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Dear Mr Simon and my all friends , I tried to write longer this report but I don't know how to manage the information well. Please comment on my writing. Thank you in advance.

The flow diagram illustrates the process of waste paper recycling.

There are 4 stages in this process, beginning with the waste paper collection. This paper then is sorted, transported, cleaned and de-inked, finally the paper making machine.

At the beginning of process, waste paper is collected from the public paper banks and from business. The paper then is graded and the unsuitable paper is removed by hand. After that, the paper is delivered to paper mill.

At the fourth stage, the paper is cleaned, pulped and other materials (e.g staples) are moved out. Next, the inks and glues are also removed out of paper. Finally, the paper is machined manufacture of usable paper.

Hi Simon,
pray for me, i have my IELTS on Saturday, October 12

Just a simple question, is there any difference between writing task 2 for General and academic module?
Look forward to receiving your answer

thanks in advance

Thank you for your effort for running such a great site.
I have a question. Is there any way to correct our writing or at least give us an approximate score to where do I stand?

The above flow chart illustrates the recycling process in which the used papers are used to produce new papers. As it is shown, the wasted papers are collected from different sources such as banks or businesses where consume significant amount of papers. After collection, the used papers are sorted and those which are not suitable for reusing are removed. Then the remained papers are transported to paper mill, a facility where papers go through a cleaning and pulping process. First at this part all non-paper materials such as staples are removed, then the papers are mixed with water in pulping machines and become the raw material for new paper known as pulp. The pulp are sent in the next level known as De-inking process in which all impurities such as ink and glues are removed and provide a white clean pulp for next step. A new usable paper is the final product made from the pulp by paper making machine.

The flow chart illustrates recycling process of waste paper sequentially in 6 main steps. This process involves six stages, namely paper collection, sorting, transportation, cleaning, de-inking and paper making.

First of all, waste papers are collected from various sources such as public paper banks and various offices. The collected papers are then sorted; in which they are graded and improper papers are removed for disposal. The collected paper stock is then transported to paper mill.

The next step involves cleaning, de-inking and paper making. The papers, after being received, are cleaned and their pulp is formed. Other scrap materials like staples are removed and the pulp is forwarded for the next process of de-inking. In this process, the pulp is made free of inks and glues, if any. The extract is then transported to paper making machine where usable paper is received as an output of the machine.

The waste paper is recycled through various stages for reusing and some inadequate papers are removed during various stages of the process.

I doubt about my concluding paragraph. Is it ok?

Regards,
piyu

Hi mr simon, I have a grammar question to ask.
Really hope to get a solution from you sir.

'the availability of modern medicines also benefits the people as more lives are saved and concurrently boost life expectancy.'

I don't understand why is it boost not boostS.

I take 'availability of ' as subject, and benefits as verb. Isn't availability is a single subject?
Unless it's availabilities... then I'll write boost without the S.

Looking forward to your reply Mr. Simon.
Thankyou

Regards,
Michelle.

Hi Simon Sir.
Can we use both the words i.e. "step" and "stage" in such questions which involve describing a diagram [ e.g.water cycle] or flowchart as in the question give in this task.
for example..
1. The first stage involves gathering waste paper from ....
2. The second step is manual sorting of the paper so collected.

HI MOHAMED,

yes there will be different question for essay Task 2 (aca & general )

me too. i have IELTS TEST tomorrow, all d best :)
PRAY and do your best !
which country that you will be seated for IELTS test tomorrow?

BEST OF LUCK

hi simoooooooooon

could you please teach us how to write dates in listening tests? like 19th of october or 19th oct or october 19th ????
i am confused .

The flow chart illustrates a whole process of paper recycling divided into six stages including: waste paper collection, sorting by hand, transportation, cleaning, De-inking and paper making machine.
In the first stage, waste papers will be collected from public paper banks and businesses, and then in the next stage, these collected waste papers will be graded by hand and un-recycled papers will be eliminated in the end of this stage.
In the third stage of this process, suitable and sorted papers will be transported to paper mill, and these papers will be ready for cleaning process.
In the cleaning stage, papers will be cleaned, pulped and all substances like staples will be removed and they will be ready for going to de-inking stage for removing of all inks and glues.
In the last stage of this process, cleaned papers will go to paper maker machine for manufacturing of usable papers.
(150 words)

The flow chart shows how recycled paper is produced. The process includes main stages, namely the collection of paper waste, sorting by hand, transportation, cleaning, de-inking and the machine manufacture of a usable product.
First, used paper is collected from certain sources which are mostly either public paper banks or businesses. The next step is manual sorting, when suitable paper is separated from unrecyclable pieces. Sorted paper is then transported to a paper mill for future processing.
At the mill, the mass of paper is cleaned and refined. It is then softened and turned wet through pulping. After that, unnecessary materials need to be disposed of, so items like staples and etc. are eliminated.
Next comes the de-inking procedure, during which printed ink and glue stains are removed. Finally, the processed material is sent to a special machine to be converted into usable recycled paper. The resulting product is ready for use.

