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hey does anyone know the Nov 2020 question for much ado AQA GCSE xx
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which one you need?
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which one you need?
I thought there would be just one? the one they give you with the extract for GCSE
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hey does anyone know the Nov 2020 question for much ado AQA GCSE xx
Hi if its okay I just wanted to ask you about 'much ado about nothing'. since ur asking for the question I presume you are doing it for GCSE.

Is it easy or difficult? Do you find it interesting?
Im asking bc i am choosing which shakespeare play to do and Im confused between 'romeo and juliet' and 'much ado about nothing'
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Hi if its okay I just wanted to ask you about 'much ado about nothing'. since ur asking for the question I presume you are doing it for GCSE.

Is it easy or difficult? Do you find it interesting?
Im asking bc i am choosing which shakespeare play to do and Im confused between 'romeo and juliet' and 'much ado about nothing'
hiya! I never did Romeo and Juliet - but my friends say it was an easy play to learn. But I found with Much Ado, its also easy to learn. I enjoyed learning it because I feel everyone already knows the story of Romeo and Juliet - it was refreshing to learn something new. Context and AO1 points are also easy for Much Ado - the only thing i find difficult is finding quotes that arent too lengthy to comment on language ( because they are literally speaking the entire time but you will find that problem with both because they are both plays lol).

Its a short play, only 5 acts and quick + easy to read. Context/Ao3 wise, speaking with my friends that did R+J, I feel like there is more to comment on with Much Ado. Hope this helped xx
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hiya! I never did Romeo and Juliet - but my friends say it was an easy play to learn. But I found with Much Ado, its also easy to learn. I enjoyed learning it because I feel everyone already knows the story of Romeo and Juliet - it was refreshing to learn something new. Context and AO1 points are also easy for Much Ado - the only thing i find difficult is finding quotes that arent too lengthy to comment on language ( because they are literally speaking the entire time but you will find that problem with both because they are both plays lol).

Its a short play, only 5 acts and quick + easy to read. Context/Ao3 wise, speaking with my friends that did R+J, I feel like there is more to comment on with Much Ado. Hope this helped xx
it rlly did thanks so much xx
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