“In some dialects in northern England and the Midlands, many speakers indicate the past tense of ‘to be’ by saying I were, you were, he, she and it were, we were and they were. This means the verb is unmarked for person.” – Jonnie Robinson, British Library The PREP is as follows;
Edit your practice essay using the following process and re-write it once you are done.
- Go through your piece and cut any unnecessary sentences/words
- Underline/highlight any sentences that you need to re-work (ask a peer if you need to)
- Find more evidence you can use for each BP
- Look for opportunities to include metalanguage
Here is today’s lesson plan -> Y11 Eng Lang lessons – T4W4 EDMOB out