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Wen Kit and DavidCORN CLOULD AND SAKSHIJoanna and TiaraDystKellie, Andrew and SidAnshiqa, Wen Yu and GeraldJoseph and RyanEzekielPhone and WayneAdrian & SerenaAung Phone Naing,Jin Wei
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1) (i)1(i) It suggests that the snow brought the feeling of death and coldness, moving slowly followed by procession of moving snow powder, with a sad and gloomy aura.1(i) It is slowly falling down1(i) It suggests that the snow is moving and falling very slowly, as it went away from the author.1(i) It suggests the snow was picked up and blown away quickly by the wind1) (i) It suggests that the snow moved slowly and didn't bring about a sense of happiness. It implies that the powder is moving very slowly and drearily.This suggests that the snow powder was moving extremely slowly.1)i) The word 'Lifted' suggested that snow the snow is being blown and is floating in the air. the word 'Funeral Train' suggested that it moved slowly and it have an eerie feel.1(i) It suggests that the snow powder was moving very slowly and delibrately. 1i) It suggests that the snow moved slowly and in a grim and depressing manner. This suggests that the snow fell very slowly like a funeral train in mourning.
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1) (ii)(ii) The writer described the snow in this way because he wanted to depict that he was feeling depressed and saw everything in a depressing way.1(ii)Once the snow passes, it will not come back due to its miniature size. A funeral train usually travels at a slow speed. Thus, it implies that the powder travels at a slow speed.1(ii) He linked it to a funeral train as funerals were a place to bid one's final goodbyes. And the snow was drifting away from him, as though it was bidding a sad goodbye 1 (ii) The author is suggesting that the snow powder travelled quickly in a set path, like how a train would speed down its rails, and by referring to it as a funeral train, the author implies that the scene was somber1) (ii) The author wanted to imply that he wasn't feeling happy and basically wanted to express his feelings without being too obvious. Thus, the author used the funeral train to imply sadness or being almost dead.The dreary way the snow fell probably dampened his spiritsThe author described the snow this way because a funeral train travels at a slow speed, full of grief and sadness, and he wanted to portray it into the snow.ii) He is trying to tell the audience that the ambience is not nice or happy but rather sad and eerie like attending a funeral or watching a funeral tain pass by you.1(ii) He wanted to give the effect of a slow, dark, and dreary scene in the snow.1ii) A funeral train is filled with grief and despair and the reson the author described to snow in such a manner is probably because that was what he felt.The writer may be suggesting that something solemn has happened and the snow reflected the atmostphere that he was in.
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2) (i)2(i) The word is 'bite'2(i)The word is 'bite'2) (i) The word is "bite".2 (i) the word is bite2) (i) The word is 'bite'2 i) The word is 'bite'2)i) The words are champed and bite.2(i) Churned, champed and bite2i) They are 'churned', 'champed' and 'bite'. The word is 'champed'.
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2) (ii)(II) It creates an impression that the sea was in an angry and thunderous mood, thus the words tell us that the sea wanted to destroy everything in its path.2(ii)The word churned and champed creates a fear factor, making the sea a dominating character in this situation. It also gives the effect of someone who is teeming with anger.2) (ii) It gives the reader a feeling of fear, fear for the ice, which was being champed and churned at by the violent waves which the ice was engulfed in. It also makes the reader feel suspense, for what was about to happen next. 2 (ii) The words churned and clamped implied that the ocean was eating away at the snow2) (ii) It means the sea trashed around violently2. ii) It means that the sea was violent and rough.ii) It created an idea that the sea water is crashing in fiercely like it is being churned. 'Champ' suggested the waves splashed in like it is a mouth.2(ii) It creates a slow and violent chewing impression.2ii) It creates a violent and fearful impression of the sea.cause i am happy
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2 (ii) The words churned and clamped implied that the ocean was eating away at the snow
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