A Conversation for Have I Got News For You-The TV Series.

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DJR

i see you're not a fan of paragraphs lizzy!!!


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Post 2

Thin Lizzy

I am when I have to write an English essay smiley - smiley


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Post 3

Fraeya

lol same here


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Post 4

Thin Lizzy

We have to do some seriously boring ones. My least favourite one was "Discuss the dramatic effectiveness of the soliloquies in 'Romeo and Juliet' ". Boring!!


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Fraeya

i just did
'how resposible is lady macbeth for the murder of king duncan'
i think yours is worse


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Post 6

Thin Lizzy

We did a little bit of Macbeth in year 7. It was really good, if a little bit morbid.


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Post 7

Fraeya

LITTLE :o everyone dies btw i handed it in and got reading 6+ and writing 6-


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Post 8

Thin Lizzy

Well done!
If Macbeth is morbid, Wuthering Heights is just depressing. I think there were about 2 people at the begining of the story that were still there at the end.


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Fraeya

thanks
a play with only 2 people well i suppose u get plays with 1 . . .and they're really dull


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Post 10

DJR

yeh in yr 9 i had to do 12th night. you don't know how crap that play is. and i had to do three essays on it...

and then there's our stupid teacher who seems to think that GCSE English solely involves essays - we're done 6 essays in a term and a half - one essay per month.

Anyway, at least i got an 8 for english sats, and A*s for my coursework so far... (not that i'm showing off!)


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Post 11

Thin Lizzy

No, not at all. By the way, Educating Rita is a play with only two characters and only one set. It's really good, too!


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Post 12

DJR

i really truly hope that your last comment was sarcasm. we have had to do educating rita for our media piece for gcse coursework, and it is not only the dullest, dreariest storyline in existance, but is also one of the few films that does not have a single gd point.

i do hope that you weren't being serious...


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Post 13

Thin Lizzy

It depends. The plot definitely isn't very riveting, but I can relate to Rita and her feelings about herself. And there is one good thing about the film: it has Michael Caine in it!


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Post 14

Fraeya

lol
well done deano
ive vaugly heard of educating rita but very vaugly


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Post 15

Fraeya

vaugly has got an e in it hasn't it oh well


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Post 16

Thin Lizzy

Vaguely- is that how it should be spelt?


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Post 17

Fraeya

think so they have told us at scholl that we have to revise over the easter holidays for our sats *groan* depressing thought


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Post 18

Fraeya

school even, well im going to get a level 2 in english


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Thin Lizzy

Don't be like that. Our SATs targets (KS3) were a bit rubbish. I got predicted a 5, maybe a 6 if I was lucky, and I got a 7. I thought Dad would be pleased, especially when he yelled "YES!" but then he proceeded to try and strangle me. Odd.


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Post 20

Fraeya

i got level 5 in y6 and i think i will get level 6 this time cos thats what i always get

btw my dad is much wierder than your dad. . .ok now i think about it may be he isnt he thinks rocks are alive though. Odd.


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