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(An extract from Andy Ruffett's The Wrongdoer now published by FinalDraft & available online)

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The next class was Design and Technology which was a subject consisting of constructing metal and wooden crafts. The DT’s teacher was Mr. Billet and really didn’t fit the profile of a DT teacher at all. First of all, Mr. Billet would show up to class wearing very handsome looking suits which would be covered in sawdust by the end of the day. He had shorts tufts of grey hair growing on the top of his head and a large moustache that looked like someone had placed a comb on the upper part of his lip. Whenever working, he would always have the proper gloves or goggles on, but then he just looked ridiculous. Mr. Billet was speaking to the students now like a businessman giving a lecture. Surprisingly, there was no sawdust, wood shavings, or any other material on his suit that would make a drycleaner scream.

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The next class was Design and Technology which was a subject consisting of constructing metal and wooden crafts. The DT’s teacher was Mr. Billet and really didn’t fit the profile of a DT teacher at all. First of all, Mr. Billet would show up to class wearing very handsome looking suits which would be covered in sawdust by the end of the day. He had shorts tufts of grey hair growing on the top of his head and a large moustache that looked like someone had placed a comb on the upper part of his lip. Whenever working, he would always have the proper gloves or goggles on, but then he just looked ridiculous. Mr. Billet was speaking to the students now like a businessman giving a lecture. Surprisingly, there was no sawdust, wood shavings, or any other material on his suit that would make a drycleaner scream.

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  • Comparing two or more things (1)
  • Wordiness (2)
  • Spelling (1) (Possibly 'DT's' )
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The next class was Design and Technology which was a subject involving metal and wooden crafts construction. The DT’s teacher Mr Billet , who really didn’t fit in the profile of a DT teacher at all. Firstly, Mr Billet would show up in class wearing very handsome looking suits which would be covered in sawdust by the end of the day. He had short tufts of grey hair on the top of his head and a large moustache that looked like someone had placed a comb over his upper lip. He would always have proper gloves or goggles on when he was working, but then he just looked ridiculous. Mr Billet appeared like a businessman giving a lecture to students. Surprisingly, there was no sawdust, wood shavings, or any other material on his suit that would make a dry-cleaner scream.

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