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Quotesss!!

Good morning,
I am in year eleven with two weeks until GCSE'S.
And recently I have started making up quotes which is problematic, as I am convinced these are real quotes.

For example I made up a quote about lady macbeth's death in an essay earlier this week, then I made up a quote about Jack in LOTF on wednesday and just this morning I made up a quote about Lanyon from J+H.

The real problem is I can't tell what is a real quote and what is not so I am left second guessing everything I've learnt over the last two years.

Help please
Thnka you,
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Hey there. Might it be a good idea to make a list of the quotes you know are real and applicable, and then when revising look in that list for the quote you are thinking of to check if it is a real quote? Maybe that way you will learn to apply the quotes that are real? I hope this helps, sorry if it doesn't :smile:
Original post by Greenhouse999
Good morning,
I am in year eleven with two weeks until GCSE'S.
And recently I have started making up quotes which is problematic, as I am convinced these are real quotes.
For example I made up a quote about lady macbeth's death in an essay earlier this week, then I made up a quote about Jack in LOTF on wednesday and just this morning I made up a quote about Lanyon from J+H.
The real problem is I can't tell what is a real quote and what is not so I am left second guessing everything I've learnt over the last two years.
Help please
Thnka you,

if you have any apple device (i don't know if this works with other devices please do let me know!) just download a free pdf copy of the book and open it in the Books app. the app has a function where you can search in the pdf for any words in it, so i think that would be helpful if you vaguely remember a quote and want to make sure!

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