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    (Original post by visesh)
    Queens' all the way:p:
    Wow, such use of imagination :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ~Raphael~)
    Wow, such use of imagination :rolleyes:


    I am running on very little food+sleep. :bawling:
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    (Original post by jd27)
    If I could work through a book alone and write an essay at the end, doing research myself, I wouldn't mind. It's the endless picking apart of every word that makes it dull and lifeless.
    Oh God, yes. Shakespeare can stand up to it, and poetry needs to be done like that, but when the book isn't even that good (The Handmiad's Tale, <coughcough>) then it's just plain awful.
    Particularly if you teacher insists on spoon-feeding comments on language throughout the entirity of a play that we actually don't have to make many language comments on.
    Total teaching time of language = many lessons
    Total teaching time of any literary context, examination of themes, historical context, comparison to other works by playwright = no lessons.

    alex -
    *thankful his English UMS mark is high enough to be able to coast through his synoptic paper*
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    (Original post by coldfish)
    You can be posh and Welsh, you strange girl.

    PS We just passed 2,000 posts! w00t!
    try 15925

    that's how many posts in the 2004 thread

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    (Original post by visesh)


    I am running on very little food+sleep. :bawling:
    There is a simple solution to such a situation, you know...





    Amphetamines... :p:
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    (Original post by visesh)


    I am running on very little food+sleep. :bawling:
    Dude, there's a place called the market. And there's another place called the bed...
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    (Original post by Camford)
    Dude, there's a place called the market. And there's another place called the bed...
    meh, i've BEEN in bed and just cant sleep. i think i am too lazy to eat...

    beh friday nights
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    (Original post by coldfish)
    You can be posh and Welsh, you strange girl.

    PS We just passed 2,000 posts! w00t!
    shhh! or i'll do to you what i did to you last night.
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    (Original post by xx_ambellina_xx)
    shhh! or i'll do to you what i did to you last night.
    can i watch?
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    emmm i have no idea what you're talking about but im not going to read through 100 pages to find out! lol
    Anyway, I haven't been on this thread in ages, so hi again everyone!
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    She threatened to slap me. To be fair I did shout at her to shut up. :/

    15,000? Pfft. Plenty of time - you're a year ahead of us yet!
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    (Original post by coldfish)
    She threatened to slap me. To be fair I did shout at her to shut up. :/

    15,000? Pfft. Plenty of time - you're a year ahead of us yet!
    to be fair, i was rather irritating.
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    wooo past 2000!!
    Raph...yeah I think you're Clare or Queens' too!
    Can someone show me how to do the rolling text...thanks :cool:
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    (Original post by coldfish)
    Oh God, yes. Shakespeare can stand up to it, and poetry needs to be done like that, but when the book isn't even that good (The Handmiad's Tale, <coughcough>) then it's just plain awful.
    Particularly if you teacher insists on spoon-feeding comments on language throughout the entirity of a play that we actually don't have to make many language comments on.
    Total teaching time of language = many lessons
    Total teaching time of any literary context, examination of themes, historical context, comparison to other works by playwright = no lessons.

    alex -
    *thankful his English UMS mark is high enough to be able to coast through his synoptic paper*
    The synoptic being the one that can't really be spoonfed... :p:
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    I hope I'm not in a minority when I say that I am really looking forward to the synoptic paper. :eek:
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    (Original post by coldfish)
    PS We just passed 2,000 posts! w00t!
    My baby is growing up! How emotional :bawling:
    I wanna be the one to post the 10000 th post! How old long do u reckon it'll take us to get there? 6 months?
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    (Original post by French Pikachu)
    My baby is growing up! How emotional :bawling:
    I wanna be the one to post the 10000 th post! How old long do u reckon it'll take us to get there? 6 months?
    could be. Took us about 10 months to get 15k.
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    (Original post by Charlottie)
    The synoptic being the one that can't really be spoonfed... :p:
    I wish I'd been spoonfed for any of my AS modules...some help/support in lessons would've ben nice, lol. Ah well... *is annoyed with school* not long left now - my year leaves next friday, what about you? Anyone finished for study leave already?
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    (Original post by White_redrose)
    I wish I'd been spoonfed for any of my AS modules...some help/support in lessons would've ben nice, lol. Ah well... *is annoyed with school* not long left now - my year leaves next friday, what about you? Anyone finished for study leave already?
    Me, me!! Last day of school was last friday (the 13th! eek! :eek: )
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    Iv been off school since not fri past, but the one before- I took early retirement without telling them becuase Iv had exams so early!
 
 
 
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