Date of publication: 2017-09-03 16:28
Thank you for providing this lesson.
In the first part, you use 8776 the most effective method in developing and improving 8776 .
However, at the end, you use 8775 the most effective method to developing and improving 8776 .
Will both 8775 in 8776 and 8775 to 8776 be correct?
I think 8775 in 8776 should be the correct word to use.
On the path to perfection, you need to make sure every single one of your weak points is covered. Even one mistake on all of SAT Writing can knock you down from an 855.
hi Great LIZ 🙂
I just want to ask if we can use the term practice instead of exercise in this context (the essay in the video about regular exercise) ?
Hi,mam,I have appeared for ielts 9 times& for all these time I lack a better writing usually get a band score of ,but 7 is the academic you suggest me something for band 7.
However, sooner or later you will be looking at different uses of the present perfect, and more often than not its relation with the past tense. This is where things often get tricky, partly because of the potentially misleading word present in present perfect. It could be worthwhile to focus the students’ attention first on the perfect and then the present. Doing this, rather than the other way around will make explanations of the uses of the present perfect easier.
You can use places that are more familiar to your students (towns and sites around their country, being visited by a bus tour of British pensioners for example).
Unfortunately, with more homework and increased writing expectations, many middle school students become overwhelmed with both their schoolwork and homework. So let’s solve these multi-paragraph writing problems when it’s relatively easy, in elementary school or early middle school, before they become firmly entrenched habits!
I have heard from some tutors (both in person and from blogs) that it is required to write an 8775 outline sentence 8776 at the end of the introduction paragraph, blueprinting the main ideas the candidate intends to explain.