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February 13, 2016


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Hi Simon. Thank you for your help. I use your technique in writing essays, but sometimes I feel difficulty in defining proper structure before I start writing. One example is the below essay:
"It is generally believed that the Internet is an excellent means of communication but some people suggest that it may not be the best place to find information. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion." Can we start this essay with "People have different views about.."? There are 2 views which do not fully contradict each other. Some say internet is excellent means of communication, others say it is not the best place to find info. So do I have to write about effective communication sides of internet in the first body and do not touch useful sides of finding info? And in the second body to write about only less usefulness in finding info not adding less effectiveness of communication? What about opinion? What partial means here? What is strong opinion here: either to agree with those who think it is effective communication mean, or to agree with the latter who think it is not best to find info? what if I have opinion that it is best to find info? Because non of the views say so I am really confused :(

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Adel. Where did you get this question? It is not a real IELTS essay question.

Hi Simon,can I use pencil in writing task instead of using pen?

hi Simon, I'm confused whether paper based exam will be better or computer based.

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