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English Essays Pack
+500 Winning Model Essays

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  • High-quality model essays showcase exemplary writing skills, providing inspiration and guidance for crafting outstanding essays
     

  • Packed with 500 frequently examined questions and essays
     

  • Covers narrative essays, argumentative essays,  descriptive essays and directed writing (letters, articles, speech, reports)

  • Perfect for A Level, GCSE, IGCSE, and O Level students
     

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  • English Essays Pack

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    • ➡️High-quality model essays showcasing exemplary writing
    • ➡️Packed with 500 frequently examined questions and essays
    • ➡️Covers narrative, argumentative and descriptive essays
    • ➡️Perfect for A Level, GCSE, IGCSE, and O Level students
    • ➡️Equipped with practical tips and vocabulary words
    • ➡️All essays downloadable as PDF

English essays pack - Free Essays PDF sample

NARRATIVE ESSAYS

ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAYS

DESCRIPTIVE ESSAYS

SPEECH

DIRECTED WRITING

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Essays Questions Outlines in the pack

Describe a very lively, noisy place you know and a very quiet one. (Remember that you are describing
the atmosphere and any people as well as the places.)

Essay type:

Descriptive Writing

Describe the scene at a busy roadside bus stop when the bus is very late. (Remember you are
describing the place, the people and the atmosphere.)

Essay type:

Descriptive Writing

Write a story in which a sailing boat plays an important part.

Essay type:

Narrative Writing

Describe teacher whom you admire

Essay type:

Descriptive Writing

Two speakers are going to take part in a public debate on the idea of the world sharing one
common language. One of the speakers agrees with the idea, and the other speaker opposes it.
Write the texts they prepare for their speeches (300–450 words each).

Essay type:

Directed Writing

Write about what it would be like to live in the future.

Essay type:

Narrative Writing

Write two contrasting descriptive pieces (300–450 words each) about an aeroplane flight: the first
from the perspective of an experienced pilot; and the second from the perspective of a passenger
who has never flown before. In your writing, create a sense of mood and place.

Essay type:

Descriptive Writing

You have decided to organise an event to clean up your local area. You are going to give a
speech to students in your school to talk about the benefits of looking after the local area, and to
encourage students to participate in the event. Write the text for the speech. In your writing, create
a sense of the importance of taking pride in your local area.

Essay type:

Directed Writing

'As soon as Jack opened the front door, he could feel the atmosphere shift. 'Continue the story

Essay type:

Narrative Writing

'I became curious about this deserted house. Write a story on this theme.

Essay type:

Narrative Writing

'We have turned our oceans into bottomless rubbish pits.' Do you agree?

Essay type:

Argumentative

A famous person came to your school recently to give a talk about their career and life. Your
headteacher has asked you to write a news story describing the event, which will be published in
your school magazine.
Write the text for the news story, using no more than 400 words. In your writing, focus on the
atmosphere of the event and the impact that the talk has had on the students.

Essay type:

Directed Writing

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