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Ode To The English Exam

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Introduction

Ode To The English Exam So here is my ode To the English exam The one that I've dreaded And tortured, and crammed. ...read more.

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I've honestly tried To faithfully study. ...read more.

Conclusion

The exam starts at 9, A hot chocolate I drink I review all my notes As I start to think. I know that late night Was really not wise. Sometimes I am stupid I now realise. ...read more.

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