The topic of change in people’s lives has been widely discussed recently.
The opening sentence of any essay is an opportunity to: (more…)
Receiving any aids from developed countries might be benefitial for developing countries.
OK so there is a difference between aid (countable) and aid (uncountable). (more…)
Fallacies are fake or deceptive arguments. Although they seem to make sense, they can be shown to be false. Fallacies are not always deliberate, but a good scholar’s purpose is always to identify and unmask them. (more…)
Restaurant sales peaked on Friday. On the contrary, the restaurant gained its lowest earnings on Sunday.
If you are contrasting two things that are both true, do not use on the contrary (more…)
Thanks to GuruEAP follower Devina who has requested an explanation of the use of that of. (more…)
In a previous post we saw a demonstration of the ideal IELTS Task 1 essay structure, and here’s another example. (more…)
A good way to structure your IELTS Task 1 essay is to divide it into three sections, as follows: (more…)
In this activity we see two body paragraphs taken from an IELTS Task 2 essay discussing space exploration. (more…)
In this post we think about how a writer describes percentages so that the reader is always able to answer the question ‘percent of what?’. (more…)
For some reason I posted this as a page some time back, but here it is again as a post so that it shows up more easily in searches. Enjoy! (more…)