Date post: 2017-09-26 03:53
Thank you mam for your priceless advice. Your lessons have been of immense help. I now understand that we need to have a separate paragraph to explain our opinion. Than you a lot.
Thank you for your interesting and helpful writing lessons. I have been self-studying for a while and I really want to know where I am right now. So if you have some free time, please take a look at one of my essay below. What band score do you think this essay 8767 s worth?, Maybe some feedbacks if your time allows it. I would be greatly thankful!
I noticed that in this essay it seems like the writer didn 8767 t take a side from any of the arguments. Is this alright? Would it be okay to be at the middle?
The only problem is that I can 8767 t see a clear opinion. It looks like you are trying to agree with both sides to avoid giving an opinion. Your opinion must be 655% clear.
I am Jithin. Preparing ielts right now, regularly I go through your post, it 8767 s really beneficial
I have a doubt one task 7
Many people believe that, formal pen and paper examinations are not the best method of assessing educational achievements. What is your view of examination.
It is possible to state your opinion in the introduction, mention it again in one of the body paragraphs (the side which you agree with) and then put it in the conclusion. Or you have a third body paragraph to explain it more fully. It is your choice both are fine.
Topic: An increasing number of people use the Internet to meet new people and socialize. Some people think this has brought people closer together while others think people are becoming more isolated. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
My opinion was given in the introduction 8775 In my opinion, I believe that having university education is essential for academic jobs while soft skills and experience are more useful in business. 8776 . You can see that my opinion is divided between academic jobs and business related jobs this is called a balanced approach.
All communication has two parts: a sender and a receiver. The sender has a message he or she intends to transmit, and s/he puts it in words, which, to her/him, best reflect what s/he is thinking. But many things can intervene to prevent the intended message from being received accurately.
Helo Liz! m much happy wd ur are more informative and vital to pass an ielts exam.. i have one confusion when to give one sided opinion and when to give a balanced opinion...? thanx