IELTS

Qualifying words are the words in the question which tell the student how the various ideas relate together. They are often the words that present opinion. Contrast: despite this, while, whereas, however, on the other hand, differs from, in contrast to, conversely,unlike, although Compare: in the same vein, likewise, similarly, this mirrors, just as, has in […]

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IELTS Essay structure Paragraph 1 – Introduction • Sentence 1 – Background statement • Sentence 2 – Detailed background statement • Sentence 3 – Thesis • Sentence 4 – Outline sentence Paragraph 2 – First supporting paragraph • Sentence 1 – Topic sentence • Sentence 2 – Example • Sentence 3 – Discussion • Sentence […]

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Some people feel raising the age limit required for obtaining a driver’s licence can enhance road safety. Would this be an effective strategy in your country? The age at which a person is legally able to drive is a very important consideration. In my home country of Canada, successful test takers can drive independently at […]

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Some people prefer shopping in shopping centers, while others prefer local markets. What are the advantages of each? Which shopping experience do you prefer? Share any personal experiences you have had. Shopping preferences vary widely between one consumer and another. Many are of the opinion that shopping centers provide the optimal consumer experience. Others, however, […]

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An item you purchased online arrived defective.

Write a letter to the company you purchased the item from. in your letter

  • state the details of the order
  • describe what the problem is
  • explain what you want the company to do

Write at least ISO words.

You do NOT need to write any addresses.

Begin your letter as follows:

Dear…………………………

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am writing to you to express my dissatisfaction regarding a recent

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To stem from Example: Most people’s insecurities stem from something that happened in their childhood. To allocate smth to smth: to give something officially to somebody/something for a particular purpose Example: More funds will now be allocated to charitable organizations. Wildlife: animals, birds, insects, etc. that are wild and live in a natural environment. Example: […]

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Harmful: causing damage or injury to sb/sth, especially to a person’s health or to the environment Example: the harmful effects of alcohol) Prohibit: to stop sth from being done or used especially by law Example: Soviet citizens were prohibited from travelling abroad. Interrupt: to stop sth for a short time Example: The game was interrupted […]

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Peer: a person who is the same age or who has the same social status as you Example: Children are worried about failing in front of their peers. Effort: the physical or mental energy that you need to do sth (nỗ lực). Example: You should put more effort into your work. Long-term (adj): continuing for […]

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