Welcome to ‘Secrets to success GCSE English Language 2019 and how to prepare for the questions’.
‘By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail’
These words are said to have been spoken by Benjamin Franklin, a famous American. What do these words mean to you as you begin to prepare for your GCSE English Language examinations in June 2020?
GCSE English Language is different. Unlike subjects such as history or mathematics, there is no body of knowledge – no historical dates or formulae – to revise and commit to memory. By now you will already know and understand the subject terminology you may need to use – terms such as simile and metaphor. So, if there is nothing to revise, how can I prepare for this GCSE?
Well, to begin with, you can make sure you know what you are going to be asked to do in your GCSE and when.
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