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In the exam, you will need to able to support your ideas with quotations from the text.

 

 

You should try to build a bank of quotations for each character and theme and learn these so that you can use them readily in your exam response.

 

Top tip for the exam: While it is important to use direct quotations, you will also be rewarded marks for paraphrasing or making reference to part of the text!

 

In this activity you will practise identifying:

 

- who is speaking in particular quotations

- who is being referred to in quotations

- what quotations suggest about a character

- what theme or idea is explored in a quotation

 

You should always refer to your own text when working through these examples.  These quotations are for reference only.

 

10 questions
The quotations/text used in this exercise are from the copyrighted works of .J.B. Priestley, 'An Inspector Calls'.