“Furthermore studies show that mental performance operates better after a distraction from a task that is structured as studying.”

“Furthermore studies show that mental performance operates better after a distraction from a task that is structured as studying.”

Then finish the sentence with “Therefore recreational time through the students’ schedule might have detrimental effects.”

Also, not the greater amount of specific vocabulary.

I’m speaking about “schedule”

This really is good vocabulary because it is vocabulary only pertaining to education or specially related to education.

Therefore it shows the examiner I’ve got rich vocabulary.

“Many people say that globalization and the growing quantity of multinational companies have a negative influence on the environment.”

“to what extent to you personally agree or disagree.”

“Use specific reasons and examples to guide your position.”

So what’s the crooks associated with the question?

“That globalization and multinational companies are damaging the environment. Having a bad effect.”

So first: Globalization, definitely damaging environmental surroundings.

I really could be long. I could give a lengthy and complex, more accurate answer saying that:

“Globalization is increasing the price of world economic resources that is therefore increasing the cost of substitute products (or rival products) such as for example ecological energy from wind farms… blah, blah, blah…”

However the examiner does care n’t. Yeah?

He really wants to see just something logical.

So I’m just likely to take simple route.

Something that is going to be simple to explain and where I’ve got some vocabulary that is good.

Let’s go. This might be my idea:

“Increased interaction between countries”

“Leads to improve goods and services traded”

“Which means more production”

“Therefore more resource extraction” (such as for instance mining)…

Maybe I’ll remove that in my final sentence ’cause then i possibly could just speak about the example, which would be:

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