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September 01, 2012


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dear Simon,
should there be blank line between each paragraph in the real exam? thanks

Hi Simon,
Could you PLease add an essay about Art in your website or ebook.

Hi simon,

I have a doubt in writing task I.Can i say reason for remarkable changes. For eg: in your writing task I example about increasing number for car users- Globalaization would be a reason for this issue.My teacher told me to guess and write about cause for the changes in summary. Is it correct?Shall i do it in my exam?
Please guide me

Thanks, Simon, for answering my question about hometown and current city.

I am currently practising writing an essay of the importance of trational music and international music. I find myself quite stuck in this essay. Could you please give me some hints?

Many thanks again.

The best practice is the use minutely the grammar and mistake archive of the site. You can take note and then analyze the fact.

However, the true practice of Grammar is in the use it in the sentence. Without using you you can make yourself a better performer.

Besides, what you have understood you may write your comments in the site. It makes you a good writer. To be a good writer you have to write every day, every moments.

Best of Luck.


thank you Kamal.

Hi simon,

Could you please advise me on the difference between "a reason to " and " a reason for".
My gut feeling tells me that "a reason for" has something to do with cause and effect, but how tot explane "a reason to".

Regards Wietske


I no longer have time to answer everyone's questions individually. However, I do read them all, and I'll try to answer some of them in a lesson each Saturday.

Hi Simon.

Could you please answer the following questions.

When I practice for speaking part 2 I have problem with choosing what to describe. For example, when I had to describe a festival I could not remember any festival and decided to describe Victory day Parade. Or when I had to describe my first day at a job or course I talked about the day I was introduced to my research supervisor. Is it all right? Will l lose scores for this on the exam?

Thank you.


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