English Language Exam

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English Language Exam
1 Question 1
1.1 Retrieval
1.2 Link
1.3 8 Marks
1.3.1 12 Minutes
2 Question 2
2.1 Presentational Features
2.2 Link Headline, Image and Text
2.3 8 Marks
2.3.1 12 Minutes
3 Question 3
3.1 Thoughts and Feelings of Writer/Reader
3.2 Language Analysis
3.3 PQEQE
3.4 8 Marks
3.4.1 12 Minutes
3.5 4-5 Points
4 Question 4
4.1 Comparison
4.2 PQEQE
4.3 3 Comparisons
4.4 16 Marks
4.4.1 24-25 Minutes
5 Writing to Inform
5.1 Facts and Figures
5.1.1 Can Make Up
5.2 WWWWWH
5.3 Bland but add sophisticated Vocab
5.4 Technical Words
5.4.1 Alter Vocab to situation
6 Writing to Describe
6.1 Stylistic Devices
6.2 Say a lot about a little
6.3 5 Senses
6.4 Emotive Language
6.5 Adjectives
7 Writing to Explain
7.1 Consequences
7.2 WWWWWH
7.3 Facts
7.4 Sentence Structure
7.5 Some Stylistic Devices
7.6 Extension of Inform and Describe
8 Writing to Advise
8.1 Empathy
8.2 Several Suggestions
8.3 Build Confidence
8.4 Imperatives
8.5 Raise Questions, Give answers
8.6 Personal Anecdote
8.7 Positivity
9 Writing to Persuade
9.1 Rhetorical Questions
9.2 Strong Statements
9.3 Authority Evidence
9.4 Personal Pronouns
9.5 Logical connectives - to flow
9.6 Repetition
9.7 Subtle Flattery
10 Writing to Argue
10.1 Emotive Language
10.2 Key Facts
10.3 Personal Pronouns
10.4 Personal Anecdote
10.5 Rhetorical Questions
10.6 Counter Argument
10.6.1 anticipate an opposing argument maybe then destroy it

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