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  1. Hey, others can't view your google doc. It keeps saying: You need permission This form can only be viewed by users in the owner's organization.Try contacting the owner of the form if you think this is a mistake.
  2. Hey!! Im taking English: Language and Literature (HL) and Economics (HL) too. Good luck for tomorrow!
  3. HI, I checked the English A1: Language & Literature HL Paper 2 from last year (2013) and the format seems to have changed. There are no longer sections divided for poetry, drama or prose. There are only 6 questions in the paper without any headings. And the paper instructs "You must base your answer on at least two of the Part 3 works you have studied. Answers which are not based on a discussion of at least two Part 3 works will not score high marks. " So, in that case, would i still be able to use my dramas? The questions all seem to be prose oriented.
  4. Hi, You can try contacting Saarah Hossain via email: [email protected] She is currently majoring in Mechatronics and would probably be interested. You could give her a try, and she would know many other people who could possibly be interested.
  5. Hi, I just wanted to make sure if dramas are part of Part 3 works? The questions in English A1 Paper 2 are based on Part 3 works. My school has done Macbeth by Shakespeare and The Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller for dramas. For pose/novels we did Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. I am not too confident about using the novels in my Paper 2 answers. So, would it be ok to use the plays/dramas to answer? Thank you.
  6. Try these two links: (the first one is more useful) http://www.academia.edu/5012698/Compare_the_representations_of_love_in_A_View_from_the_Bridge_and_A_Streetcar_Named_Desire_Both_Millers_A_View_from_the http://www.studymode.com/subjects/streetcar-named-desire-compare-with-view-from-the-bridge-page1.html
  7. Hi, I'm currently working on my Written Task 2 and have chosen question two as my question for analysis: If the text had been written in a different time or place or language or for a different audience, how and why might it differ? I've seen varying examples online in which the student bases his/her answer on either a) one criterion only (eg. focuses specifically on a different TIME/era) or b) answers all criteria (albeit producing much shorter, simpler analysis). The question is vague in the sense that all criteria are separated by "or", so I do not know how the IBO wants me to approach this
  8. Well, if you do it in English then you would either have to do it on language or a literary text. I guess if you can find a text (probably a contemporary one) on arab spring which had social media's impact as a theme, you could consider doing it on that book. I'm doing my EE on English A: Literature and it is a comparative essay about how social class is the root cause of breaking relationships in Emily Bronte and Arundhati Roy's books. P.S. Im already done with my essay as my exams are in less than three months:)
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