English Language Paper 2 Into The Void and Climbing The Meije

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does anyone have the questions for this test
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what do you write for question 4
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does anyone have a grade 9 answer for the writing question
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does anyone have a grade 9 answer for the writing question
Do you have the questions for question 4 and 5?
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Do you have the questions for question 4 and 5?
question 4
For this question, you need to refer to the whole of Source A, together with the whole of Source B.

Compare how the writers convey their different feelings and perspectives on their adventures in the mountains.

In your answer, you could: • compare their different feelings and perspectives on their adventures • compare the methods the writers use to convey their feelings and perspectives • support your response with references to both texts.

Source A
Source A is an extract from Touching the Void, in which experienced climber Joe Simpson
describes how he and fellow climber Simon Yates scaled a 21 000 foot mountain in Peru. On
the way down, Joe fell and broke his leg. In this extract, Joe explains how, because of his
broken leg, Simon had to lower him down the mountain using a rope

Source B
In 1899, British explorer Gertrude Bell set out to climb one of the most dangerous mountains in the
Alps, the Meije. Source B is an extract from the letter she sent home describing the climb.
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Do you know what question 5 is by any chance???
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Do you have the questions for question 4 and 5?
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Does anyone have a model answer for question 4 on touching the void and climbing the Meiji?
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Does anyone have a model answer for question 4 on touching the void and climbing the Meiji?
Did u find anything?
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what do you write for question 4
Did u find anything, I have this question tomorrow and I'm kind of stuck
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Did u find anything, I have this question tomorrow and I'm kind of stuck
i have it tomorrow too and still have no idea
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i have it tomorrow too and still have no idea
I only got
source A - bad/ negative experience, hopes to get home, cyclical (pain)
Source B - ends well with only some bruises and soreness, and that it was a successful journey
Do you have anything else I could add?
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I only got
source A - bad/ negative experience, hopes to get home, cyclical (pain)
Source B - ends well with only some bruises and soreness, and that it was a successful journey
Do you have anything else I could add?
source A - negative experience and attitude to everything
source B much more hopeful and optimistic
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