Since we recently learned about opera in class, I want to explore the future of opera - where it will go next with the ever advancing modern technology, media and entertainment, and what researches are currently being done at...
I was notified by the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists that I was chosen to represent my school and state at this wonderful event.
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please could you tell me as soon as possible ,I just booked my test for first of August .
I have a doubt regarding the writing task2, when I was doing a sample writing task, I came across this “include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience”. So, does this mean we can give real life examples while writing our essay?
You should not be thinking about memorising facts for your essay. It will not help your score at all. IELTS don’t expect you to do that. When are you asked to support your ideas, it means to explain them or give examples of situations – not figures, statistics or facts.
I wish I could say that I thought of all of the above myself, but the cycle described above and the "success beliefs" that follow are actually based on a life-changing conversation I had with the legendary Art Mortell, author of .
With the desired new reality in place, the next step is to act on it. The first step toward making that desired future a reality was starting this site. And now, with each new sketch that I post and skill that I develop, I can feel myself getting closer to that goal.
Your aim in your essay is to provide clear, relevant main points which are well developed, explained and linked. Your other aim is to provide accurate grammar and vocabulary in English. Those examples might be appropriate to use one example but certainly not more than that. Once you make your point, move on – don’t become repetitive. Your Japanese example is confusing for people who don’t understand Japanese but your example from the Philippines is clearer. Remember this is not about filling your essay will all your ideas – it is about being selective and deciding what to include and what to exclude.
As you can see from the sketch, I was (and still am) looking for balance in my life – the right combination of work and play, and the right amount of variation within each of those.
Since originally creating the sketch above, my goals have shifted slightly, but the core components are still there. I think that it’s worthwhile to reevaluate the sketch that you have drawn for yourself from time to time and update it to reflect new circumstances, new perspective, and new life goals.
After watching ‘s TEDx talk titled , I decided to give her suggestion a try. I sketched out what for me at that moment was the life that I wanted to achieve for myself:
So tell me, what does your future look like? If you’re passionate about making it a reality, check out Dobrowolski’s site, her TEDTalk, and her book: .
In discussing information from your text, you must reference the appropriate chapters, identify and define each relevant concept, and explain why the psychological concepts you focus on are or will be relevant to your career and your future life. You will be expected to use specific examples of how the concepts will be relevant to your career. Merely saying a concept is important is not sufficient. You must be specific about how it will benefit you in your career.
Can we you hypothetical statistics? For example, if I want to make my point strong, can i use any university name or any research journal?? I mean can i state in the essay that,
“In a recent article published by ABC university, 70% of the people have found addicted to smartphones”
Whereas in fact, there is no such article ever published stating this fact of 70%.