Hi, I'm Liz. Welcome to my IELTS tips, model answers and practice

- Whether or not you are a vegetarian or an animal right's "activist",you may want to consider abstaining from buying superfluous objects that derive from animal sacrifice,such as fur coats, ivory objects or any other object made with animalbody-parts.

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- Weneed to contact governmental authorities and express our beliefthat birds, mice, and other rodents are living beings capable of experiencing pain andsuffering, just as humans are, and that we find it that they have been officially deemed unworthy of guidelines for their humane treatment atlaboratories, under the the Animal Welfare Act!


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We need to stop throwing our trash into theoceans and dispose of them properly on land.

I totally agree with the idea that companies, themselves,can and should contact the FDA and EPA, and urge them to revise their laws thatare not only outmoded, but also insensitive to the unnecessary sufferingimposed on living beings!


can’t we discuss like agree and dis agree and concluded them at once

There is no word limit for any paragraph but as the introduction only needs two statements, it is usual to write only around 40 to 50 words. Writing more isn’t really worth the time or effort. Paraphrasing is about changing word order, active to passive, noun to adjective etc.
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Liz

Thanks liz it helps me most to solve every confusion……

Hello,
Thank you for sharing so much information about IELTS. Your method of explaining things is very effective.
I wanted to ask if it’s okay to write over 50 words in the introduction in task2 writing. Would there be any negative marking for going beyond that limit?
Also, I would like to know if you can just simply change active to passive or viceversa to paraphrase along with keeping a few original words as it is to write background statement?
Thanks,
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Thanks a bunch for your prompt response. God bless you.. 🙂

- As I've already suggested, do make a contribution to an organization that benefits animalsand fights for their rights and for the implementation of better laws to protectthem. Again, don’t think that a little bit doesn’t count. Even as little asa few dollars, given to an animal shelter, for example, can buy some food ormedicine for the animals in their care, and may even save a life. Given toan Animal Rights organization, it will help them with their expenses in order toconduct their campaign against cruelty and injustice done to defenseless animals. Here again are some useful links, to select charitable organizations thatbenefit animals: For a list of no-kill shelters, provided by the"Save Our Strays" website, click For a list of animal sanctuaries, provided by the "Green People"website, click I also would like you to have this link to a list of many animal rightsorganizations, as provided by the "All Creatures" organizationwebsite: click

Your comment will be appreciable.Thanks in advance.

The bottom line, as I see it, is that, within the boundaries ofnon-violence and human dignity, we all, in any way possible, truly need to engage in animal rights activism(as in "don't just stand there, do something!"), to fight the injustices and horrors doneby Man to other species, particularly in the last few decades.