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can any one help me, my teacher asked me to make any thing creative related to ENGLISH subject

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rebel and write something american
or british
i didnt understand you

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Hi, do you mean to create something that is not a written document? If so, you can make a collage or sculpture with phrases tied to a topic or theme. You could make a tape-CD recording with music lyrics. Maybe write a poem, a song, a play.
i want a art work which is related to english, it should be something different than others
What kind of point (lesson) do you want to express in an art work about English? Have you brainstormed different ideas that might be interesting or fun to create?

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