aqa english unit 1

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when we make a point in ppe, how do we start the señtence
• the writer mentions • the writer is concerned (emotive language is used)
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ballons should be banned. those annoying things are danerous. whats the writers intentions?
the writer is arguing that balloons should be banned from parties
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when are similies and idioms often used?
to persued
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whats an anectdote?
short or amusing account
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Bracknell town is like the Beverley hills. what form is this writing?
Irony
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whats the second meaning of irony other than the opposite word use?
A situation that is odd or amusing because the opposite of what one would expect
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what is a mild use sarcastic use of words to imply the oppoite of wht is said?
Irony
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what is sarcasm
Bitter or broken use of ironic language
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what is statistics?
facts with numbers
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whats rhetorical
question not requiring an answer
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ballons should be banned. those annoying things are danerous. whats the writers intentions?

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the writer is arguing that balloons should be banned from parties

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when are similies and idioms often used?

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whats an anectdote?

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Bracknell town is like the Beverley hills. what form is this writing?

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Ben Fenton

3 stars is the perfect rating! This resource is useful, very much so, but the spelling and grammar could definitely be improved!

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