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Asked by Valérie · 2 years ago

Mettre en français?

Qu’est ce que vous voulez mettre en français?

English

Asked by Ana · 2 years ago

Is taking an A-level better than taking a BTEC level 3 extended diploma in for example business? Or are they equivalent?

Hi Ana! It totally depends on what you want to do with that in the future. If the BTEC is more tailored to a job you want to go into in the future and employers prefer that over say A Level grades , then absolutely! This totally depends on the line of work you are looking to go into. I would say however that A Levels are going to be more useful if you are thinking of applying to university. Hope t... more

English

Asked by Jeniffer · 2 years ago

What are the differences between: yet/even though; so/because; though/although?

Hi Jeniffer, these can be used interchangeably with one another so there isn’t really a definitive answer for this one!

English

Asked by Jeniffer · 2 years ago

Does the following sentence have any personal pronouns? If so, where?:You can take the car, I will not need it today?

Hi Jeniffer the personal pronouns in this sentence are “You” and “I” - these are subjective personal pronouns as they refer to the person doing the action

English

Asked by Tim · 2 years ago

What is the appositive phrase in this sentence, " Philip is walking with Rufus, an old English sheepdog."?

Hi Tim, the appositive phrase in this sentence is “an old English sheepdog”

English

Asked by Mohammad · 2 years ago

I wanted to ask is it ok to use subheadings in a letter to discuss a statement you disagree with? I ask because I just did an english language exam and the subheadings were named with the topic I was writing about. Is it ok if I used subheadings?

I think that would be fine! If you have a look at the mark scheme on the exam you refer to then that should give you more detail although subheadings are a language structure feature

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Asked by Mohammad · 2 years ago

I wanted to ask is it ok to use subheadings in a letter to discuss a statement you disagree with? I ask because I just did an english language exam and the subheadings were named with the topic I was writing about. Is it ok if I used subheadings?

I think that would be fine! If you have a look at the mark scheme on the exam you refer to then that should give you more detail although subheadings are a language structure feature

English

Asked by Richard · 2 years ago

What is the definition of complete subject and complete predicate?

The complete subject is the main word in a subject (the comet, it is big, the dog) and the complete predicate is an extra description after a verb (they will eat after school, we can dance wildly around)

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