In more and more countries, people choose to give money on special occasions rather than personally giving gifts. Why might this be the case? Is it a positive or negative development?
You need to answer two parts: the cause and your opinion - negative or positive. Either side is ok to choose.
- Lack of understanding of the giftee, avoid offending the giftee.
- Money is easy for the giftee to use; it's accepted in most cases.
- Save time searching for fittable gifts.
- Don't disclose the giver's information and preference.
- Leaving the nature of the gift, giving money cannot pass particular feelings, like friendship or congrats.
- A financial gift is easy for the giftee to consume; it possibly becomes a tool for corruption.
- Avoid misunderstanding and misleading between the two sides for a particular present item.
- Save time choosing and preparing gifts.
- The giftee can easily enjoy the gift, the gift value won't be wasted.
Initially, a gift isn't simply money. But currently, financial gifts have become more appreciated than various items. While such presents may show a lack of interest in another person's life, I believe it is a positive tendency because of its universality to let a giftee handle more flexibly, like purchasing a long ...
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Band: 7.5The below version has fixed some obvious lexical and grammatical defects. The band is by the revised version, but comments are based on the original version.Task Response:
-Ideas relating to each sector mentioned in the prompt are presented, but as an IELTS essay, it's too long..Coherence and Cohesion:
-The writing is well organized, and there is clear progression throughout, although the use of some cohesive devices could be more flexible.Lexical Resources:
-The range of vocabulary is sufficient to allow some flexibility and precision, and it shows an awareness of styles and collocation.Grammar Range and Accuracy:
-There is a wide range of structures, these are used flexibly; however, there are occasional errors in punctuation.