Primary School English composition is graded according to two components – Content and Language.
To score high marks for Language, you do not need bombastic phrases.
Instead, what you need to have is a wide range of vocabulary and the ability to apply them in your writing.
Never underestimate the power of a great vocabulary.
An important aspect of primary school composition writing is the description of characters’ feelings.
Expand your child’s vocabulary so that he or she can have the words to write vivid descriptions of characters’ feelings in their compositions.
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