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Structuring your writing

Structuring your Writing

A credit award requires good performance across the following areas:

  • A range of tenses correctly used.

  • A range of vocabulary correctly used.

  • A range of sentence styles with correct structuring.

  • A piece of writing which is clear and able to be understood.

In this section you will find out how to construct a piece of writing in Gaelic. You will also think about what verbs and words to use, and how best to express them. Our aim is to show that we have the ability to write well in Gaelic.

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