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BAR CHART, DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Jan 02, 2019 / Academic / 5:14 am

      MODEL ANSWER:   The bar chart shows the opinions of Australian students on whether different subjects were easy or difficult. As can be seen in the chart, Maths was rated as difficult by the highest percentage of students. When nearly 70% of students rated it as...

Smoking is one of the biggest social threats, and so it should be banned immediately. How far do you support the statement? Why?

Dec 31, 2018 / Academic / 1:20 am

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task. Smoking is one of the biggest social threats, and so it should be banned immediately. How far do you support the statement? Why? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at...

SOMETHING INTERESTING HAPPENED IN YOUR SCHOOL

Dec 29, 2018 / Cue Card / 5:48 pm

BRING INTO THE SCENE

Dec 29, 2018 / Phrasal Verbs / 5:33 pm

To cause something to be better or more clearly understood or seen in a new perspective. Although a considerable percentage of the public might refer to these hazards as hazards for the young predominantly, yet many of these concerns are actually brought into the scene by the old people.  

RADICAL (writing task 2, speaking)

Dec 29, 2018 / Vocabulary / 5:22 pm

Adjective (especially of change or action) Relating to or affecting the fundamental nature of something; far-reaching or thorough. So they raise the alarms for those radical and serious consequences

TABLE: ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED HOUSE CONSTRUCTION IN THE UK ( 2015)

Dec 29, 2018 / Academic / 5:06 pm

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. The table shows information on the number of estimated and actual numbers of houses built in the UK by region in 2015. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least...

UNLEASH ( writing task 2)

Dec 28, 2018 / Vocabulary / 6:07 pm

Cause (a strong or violent force) to be released or become unrestrained. “the cool approach to the talks could unleash more violence”