IELTS General Writing Task 2

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 IELTS General Writing Task 2 - Study and Practice:My Essay   
Some people believe that old buildings should be replaced with more modern ones. Other people argue that we should protect old buildings because they have a special value.

Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

Write at least 250 words.
Some people think that historic buildings are no need any more and should replaced with modern ones. However, others argue that historic buildings must be preserved in order to...
By Mohamed Shokry, 2017-11-05  Show sample content  Show topic and answer essay  

Band: NA (Total words: 282)
Comment:
  • The conclusion is too simple, rewrite to summarize your points.
  • You should avoid using common words repeatedly, and show your grammatical range and accuracy as possible. The essay has AND(13) BUILDINGS(8) OUR(7); try to decrease duplicated words.
  • High ratio basic sight words may degrade your writing, suggest to rephrase some of them. You can try to rewrite Paragraph 1 as start point.
  • Suggest to use a few rare or uncommon words to demonstrate your vocabulary range and level. E.g., Introduction seems too plain, try to polish it.
As cities grow and become more crowded, there is often a debate about exactly what sort of construction is best in urban centres. Should we build modern towers out of glass and...
By Jiabao Lam, 2017-10-03  Show sample content  Show topic and answer essay  

Band: 8 (Total words: 261)
Comment:
  • High ratio basic sight words may degrade your writing, suggest to rephrase some of them. You can try to rewrite Conclusion as start point.
  • Suggest to use a few rare or uncommon words to demonstrate your vocabulary range and level. E.g., Introduction seems too plain, try to polish it.
  • Suggest to refine coherence and cohesion by removing wordy linking words.