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3247 s06 er 100%

The best responses were from those who were able to extract the main points of each passage and fit them together in such a way as to make appropriate comparisons and contrast.

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3247 s07 er 95%

The first passage was an historical account of the development of cooking and types of food popular on the subcontinent, while the second passage was a more health related passage on the effects of changing to a modern ‘western style’ diet and its problems.

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2058 s11 er 93%

In Question 1, if other passages are being referenced, candidates should not merely give the name/number of the passage, but say how/why it is related to the passage they have chosen to answer from the paper.

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2058 s13 er 93%

Question 1 (a) Almost all candidates responded to the first passage and responded well.

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Parks and Passages 92%

Parks and Passages CONCEPT &

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3247 s15 er 92%

The majority of candidates performed extremely well and answered the questions after having read the whole passage with care.

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Nymeyer - What's different 92%

Prepare a reading passage in advance.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/02/22/nymeyer-what-s-different/

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Keywords technique 90%

Keywords technique IDKeywords in the questions Similar words in the passage IDKeywords in the questions Similar words in the passage IDKeywords in the questions Similar words in the passage

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/18/keywords-technique/

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sejda-X31 90%

sejda X31 Test 1 READING_ READING PASSAGE 1 You should spend about 20 minutes on Questions 1-14 which are based on Reading Passage 1 on the following pages.

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3247 s13 er 89%

in some cases material from only one passage was used.

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3247 s14 er 89%

Weaker responses were characterised by a tendency to write general composition on the topic without using examples and ideas from the given passages or using material from only one passage.

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Small Alaska Ship 10-25-17 89%

Small Alaska Ship 10 25 17 smallalaskaship.com | 800-234-3861 Blow Out Specials On Select Cabins One of our amazing Southeast Alaska cruises planned for 2017 is our Northbound Inside Passage Cruise which is a 14 day, 13 night cruise.

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2058 s07 er 88%

Good answers showed how a candidate had thought about the main Qur’anic theme that is exemplified in the passage and had written on this.

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Herbal Remedies To Avoid Kidney Stones 87%

Stones can be formed in the urinary tract if the chemicals found in the organ get concentrated and form solid structures, which stay in the organ and are unable to travel across the urinary passage.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/16/herbal-remedies-to-avoid-kidney-stones/

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canada-alaska-tours-2 87%

Then embark on a seven night cruise to Alaska taking in the beautiful Glacier Bay, Inside Passage, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchican.

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3025 w06 qp 3 87%

3025 w06 qp 3 UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level 3025/03 GERMAN Reading Passage A October/November 2006 No Additional Materials are required.

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3025 w07 qp 3 87%

3025 w07 qp 3 UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level 3025/03 GERMAN Paper 3 Reading Passage A October/November 2007 No Additional Materials are required.

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Untitled 86%

After reading each passage, choose the best answer to each question and then place the letter of your choice in the corresponding box on the student answer sheet.

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TEWWGPCSocraticSeminar 86%

TEWWGPCSocraticSeminar Socratic Seminar    From Chapter 4 of ​ Their Eyes Were Watching God​  by Zora Neale  Hurston    Directions: Read the following passage twice. As you read the  passage, annotate in the margins. Be prepared to engage in a  Socratic Seminar next class to discuss the passage in the context of  the post­colonial lens.       “Joe Starks was the name, yeah Joe Starks from in and through  Georgy. Been workin’ for white folks all his life. Saved up some  money – round three hundred dollars, yes indeed, right here in his  pocket. Kept hearin’ ‘bout them buildin’ a new state down heah in  Floridy and sort of wanted to come. But he was makin’ money  where he was. But when he heard all about ‘em makin’ a town all  outa colored folks, he knowed dat was de place he wanted to be.  He had always wanted to be a big voice, but de white folks had all  de sayso where he come from and everywhere else, exceptin’ de  place dat colored folks was buildin’ theirselves. Dat was right too.  De man dat built things oughta boss it. Let colored folks build  thing too if dey wants to crow over somethin.” 

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/03/27/tewwgpcsocraticseminar/

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2058 s09 qp 1 86%

(a) briefly describe the main theme(s) in each passage [4] (b) briefly explain how each passage presents its theme(s) in a distinctive way.

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canadian-tours-2 86%

Then embark on a seven night cruise to Alaska taking in the beautiful Glacier Bay, Inside Passage, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchican.

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1123 s11 in 22 85%

DC (CB (SE)) 32057/5 © UCLES 2011 [Turn over 2 Passage 1 – Time For Tea 1 After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world and, by the time you have read this passage, hundreds of thousands of cups of tea will have been drunk globally.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/06/14/1123-s11-in-22/

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3247 s09 er 85%

The best responses were those that extracted the main points from each passage and fit them together in such a way as to make appropriate comparisons and contrasts between them.

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3247 s08 er 85%

The best were those who were able to extract the main points of each passage and fit them together in such a way as to make appropriate comparisons and contrasts between them.

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