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No, literature is not going to be stripped out of English GCSE

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Elizabeth Truss: Polly Toynbee is wrong to claim that our reforms will narrow the scope of our children's education to serve exams
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Multimodal interaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Multimodal interaction

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . Multimodal interaction provides the user with multiple modes of interfacing with a system. A multimodal interface provides several distinct tools for input and output of data.

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intertextuality

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The interdependent ways in which texts stand in relation to one another (as well as to the culture at large) to produce meaning.
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(EN) - Online Slang Dictionaries and Language Links | peevish.co.uk

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"British slang and dialect

General English slang and comparative English/American language
U.S. slang
Australian slang
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Foreign slang and languages
Drug related slang
'Black' slang and rap
Gay/lesbian slang
Crime and prison slang
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The English Class

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Anne had to go to korea to teach some idols how to speak English. She was on top of her classes and she knows very little about korean culture, she only knows how to speak it.
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33 Of The Most Hilariously Terrible First Sentences In Literature History

33 Of The Most Hilariously Terrible First Sentences In Literature History | Language Journal | Scoop.it
"Cheryl’s mind turned like the vanes of a wind-powered turbine, chopping her sparrow-like thoughts into bloody pieces that fell onto a growing pile of forgotten memories."
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Sale of Antiquities at Christie's comprises provenance spanning ancient world - The Economic Times

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The sale of Antiquities at Christie's King Street on 24 October 2013 comprises 130 carefully selected lots with exceptional provenance spanning the ancient world.
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From Reagan to Obama: Secrecy and Covert Operations in the Fight against “Terrorism” | Foreign Policy Journal

From Reagan to Obama: Secrecy and Covert Operations in the Fight against “Terrorism” | Foreign Policy Journal | Language Journal | Scoop.it
Page 1: More than President Obama’s words, it is the fact that some of his policies have come to so closely resemble President Reagan’s that should trouble...

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sebastian Martin's curator insight, October 3, 2013 3:59 PM

Ronald Reagan was really the first president to focus on terrorism. It tells me that terrorism has been a problem since at the 1980s. This is bad because now is become horrible and nobody is able to control or stop it. There is always going to be somebody in the world who fights and causes issues.