It was a bright cold day in april and the clocks were stricking thirteen. Winston Smith, his chin nuzzled into his breasts in an effort to escape the vile wind, slipped quickly through the glass doors of victory mansion, though not quickly enough to prevent a sworl of gritty dust enter along wih him It […]

The classroom is silent. The classroom is full of boys awaiting their fate Verbs: Is X2, awaiting He classroom is full of boys awaiting their fate which is silent The problem is that the text is that it says that he fate is silent

STARTER Example of a noun phrase: The gun, heavy in his hand, sxared him. The noun phrase is heavy in his hand MAIN WORK VERB ADVERB Jerking in scilence. In, is the adverbial

It’s not safe. We could stay one more day. It’s not safe. Well maybe we could find some other place on the river. We have to keep moving. We have to keep heading south. Dosen’t the river go south? No. It doesn’t. Can I see it on the map? Yes. Let me see it. Thanks. […]

All the dirty clouds using up the peoples hope day, after day, after day. Behind the walls, out of the peoples reach a moat so thick and black it looks like you can walk on it. The robots are ruthless and do¬† not care if they kill you or not, past the forbidden walls of […]

Word play there are two different types of word play that Shakespeare uses in Macbeth, one of them is personification. personification means when you give a human characteristic to an object. There are 7 personifications in he whole of the play in Macbeth. one is this “Stars, hide your fires! Let not light see my […]