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W is for…

W is for…Writing. There are already lots of tips in this A-Z of learning for making your writing better. Have another look at A is for…Adjectives, C is for…Connectives, O is for…Openers, Q is for…Quality and Quantity and V is … Continue reading

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what’s the difference between a dolphin and an eggplant?

Originally posted on A Sense of Nature:
This isn’t a joke from a Christmas cracker – and the answer may surprise you. Admittedly, an eggplant is highly unlikely to bob up next to you when you’re in a boat. I…

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Q is for…

Q is for…Quality and Quantity. Why is this letter for two things? Because they are both important. In general, quality is more important – your teacher would rather see one page of good quality writing, where you have thought carefully … Continue reading

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O is for…

O is for…Openers.  Read this story and then decide what is wrong with it: The grumpy, old man looked out of his window and saw a scruffy, brown dog digging up his garden. The grumpy man shouted loudly at the … Continue reading

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A is for…

A is for… Adjectives. These are words used to describe things, and using them is an easy way to make your writing more interesting. For extra effect, try using two or three adjectives in a row with commas between them, … Continue reading

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