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Published: 03/01/2020
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AQA Paper 1 English Language sample practice questions

A set of practice exam questions designed in the style of AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1 focusing on an extract from Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha which can be found in the GCSE English Language Reading resource on the AQA website. NB There are two extracts from this text within the booklet: the one accompanying this resource is the second extract, on pp.27–28.

Suggested example answers are included in the resource.

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Using the extract from Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha, answer the following exam style questions.

1. Read again lines 1 to 11 from the first part of the source.

List four things about the bikes from this part of the source.

(4 marks)

     

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Cerys Slatter
Cerys Slatter
Thank you for spending so much time making this wonderful resource!
Posted on 21st July 2020
Rosalind Tucker
Rosalind Tucker
Thank you - was looking for something else and found this gem!
Posted on 22nd April 2020
Helen Stacey, Teachit English Editor
Helen Stacey, Teachit English Editor
Hi Jill, thank you for investigating as well. Yes, there are two extracts from 'Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha' in the AQA booklet. You can click on the URL to go to the booklet, and you are looking for the second of the two extracts from the text to use with this resource.
Posted on 21st January 2020
Jill Barnett
Jill Barnett
The correct extract which matches the practice questions is in the AQA Reading Resource (second Roddy Doyle extract). https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/english/AQA-87001-RSB.PDF

Posted on 20th January 2020
Jill Barnett
Jill Barnett
Same problem. Tried to use the Paddy Haha work and the practice questions are for a different section of the text. I'd still like to use this work so can you let me know when it will be corrected?
Posted on 20th January 2020
Helen Stacey, Teachit English Editor
Helen Stacey, Teachit English Editor
Hi Charlotte, thank you for your comment. I've emailed you to find out more about the problem!
Posted on 16th January 2020
Charlotte Denton
Charlotte Denton
The q4 does not match up to the text; it is not about bikes
Posted on 15th January 2020

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