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Injustice

Injustice

Persuasive Words: In Support Of & In Support Against  || Ideas, resources and inspiration for teaching GCSE English || www.gcse-english.com ||

Persuasive Words: In Support Of & In Support Against || Ideas, resources and inspiration for teaching GCSE English || www.gcse-english.com ||

12 Tenses table that explains the 12 verb tenses present, past and future in simple present, future and continuous form

12 Tenses table that explains the 12 verb tenses present, past and future in simple present, future and continuous form

Other ways to say ... Said, Went, Scared, Big, Small, Sad, Happy, Saw, Next, Great, Good, Bad, Positive Character Words, Negative Character Words, Time Transition Words for Narratives and Transition Words for Information and Argument Texts. (16 page digital download)

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Other ways to say ... Said, Went, Scared, Big, Small, Sad, Happy, Saw, Next, Great, Good, Bad, Positive Character Words, Negative Character Words, Time Transition Words for Narratives and Transition Words for Information and Argument Texts. (16 page digital download)

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Parts of Speech ~ Prepositions

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Verb tenses explained for primary-school parents | Present past and future tenses explained | TheSchoolRun

Verb tenses explained for primary-school parents | Present past and future tenses explained | TheSchoolRun

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