Literature


Model Question

Flipping Fantastic written by Jane Langford

Section C: (Short Stories)

1. Flipping  Fantastic by  Jane Langford

2. One Is One and All Alone by Nicholas Fisk

Based on one of the short stories above, in not less than 50 words, write on one of the character that you like most. Give an evidence to support your answer.

 Model Answer

I choose the short story, Flipping Fantastic written by Jane Langford. The character that I like most is Tristan. He is 12 years old and he has a twin brother, James. Tristan was born with a disability. Unlike his brother, Tristan cannot do things on his own such as dressing up, walking, playing football. He thinks James is much smarter than him. He is so sad to leave James to study in another school.

       Tristan is good in Mathematics and he can solve the Mathematics problems faster. He always gets A’s in his homework.  He is also good at computer and swimming despite of his disability. Tristan is very determination. He also involves in plays and acts as Tom Sawyer. His English teacher always encourages him to act in plays and dramas. This is my evidence why I choose him as my favourite character.

(125 words)

5 thoughts on “Literature

  1. Based on one of the short stories above, I choose Flipping Fantastic written by Jane Langford. There are a lots of moral values. One of the lessons that I have learn is determination.

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