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How did Mary Shelley use language in Frankenstein Volume I Chapter V to covey Fear and describe the gothic elements
How do the tutors check creative writing and other writing exercises given to the primary students, as they are not good in typing their answers.
Pro/anti What to understand key arguments on both sides of the debate. Whether the act is fair and works or whether it should be repealed. Thanks
In my up coming exams one question is about CITES. I wa sjust puyting this out there to see if anyone could tell me, (1) whether it is working (pros)? (2) the implications/ how it is failing? (3) people's opinions or any good research articles/journals Thanks in advance
two identical charges each of 15g mass and negligible volume are both suspended from the same point by a non conduction weightless strings 1500mm in length. Find the magnitude of each charge is the angle between the strings is 5.
The answer to this question according to the back of the book is 0.11x10^-6C.
So it’s the January and the English AS and A Level exams are in May and June, are you ready? Do you know the assessment objectives? Are you able to employ enough terminology? What, for instance, is anaphora?