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Covers for annotation

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Covers for annotation

  1. 1. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.
  2. 2. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.
  3. 3. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.
  4. 4. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.
  5. 5. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.
  6. 6. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.
  7. 7. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.
  8. 8. Comment on the likely Gender and Age of the Primary audience, and use any other audience factors you wish, such as any possible Secondary audiences. Use lines to link evidence from the text to your analysis.

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