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    Analysis of Rhetoric in "Into the Wild" by Jon Krakauer

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    Exploring the genre and style of the Political Interview - Paxman and Galloway interview

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    Explore how Tim Collins addresses his troops in a motivational speech

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    English Language Investigation Into The Differences In The Use Of Hedging Between Genders.

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    Obamas announcement for President

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    Class and Gender conflict in Pygmalion

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English Language at A level is available as a standalone subject, separate from English Literature. It involves the investigation of communication, linguistics, grammar and the analysis of language from many different sources and styles. You'll be learning and mastering a new and important terminology from prescriptivism to descriptivism, from lexical to semantic and you'll be able to spot a gerund and know how it can be used. During the time spent covering the demands of the course you'll need to concentrate on how you express yourself clearly and coherently. There's probably no other course where the clarity of your written answers is going to be under quite so much scrutiny

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