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    Exclamation Original Writing...help!!

    hiya does anyone know if u can rite in 3rd person in the 'original writing' coursework(4 gcse)?? like 'she' or 'them' ...thanxxx post here if u know xx

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    Re: Original Writing...help!!

    Original writing doesn't mean that it has to be written in the first person; you can use third person (he/she) narrative, for instance. It just means that it has to come from you:
    http://www.universalteacher.org.uk/gcse/writing.htm
    However, it is probably a good idea to lay off the abbreviations like 'u' and 'rite'.

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    Re: Original Writing...help!!

    cheers, yeh i knew about the abbreviation thingy lol

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    Re: Original Writing...help!!

    u r welcum

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