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AQA B Pre Release 2011

Discussion in 'English' started by Nick S, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. What are we to make of AQA's spelling of 'humanitarian 'in 'Mary's Meals' ...they seem to think it is spelt 'humanitairian' ...
    And is the caption describing Jamie Oliver as the 'Celebrity chief' intentional?
    What else has anyone spotted?
     
  2. What are we to make of AQA's spelling of 'humanitarian 'in 'Mary's Meals' ...they seem to think it is spelt 'humanitairian' ...
    And is the caption describing Jamie Oliver as the 'Celebrity chief' intentional?
    What else has anyone spotted?
     
  3. In addition to Nick's comments on the typos in the 2011 media extracts. AQA clearly couldn't get the rights to use the original photo in the 'Junk food dummies' article. Hence the fact that the original caption for the original photo appears at the beginning of paragraph 3. If you look at the original Daily Mail article online it becomes clear. Poor proof-reading.
     

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