GCSE English covers a number of language features – quite a lot in fact! Any number of them can appear in the exam and students must be able to both recognise and explain them. The video you are watching covers intensifiers – which are often hidden in plain sight. Finding language features in a text may sound straightforward but in an examination situation, with the added pressure of time constraint and nerves, it can quickly become like one of the labours of Hercules. This video about intensifiers – one of a series on language features found in GCSE English – aims, in plain and simple English, to enable students to recognise this particular language feature. It also suggests the kind of response (a technique) might gain marks in the exam. Enjoy! If you would like to see more of our videos all at once, please visit our YouTube Channel, Teaching and Learning Resources for Me.