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Firstly, dealing with the issues surrounding obesity and weight problems is best solved by taking a long term approach and introducing more sport and exercise in schools. This method will ensure that the next generation will be healthier and will not have such health problems. At the moment, the average child in the West does sport possibly twice a week, which is not enough to counteract their otherwise sedentary lifestyle. However, by incorporating more sports classes into the curriculum as well as encouraging extracurricular sports activities, they will undoubtedly become fitter and more active.

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Hi Liz
Is it ok to have a balanced opinion to opinion essays or agree disagree
Can I have a partly agree opinion
Or I just need to stick at 1 side
Thank you


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Frederick Engels, Ernest Untermann, eds.

Hello Liz,
I was asked following topic-
‘Money is the most important thing for happiness.
To what extent do you agree or disagree. Give examples from your life.’
My question is while giving examples, should they be specifically from our lives or should they be in general context?


2. Phrases that suggest the person islying:

And with the release of came another critical element: the invention of Wolfram Notebooks. Notebooks arrived in a form at least superficially very similar to the way they are today (and already in many ways more sophisticated than the imitations that started appearing 25+ years later!): collections of cells arranged into groups, and capable of containing text, executable code, graphics, etc.

a) You claim that... b) You say that... c) You state that...

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.
All the best
Liz

3. Expressions that imply that the recipientis not too bright:

But it was only in 1986, when I started documenting what became Mathematica and the Wolfram Language, that I started seriously developing a style close to what I now favor for computational essays:

4. Demanding phrases that imply coercion/pressure:

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,
anon:D

5. Phrases that might be interpreted assarcastic orpatronizing:

Now that we have full-fledged computational essays, I realize I’ve been on a path towards them for . At first I was taking interactive computer output and Scotch-taping descriptions into it: