I am going to explore how Shakespeare and Rudyard Kipling who done “A Song in a Storm”, and Persy Bysshe Shelley who done “Ozymandias” have used literary techniques in their own poems to communicate their ideas which link up about fate. The first thing that I am going to discuss is, how metaphor’s are used […]

  Old Trafford  NOW  It’s a sunny afternoon with the sun blazing on every cut green grass on the pitch. You can see the shining light reflecting on the Stratford end and it has a feeling of that this is going to be a great match for the fans. You can hear the united fans […]

I can tell you now, the thing that gets me angry and frustrated is when the school has certain rules that are set to make sure that the pupils follow them and when they don’t. When a teacher says top the pupil “If you back chat me again I will get on call to send […]

This is a response to the article that Isabelle Kerr wrote called “Bare Vexed.” I disagree with what she said about some of the reasons why some slang words that have been used are in the Oxford Online dictionary. I disagree with what she is saying about how some of these slang words like ” […]

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