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I want to say that

·         The alliteration ‘stop serving sandwich meals’ suggests that British Airways are sneering at the 'no frills airlines

but I don't know if using 'sneering' is a good idea in an english exam, and if not what should i use to imply the same meaning

Posted: 24-04-11 19:19 by Pui Pui

:)

Why don't you try using a thesaurus or something because I have no idea what you mean. Maybe the use of alliteration emphasis the way that are trying to look superior etc ... I'm not sure something like that maybe?

Sorry (hope that helped a bit :S )

Posted: 28-04-11 21:26 by Zoeeee

Pui Pui wrote:

I want to say that

·         The alliteration ‘stop serving sandwich meals’ suggests that British Airways are sneering at the 'no frills airlines

but I don't know if using 'sneering' is a good idea in an english exam, and if not what should i use to imply the same meaning

 

That sounds fine to me. :) **

Posted: 29-04-11 16:17 by Sophie

You could use the word, mocking, however i think that sneering is also a very good word to use in that sentence. :) 

Posted: 29-04-11 18:34 by Lauretta Grevetta Carrot face

okay thanks

Posted: 30-04-11 11:08 by Pui Pui