(152 words)

Hi MELISA,

i am in Qatar, what about you? where you will take it?

All the best

Hello simon.
In a essay you wrote that The USA has won a total of around 2,300 Olympic medals.
I want to ask you if I replace has won by won, is it ok?
I'll wait for your replay. Thanks

Hello Simon,
Do you think conclusion is required for writing task 1?

Thanks

This diagram illustrates the recycling process of waste paper. This process includes six main steps: collecting useless paper, sorting, transporting, cleaning, de-inking and producing new paper.
Firstly, wasted paper is collected from different sources such as public paper bank and business offices. Collected paper is categorized by hand and inappropriate paper is removed. What remains is carried to paper mill.
In paper mill, transported paper is cleaned and converted to pulp, in which metal material such as staple is picked up. In de-inking step, dirt like glue and ink is removed and final pure pulp achieves. In final step, this pulp is used by machine to produce useful paper.
According this low chart, manufacturing recycled paper is provided during complicated proceeding.

The flow chart provides information about the process of transforming waste paper into usable one.> < Overall, the whole process consists of six stages,begining with collection of waste papers, which then followed by subsequent steps namely sorting out by hand, transportation, cleaning, de-inking and finally with a paper making machine waste papers are recycled into usable forms. > < Looking at the first three stages in details, waste papers are initially collected from public paper banks and businesses. Next step is sorted out manually, where papers are graded and removal of unnecessary papers are done. After then, these papers are transported into a paper mill. < > In the paper mill, remaining three stages are taken place. Firstly, after cleaning of waste papers, they are being pulped and removal of unwanted materials such as staples are occured, and the papers are now ready for de-inking. In this particular de-inking stage, glues and inks are removed from papers. At last the final products are put into the paper making machine, and it manufactures the papers which can reuse. With thanks to All.Sathi

The flow chart desribes the process of making usable paper from the waste paper recycling. As we can see, the process consists of four main stages – manual sorting, transportation, cleaning and de – inking.
At the beginning, waste paper should be picked up from the public paper banks and businesses and distributed for sorting by hand. Manual sorting presents the first stage of preparation when people evaluate waste paper and divide inappropriate from suitable paper. Paper which is not useful will be removed, although paper with a good quality will be transported and delivered to the mill.
The next , third step of recycling is cleaning the paper thats in the mill. It means separating redundant materials (for example staples) from the paper. Treatment will be continued with de – inking. On this stage, inks and glues are removed from the paper. And finally after that, this cleaned paper will be sent to the paper making machine where it will be converted to an usable paper, ready for future use.

Dear Simon,
Thanks for your wonderful website and here is my essay.

All comments are very welcome, thanks!!!

The flow chart explains the six steps of recycle processes of waste paper.

In general, there are six steps to reproduce the waste paper, such as waste paper collection, hand sorting, transportation, cleaning, de-linking and paper making machine.

At first, collecting waste paper from paper banks and business is the initial step. Then, all paper need to be graded and paper can not be used will be removed. After the second step, all paper is loaded in truck and the truck transport paper to the paper mill. In the paper mill, paper not only need to be cleaned and pulped but also need to re-picked in order to remove useless materials. In the five step, the inks and glues that already printed and used on the paper are need to remove, too. Putting the raw materials which have been through five processes into paper making machine is the last step. After all, the reproduction processes of waste paper is completed and reproduction paper can be used again.

the flow chart provides information about how waste paper is being recycled involving various steps.
overall, it is very clear that the whole process occurs in six sequences, using both the machine and human beings.
first of all, used papers are collected from different sources such as public paper banks and businesses. Then, any unsuitable paper is removed manually after making categorization. once this process has been completed, these are transported to the paper mill for delivery.
in the paper mill, these papers undergo further steps. firstly, these are cleaned and removed of any materials, staples, for example. after that, they are made into pulp form. next, any impurities like glues and inks were removed: this process is known as de-inking. finally, they are poured into a paper making machine where these processed old papers were converted into a new reusable one. this is how the waste papers are recycled into a new usable papers.

can anyone correct this task please
thank u.

Q: If I copy question statement in order to meet the wordcount, will i be penalised?

Q: if i also do it for task 2's intro and conclusion, any penalty?

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