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    Examinations and instructions

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    1. When you're asked to show you have understood a paragraph, you often have to words that illustrates a point.

    2. You are often asked to make something clear or easier to understand, it means you have to it.

    3. It may be important to know where the characters are, where the scene .

    4. You mustn't mix characters so you are often asked to say who pronouns .

    5. When you're asked to literally repeat words from a text, it means you have to .

    6. When a sentence is in the active voice and they want you to write it in the passive, then you have to it into the passive voice.

    7. Some words(e.g adjectives) fit a character very well. You may be asked to say which ones best to it.

    8. There are exercises when sentences are not complete and you're asked to the blanks.

    9. When a passage is written in English and you're asked to turn it into French, it means you have to it.

    10. A writer can build up an atmosphere, express a character's feelings and you may have to say how this is .

    11. If you're asked to something related to a paragraph, it means you have to express it with your own words as clear as possible.

    12. If you're asked to the correct answer in a box, it means you've got to sign (like the Nike swoosh) to say : correct!

    13. You may be asked to events that did not happen. This means that you'll have to draw a line on a statement to say: wrong!

    14. Very often, when a sentence is not clear at all, you're asked to say what it .

    15. In that case, you have to it with your own words and in a less ambiguous way.

    16. If you're asked to something, then give reasons that support your view and don't forget to quote!

    17. If you're asked to find the words that best fit a character, then you'll have to it.

    18. Some characters are not taking part in the action, they are only .

    19. If you're asked how two characters are , then you'll have to say whether they are brothers, lovers, neighbours, workmates...

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