uum, you didn't have to put 4 and 6 in seperate booklets. it just means a writing booklet separate to the one you used for questions 1 and 3. Lol i nearly died when i read that...Melkor said:It wasnt really that bad. I think i forgot to elide a vowel in a line of my scansion, but overall nothing im stressing about. I even got to mention prosopopoiia
Though I still cant figure out though why we had to put 1 and 3 in the same booklet, but 4 and 6 in seperate ones.
Melkor said:Though I still cant figure out though why we had to put 1 and 3 in the same booklet, but 4 and 6 in seperate ones.
ah! I thought the grammar was so hard.saxplayer said:I thought the grammar was really easy, and that is usually my worst bit but my teacher went through it with us when we came out and I got most of them right.
Hah... i did the same thing...but i was lucky cos i realised it just as i was writing my conclusion. Rewrote the whole thing and it stuffed up my timing a bit but it was okay.andy100 said:i know a few people tripped up on the question about Clodius' character (they misread and wrote about Clodia).
But otherwise very straightforward paper.
I thought they didn't ask them directly but the question about Dido's state of mind was kind of about her portrayal as a tragic figure and the one that said 'Why would these accusations be made in a Roman court?' was about Roman values and traditions...schmackers said:there was nothing to do with dido's portrayal as a tragic figure, cicero's appeal to shared understanding of roman values or furor and pietas....