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Do you think people can be happy without much money?
It is not advisable to have so many body paragraphs. To get a high score in IELTS writing task 2, you must develop and extend your main points. This means that each body paragraph must contain enough supporting points. Having 4 or 5 body paragraphs will not give you enough words to develop ideas properly for a high score.
What other factors contribute towards happiness?
Thanks for your kind efforts. First of all, I have to say this essay is awesome due to the rich ideas you presented.
I have a question. In Thesis statement we always mention three points which are connecting to question, using for example I my opinion and more importantly our opinion. why did not say your opinion in the thesis statement? you just implied that there are other aspects.
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I am re-sitting my IELTS this Saturday, as I obtained a low score in reading in my test with 5.5. I desperately need a 6.5 to achieve a University requirement. I guess I under-estimated the reading section and spent more time studying the S, L and W, which clearly showed. Not impressed! My only challenge with the reading part is the T,F, NG/Y,N, NG – I’m improving but still not 100% there yet. I have one day to go…..Any advise would be much appreciated.
hello liz,Can i draft my essay tast 1 & tast 2 in all capital?
When you look at the statement in the question spend time underline not just key words but also clauses and meaning. Think of the full meaning of the sentence. A True answer means that the meaning is found. A False answer means that the meaning is wrong. False is when the passage corrects part of the sentence. The meaning of NG is that you can’t correct part of the sentence because there is no information to say it is wrong or right. So, start thinking of Right / Wrong / Can’t say. Then you have your answer.