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Afternoon Folks!!! You asked I heard it))) this essay is written by my student who scored 8,5 overall and got 7,5 for his writing, I hope his sample will cast away all ur doubts and mispell many myths
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IELTS Writing Task 1: how to write the 'overview'

The overview / summary is a very important part of your task 1 report. Many people have no trouble describing specific details, but they find it difficult to describe the general features of a graph, chart or diagram. So here are my tips on how to write a good overview:

Always try to write two sentences. This forces you to describe two main or general features of the graph, chart or diagram.
Don't put any numbers in your overview. Save specific numbers for the 'details' paragraphs.
If the graph or chart shows a time period (e.g. years), look for the overall change from the beginning to the end of the period (e.g. from the first year to the last year).
Look for overall trends, and ignore individual figures that don't fit the trend. For example, if a graph shows a rising trend overall, you can ignore a specific year when the figures decreased - save that year for your 'details' paragraphs.
If no time period is shown, you can't look for trends. Instead, look for differences and similarities between items.
Don't look for individual 'highest' or 'lowest' figures such as a 'peak' on a line graph. Instead, describe the highest and lowest items overall (e.g. which line on the graph was the highest for the whole or most of the period?).
Start your overview with a simple phrase that clearly shows the examiner that this is your summary paragraph e.g. It is clear that... , It is noticeable that... , Overall we can see that...
If there are two different charts, write one overview sentence about each chart.
If there are more than two charts, they must be connected in some way, so look for two main features overall.
If the task is to describe a diagram or map that compares things, you can mention the main differences and maybe the number of differences and / or similarities between the two diagrams.
If the task is to describe a process diagram, you can mention the total number of stages in the process and say where or how the process begins and ends.
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Rise and Shine! Here is the soldier Abdurazzoq's version of the letter
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Dear Eva,

It will be almost a month since you wrote to me and you have possibly forgotten your state of mind (I doubt it though). You seem the same as always, and being you, hate every minute of it. Don’t! Learn to say “Fuck You” to the world once in a while. You have every right to. Just stop thinking, worrying, looking over your shoulder wondering, doubting, fearing, hurting, hoping for some easy way out, struggling, grasping, confusing, itchin, scratching, mumbling, bumbling, grumbling, humbling, stumbling, numbling, rumbling, gambling, tumbling, scumbling, scrambling, hitching, hatching, bitching, moaning, groaning, honing, boning, horse-shitting, hair-splitting, nit-picking, piss-trickling, nose sticking, ass-gouging, eyeball-poking, finger-pointing, alleyway-sneaking, long waiting, small stepping, evil-eyeing, back-scratching, searching, perching, besmirching, grinding, grinding, grinding away at yourself. Stop it and just DO!🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋
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Letter to Eva
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Forwarded from: Barno Mukimova
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Quite often I am asked for the best book for PART 3 Practice here I am sending a Maximiser Book with 100 topics given towards the end of the book which enormously helped my soldiers
Hope you find it helpful
Always Yours,
Wierdo Cap
Forwarded from: Barno Mukimova
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