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2. Read Veggie Month from the Animal Aid Website material.
Explore how the presentation, content and language of the website try to convince
people of the need to become vegetarian. [30 marks]
Writing to INFORM, EXPLAIN, DESCRIBE.
3. As a GCSE Speaking and Listening assignment, you have been asked to give an
informative talk to your class about any activity which comes under the heading "Healthy
Write the words of your talk, in which you describe your chosen activity and explain its
benefits to a healthy lifestyle. [30 marks]
Where to begin? Well, Tennis is a game that is played physically as well as mentally. You
need stamina, speed and determination, to do well with this sport, without these things be
prepared to lose because tennis is a game that is well structured and thought out.
I have been playing Tennis since I was five years old, and have adapted to the sport very
well! I have participated in many tournaments and have won many and lost very few! My
third tournament at the age of ten, I had reached the semifinals, it was matchpoint. As the
green ball flew at me with speed I stepped forward and swung with as much power I could
muster and SNAP! The ball approaching my racket had pierced a hole through my racket
and the strings whipped the air as if to take it's frustration out for losing an important point.
Tennis is a methodical game and there are different types of surface areas that you could
play on such as grass clay and hard courts. Too win a match you have to win by two sets
and in each set you play six games which consist of forty points. The umpire is the person
who records all the points, the umpire as some people say has the best job they watch the
game from a bird eye view, and doesn't miss a trick.
A positive aspect in playing tennis is that your health will be at its best through out your
whole life! Tennis is a great way to keep in shape, because you keep on your toes all the
time and you run about for a duration of two hours. However, you must have water
frequently to keep hydrated, because you wouldn't want to be in a middle of a game and
lose your concentration and faint, because you were without water! Would you? By the age
of twenty when you play tennis frequently you learn more about how to be fit and healthy to
become a tennis player. I am now fifteen and have been on a diet for two years. It is a diet
that even footballers use. To become a tennis player you would have to follow a regime of
nutrition to keep your body healthy and fit. After playing tennis for a while once you get
started in playing a game you get endorphins that makes you happy and makes you want to
Currently my hero's are Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams they are both ranking first in the
world, and my ambition is to be like them become ranking first and stay unbeaten for as long
as possible, as well as play in one of the most famous places in England, WIMBLEDON!
The advantages of becoming a worldwide player is that in tournaments you receive prizes,
and no it's not a thirty pound voucher they will give you to go spend in Toys'R'Us or in
River Island like your parents would do for your birthday or Christmas, these prizes are
really worth becoming a tennis player, depending on where you come in the tournament 3rd,
2nd, or 1st place you receive between half a million pounds to million pounds plus! The
disadvantage of a tennis player is that, this profession has a lot of problems. Tennis players
last upuntil the age of thirty, and after playing for a long time some players can suffer from
tennis elbow or torn ligaments, which will lead them to early retirement.