Andrew Bennett's GCSE English PDF

By Andrew Bennett

ISBN-10: 0007109717

ISBN-13: 9780007109715

ISBN-10: 0007129807

ISBN-13: 9780007129805

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She is ambitious (1) as she wants to have a good job/get married/ make expensive clothes (1). Descriptions of characters’ thoughts often tell you something about their background and character as well as their hopes and aspirations. 2 The baby laughs, thinking the kissing is a game (1), but the mother remembers the film she has seen and is afraid that he may suffer in the future (1). 3 The irony is that Maggie has the last word (1) despite Hobson saying that he is master in his own home (1). We can presume from these lines that Maggie has the upper hand and Hobson is, in fact, the weaker of the two (1).

B) Suggest the type of publication in which this advertisement might have appeared, and give reasons for You can slide any document through the front and it will your suggestion (3). transfer the image to your PC and translate it into text through the software provided. The scanner is also detachable which means you can scan books too. The WorkCentre, which is the same price, also combines the use of a fax. Price: £499 (plus VAT) 2 (a) What is the purpose of this cartoon and what audience do you think it is aimed at?

The illustration suggests a modern home office (1), with the computer, large desk and flowers (1) all reinforcing the image of a comfortable lifestyle (1). The headline appeals to snobbery (1), although in a gently humorous way (1). (b) This advertisement probably appeared in a newspaper or magazine read by well-off business people (1) as it assumes they will be interested in the product (1) and would be able to afford the price (1). In fact, it was in the Independent on Sunday as part of a series which advertises the latest technological gadgets to readers.

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GCSE English by Andrew Bennett

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