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Question: English monologue - Grade A 18/20

Your monologue should be about some DRAMATIC TURNING POINT or DRAMATIC SITUATION in the life of your character.

You could be the victim of a serious crime, you could be a criminal who has done something terrible, you could be describing something tragic that has happened in your life.

You are speaking to some kind of audience. It could be one person, it could be more. You could be talking to a close friend, you could be talking to a prison guard on death row etc.....

Your monologue should reveal something about the personality of the character delivering the monologue.

Use your imagination (show, don't tell) to get across who you are, who you are talking to and what the situation is.

You can read your monologue, you do not have to memorise it. It should last between two and three minutes and be at least 300 words long.

Answer: "Please don't" , begged Amy. Tears dropped down her pale, freckled cheeks. "Leave me,please. Just don't do that. Please. Why'd you do that to me?. You can't. You shouldn't". She moaned and begged for mercy.

Utter silence followed the loud groan begging for mercy. "Amy", called out the nanny, walking down the stairs. Bewildered nanny ran around the house looking for the sweet ten years old girl she babysits on weekends.
"Oh dear God, where did my little girl go?" She cried. She thought she might have left for the park. Amy enjoy taking swings and playing with other children. She grabbed her coat and hurried to the park.

There were kids playing in the park, enjoying the fine sunny day in Norwich. She cheered up at the sight, thinking se found her little Amy. To her disappointment, Amy wasn't there. None of the kids had seen her there either when inquired. Sh...(short extract)

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  • Subject: English Language
  • Course: English Language
  • Level: A-Level
  • Year: Not applicable
  • Mark: 90%
  • Words: 611
  • Date submitted: April 11, 2018
  • Date written: Not available
  • References: No
  • Document type: Essay*
  • Essay ID: 8347

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