Many people spend a complete lot of cash attending cultural or sports events. Will it be a great or a thing that is bad?
BODY PARAGRAPH 1
Definitely a development that is good gives something for individuals to aspire to. Moreover it most likely begets higher revenues for the performers and promoters , which will ultimately result in a even more events. This undoubtedly results in greater monetary and cultural wealth for a society. Take as an example the English Premier League (EPL), this entertainment spectacle has taken wealth that is considerable cities such as for example Manchester, Liverpool and London. Higher ticket prices result in better wages for football stars, which lead to more quality players planning to play within the EPL, ultimately causing a cons >high net-worth individuals surviving in these cities. There has undoubtedly been an optimistic self-fulfilling cycle of improvement and quality, fuelled by increasing prices. Furthermore high prices will most likely mean higher tax revenues for the government, this might be definitely very theraputic for society.
P2 – Same, but connect with a event that is cultural ballet – opera.
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What we’re going to do is look at about 5 or 6 IELTS Task 2 questions.
And together we’re going to function with what we’re going to write for every paragraph.
I’m going to be quite quick but i simply like to explain to you the process I prefer for when I’m writing my essays.
And I also do write a lot of essays ’cause I find out
the greater I write, the easier it gets (logically).
And undoubtedly being a native speaker, I don’t need to check it.
Although, I will admit
my spelling is not fantastic.
However, I got Microsoft Word and things like that for many associated with the other problems (usually the vowels and stuff).
But anyway, let’s get going.
To start with, best of luck to Shuko and Hamilian.
The 2 online students that are gonna make the test.
I’ve been working with them trying to get ideas working on the speaking,
get ideas for essays,
working on their grammar,
and I’m pretty certain they’re going to get it done.
So we’ll see. I’ll let you know how it goes.
But I’m pretty certain it can be done by them.
They’ve been working quite hard (especially Shuko… she never stop sending me essays).
Let’s get started.
So I’ve decided to take question from about a few subjects.
Let’s get started.
It is better for students to work before the university study?“Do you think”
“Use reasons and examples that are specific support your choice.”
With this essay, I made a decision “Yes, it is better.”
For the 1st paragraph I said:
“The student would get practical experience,”
“they get contacts,”
“they get on-the-job skills.”
That’s very good collocation to use “on-the-job skills.”
And then to show my point, an example is given by me and I say,
“Studies from the UK Government show that graduates with work experience are twice as prone to find employment.”
So that it’s quite believable, that example.
And undoubtedly, these are merely rough ideas but it’s a solid idea.
And I’m going to say “yes” from do my essay just starting to the end.
I’m not planning to write a essay that is discussive there’s no need to.
I agree totally with what the question says.
Then for question 2, once again “yes.” A reason that is second.
So I’ll say, “Can you maintain the first argument?”
I’ll say, “It’s better preparation, chance to improve social skills, close the gap between academia in addition to private sector…”
Also more collocations there: “social skills,” and “private sector.”
“It also helps the student to commit…”
“It also helps the student before they invest in a permanent plan.”
So it helps them decide. Then for my example, I said:
“One away from six students will change their higher education course while at university.”
If you actually glance at the presentation on a slideshow or on the video on YouTube,
You’ll see that the notes, they’re not sentences that are full. It’s just a few bullet points, random ideas, all put together.
And I’ve used the shortened version (I didn’t say “university” I just put “uni”).
‘Cause at this stage, my grammar doesn’t have to be perfect.
The spelling doesn’t need to be perfect.
I’m just getting ideas and building the essay.
In this podcast, we’re just going to have a look at paragraph 1 and paragraph 2.
‘Cause introductions and conclusions could be written after you’ve got your ideas that are main the human body paragraphs.
… And that is where you pick up most points.
Next question… Also related to education…
“Some people believe that children should do organized activities in their leisure time while others genuinely believe that children ought to be able to do what they need to accomplish inside their spare time.”
Not the most effective written question there but anyway…
“Which viewpoint do you really agree with?”
“Use specific reasons and examples to aid your answer.”
Quickly, I’m writing down ideas. I’m planning to say:
“There’s lots of benefits in letting the mind wonder.”
“Children can express themselves.”
“They are able to find themselves.”
“They may do whatever they prefer and excel at.”
Like I said, ideas. Ideas. Just getting them down. Maybe I’ll use 2 among these in the actual body paragraph.
Then I’ve got a good example… or a believable example
(I invented this however it doesn’t matter.)
(I invented this but it’s believable.)
“Recent studies show 12% of school students dislike physical education, therefore if sports were chosen it be unfair to this minority.”
Yeah? That’s believable. That’s believable. It’s about 12%.
I remember at school, there’s a few that didn’t’ like sports, so it’s believable.
I’m not saying, “99% or all students hate physical activity” because that could just be insanely inaccurate.
And also, notice the vocabulary I used.
I’ve used the collocations of course, “physical education”
but I also used, “dislike” I didn’t say “hate” or “absolutely disgust” because that is very strong language.
And also this is an academic essay it a little bit so we have to limit.
We can't be so absolute.
Now, my second paragraph is targeted on the cost and what could be necessary.