CXC English A model answers

Model answers for CXC English A exam type questions

Submitted by guest (not verified) on 30 November 2012 - 12:19am

The Decision that saved my life

Trotting thru the woods, the Intruder felt the branches lash His face and tear at His coat, He knew it wouldn’t tear. He only bought the best for a job. With the wind in His eyes He forged forward making sure to leave as little trace of Himself as possible, after all it wouldn’t do to give the dogs ;the old Czar would surly send out, a scent to follow.

Submitted by guest (not verified) on 30 November 2012 - 12:18am

The Decision that saved my life

Trotting thru the woods, the Intruder felt the branches lash His face and tear at His coat, He knew it wouldn’t tear. He only bought the best for a job. With the wind in His eyes He forged forward making sure to leave as little trace of Himself as possible, after all it wouldn’t do to give the dogs ;the old Czar would surly send out, a scent to follow.

Submitted by june joseph on 27 November 2012 - 11:48am

Three decades ago doctors in USA were fascinated, by the pattern of a deadly disease which normally would affect significantly deficient patients yet ravaged young, healthy people!

Twenty years later the diagnosed HIV virus has spread and infected people worldwide. It touches every denomination, creed and class of society, raising the statistics of dead people and those carrying the disease to the millions.

Research and analysis has discovered the different ways in which the disease could be transmitted, yet the actual cause remained mysterious until 1983.

Submitted by june joseph on 27 November 2012 - 12:00am

Dear School Council,

There are many ways to be an outstanding teacher and as many reasons to nominate someone for a "Teacher of the Year" award. This year I would like you to consider Ms Anesa Campbell, of Grade 5, Pioneer Prep, as one of the teachers elligible for this award. Just to mention a few solid facts which qualifies her.

Submitted by guest (not verified) on 16 November 2012 - 2:14pm

I am not good with quotation marks and dialogue. I really don't know how to do that stuff. So I wrote the Jamilastory but I didn't put in any talking, its just a straight story. Plzzzz someone tell me if this is any good and if you like it!

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Submitted by june joseph on 15 November 2012 - 4:39pm

The door to my room creaked open and Jamila poked her head in. I was lounged across my bed, in a state of semi-undress, and I almost jumped out of my skin when she yelled.

"Patra! Are you asleep?"

"No, but I sure wish I was, now, " I muttered crossly.

"What do you mean, girl?" she demanded.