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short story writing task

Quite a good little story. Just check your punctuation here and there - note, there should be a comma BEFORE the speech marks when someone has finished talking. Also check that the words you use to describe the beach are appropriate. You seem to have two stories in one here - the argument with your sister and the one about the beach. It might have been better to focus on the second one on its own.

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1. “Come down Michael were going, to go[,]” my mum

2. “Alright I’m coming “, I replied [should be: “Alright I’m coming," I replied

3. for I long argument [after a long argument]

4. she replied back [you don't need to say 'back' when you use 'replied']

5. precised [should be 'precise' but is this the best word anyway here?]

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Exam question example. pretending to be a eye witness u r a reporter for a newspaper

A good clear account. As you would want from a witness, you seem to have noticed a lot of detail. Note the spelling mistake,

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1. exsughist pipes. [exhaust pipes]

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Revenge tragedy in 'Hamlet'

You start off very well indeed with an excellent introduction, offering an overview , reference to previous works and a challenge to an established viewpoint. You offer a close analysis making effective use of quotations which are well integrated. Your expression is controlled, precise and sophisticated. You also show an excellent knowledge of historical and cultural background. Your conclusion shows great maturity and ends with a subtle and convincing point.

Excellent work.

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