Give your opinion and examples from your own experience.

Some people spend a lot of income attending cultural or sports events. Is it a good or a thing that is bad?

Definitely a development that is good gives something for people to aspire to. Moreover it most begets that are likely revenues for the performers and promoters , which should ultimately lead to a even more events. This undoubtedly leads to greater monetary and cultural wealth for a society. Take for example the English Premier League (EPL), this entertainment spectacle has brought 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 attempting to play when you look at the EPL, leading to a cons >high net-worth individuals moving into these cities. There has undoubtedly been a positive cycle that is self-fulfilling of and quality, fuelled by increasing prices. Furthermore prices that are high most likely mean higher tax revenues for the government, this is certainly definitely very theraputic for society.

P2 – Same, but apply to a event that is cultural ballet – opera.

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What we’re going to do is have a look at about 5 or 6 IELTS Task 2 questions.

And together we’re planning to work through what we’re going to write for each paragraph.

I’m going to be quite quick but i recently wish to show you the method I use for when I’m writing my essays.

And I do write a complete lot of essays ’cause I find out

the greater I write, the easier and simpler it gets (logically).

And of course being a speaker that is native I don’t have to check it.

Although, I shall admit

my spelling is not fantastic.

However, I got Microsoft Word and things like that for many associated with other problems (usually the vowels and stuff).

But anyway, let’s get started.

To begin with, good luck to Shuko and Hamilian.

The 2 students that are online are gonna take the test.

I’ve been working together with them trying to get ideas working on the speaking,

get ideas for essays,

taking care of their grammar,

and I’m pretty certain they’re going to do it.

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 me essays) shuko… she never stop sending.

Let’s get started.

So I’ve decided to take question from about three or four subjects.

Let’s get started.

“Do you think it is better for students to the office ahead of the university study?”

“Use reasons and specific examples to support your choice.”

Because of this essay, I decided “Yes, it is advisable.”

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 through the UK Government show that graduates with work experience are twice as prone to find employment.”

So it’s quite believable, that example.

Not to mention, these are merely rough ideas but it’s a idea that is solid.

And i’m going to” say“yes from pay for papers starting to the finish.

I’m not going to write a essay that is discussive there’s you should not.

I agree totally by what the question says.

Then for question 2, once more “yes.” A reason that is second.

So I’ll say, “Can you continue the very first argument?”

I’ll say, “It’s better preparation, possiblity to improve social skills, close the gap between academia and the 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 agree to a long term 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 look at the presentation on a slideshow or from the video on YouTube,

You’ll see that the notes, they’re not full sentences. It’s just a bullet that is few, random ideas, all come up with.

And I’ve used the shortened version (i did son’t say “university” I just put “uni”).

‘Cause at this time, my grammar doesn’t need to be perfect.

The spelling doesn’t have to be perfect.

I’m just getting ideas and building the essay.

In this podcast, we’re just planning to look at paragraph 1 and paragraph 2.

‘Cause introductions and conclusions may be written when you’ve got your ideas that are main your system paragraphs.

… And that is where you pick up most points.

Next question… Also related to education…

“Some people believe that children have to do organized activities within their leisure time although some think that children should always be liberated to do what they need to accomplish in their time that is free.

Not the very best written question there but anyway…

“Which viewpoint do you really agree with?”

“Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.”

Quickly, I’m writing down ideas. I’m planning to say:

“There’s lots of benefits in letting your brain wonder.”

“Children can go to town.”

“They can find themselves.”

“They can perform whatever they prefer and do well at.”

Like I said, ideas. Ideas. Just getting them down. Maybe I’ll use 2 of those when you look at the body paragraph that is actual.

Then I’ve got an example… or a example that is believable

(I invented this nonetheless it doesn’t matter.)

(I invented this however it’s believable.)

“Recent studies also show 12% of school students dislike physical education, therefore if sports were chosen it is unfair for 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 that it’s believable.

I’m not saying, “99% or all learning students hate physical activity” because that will just be insanely inaccurate.

As well as, 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 this is certainly very strong language.

And this is an academic essay therefore we need certainly to limit it a little bit.

We can not be so absolute.

Now, my paragraph that is second focuses the price and what will be necessary.