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I'm doing the CIE AS Level English language paper 1 and this question is frequently asked. When commenting on the writer's style especially, what are the key things that should be mentioned and could you give me an example too.
How are slope over wall cliffs formed? and is there an example of this on the Dorset/Hampshire coastline?
What's the difference between cell mediated response and humoral response? are they both a type of specific immune response?
Is there anyway someone could help me with my english Coursework. It is edexcel and i am in the first year of A levels (AS).
Hi, I was just wondering what you would have to include in an answer to hit the top grade? I am currently studying WJEC English Literature
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