begins with the 'outline' and ends with the 'outline'. Over the 29 lines, despite the writer describing the setting, these are the things that does not change, in the figure. It is constantly replaced and aware. However, as a reader, we do not learn any extra information it is simply there! Therefore, through the cyclical structure, questions are raised but never answered.
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