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Examination Day Essay Qs Essay Sample

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Choose a novel or a short story or a piece of non-fiction in which there is a character or a person with whom you feel sympathy.
Say why you feel sympathy for the character and show how the writer makes you feel this way.

Choose a novel or a short story or a piece of non-fiction which has a shocking or unexpected ending.
Briefly say what happens in the story and then go on to show how the author makes the ending shocking or unexpected.

Choose a novel or a short story or a piece of non-fiction or a group of texts which deals with a subject that you found amusing or sad or that made you angry. Say what the subject is and why it aroused these feelings in you.

Choose a novel or a short story which has a frightening or a surprising incident. Describe the incident and show how the author’s description of the incident and the characters involved makes it frightening or surprising.

Choose a novel or a short story which you enjoyed because of your interest in an important character.
Say how the writer makes the character interesting for you throughout the novel or short story.

Choose a novel or a short story or a piece of non-fiction which appealed to you because of its theme or topic. Say what the theme or topic is and show how the writer makes it appealing.

Choose a novel or a short story which interests you right from the beginning. Say what interests you, and explain how the writer keeps you interested in the rest of the story.

Choose a novel or a short story or a piece of non-fiction in which there is a person towards whom you feel a strong emotion such as sympathy or hatred or admiration. Say how you feel about the person, and explain why you feel this way.

Choose a novel or a short story or a piece of non-fiction which deals with a subject which interests you or shocks you.
Say what the subject is and why it arouses these feelings in you.

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