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1. In 2005, School A had faced major problem in following instructions (42%).
2. Compared to the year 2005, spelling and following instruction problems were increased to double figure.
3. 6 % students had problem in spelling in 2005.
4. School A's handwriting remained same in both periods(28%) and in 2015 it was the major problem for students.
5. School A faced equal number of problems 35 each in listening and verbal expression of ideas.

In 2005,42% of the School children A faced a major problem in Following Instructions

In comparison to 2005, spelling and following instructions have doubled after 10 years.

6% students had troubles in spelling in 2005

Handwriting accounted level off for 28% in two years and it was the biggest percentage of the problem in 2015.

1. In 2005, School A faced with a major Following Instructions problem for 42 percent.

2. In comparison to 2005 of School B, spelling and following instructions problems have doubled over 10 years.

3. For example, in 2005, there was 5 percent of students having troubles in spelling in School A.

4. In School A, handwriting accounted for 28% in two years, which had the highest percentage of the problems in 2015.

5. 35 percent of students have difficulties in listening and verbal idea-expressing.

1. In 2005, 42% students of school A had faced Following Instructions which is the major problem.
2. In comparison to 2005, spelling and following instructions had doubled for over 10 years.
3. For example, 6% students had problem in spelling in 2005.
4. Handwriting proportion remained 28% in ten years, yet it was the highest percentage in 2015.
5. Followed by the same number which is 35% of students in listening skills and verbal expression of ideas.

1. In 2005, School A had faced major problem in Following Instructions (42%).
2. In comparison to 2005, spelling and following instructions were doubled over 10 years.
3. For example, 6% students faced troubles in spelling in 2005.
4. Handwriting remained level off with 28% in two years, yet it was the most popular in 2015.
5. 35 out of 100 students had troubles in listening skills and verbal expression of ideas.

1.In 2005, School A where students faced major problems in following instructions was about 42%.
2.Compared to 2005, spelling and following instructions had doubled over 10 years in school B.
3.For example, 6% of students in scholl B had troubles in spelling in 2005.
4.Handwriting accounted level off with 28% in the two years, yet it was the maximum percentage of the problem in 2015.
5.It was followed by the same number 35% of students in listening skills and verbal expression of ideas.

1. In 2005, 42% of students in school A faced the major problem in following instructions;
2. Over the following 10 years, in schools B, the proportion of students, who had difficulties in spelling skills and following instructions, doubled (10% and 12 % respectively);
3. In 2005, there was 6% of students having spelling trouble.
4. In both years, the number of students facing problem of handwriting remained stable in school A and B (28% and 7% respectively;
5. In school A, in 2005, there were a similar number of students having problems with listening skills and verbal expression of ideas (with 35% each)


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Today’s typical method of teaching involving direct communication between teachers and students will not exist by 2050. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give your own opinion and examples.

It is true that today we are learning in seating in the classroom and discuss our problem with teacher and used of latest technology but I am totally disagree with statement direct interaction with teachers will be not avalbe in near future.

On one hand, In education, we used computer and latest technologies for study perpose with the help of teacher. If we have any problem in understand any subject or topic we discuss with teacher or our fellow classmate. We discuss at coffee break and solve the problem. Moreover we learn moral value of life such as completition , honesty, trustworthy etc

On other hand, in future we have more online class, we will take laptop instead of textbook. We will learn on projector instead of typical blackboard.Also we will be taking classes from different tutor by video confreance

In conclusion, old method of teaching will be change with technology but face to face communication with our peer and teacher will not be changed

Plz help me to correct my email and give some more idea

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1. In 2005, about 42% students of School A faced a major problem in Following Instructions.
2. Compared to 2005, the percentage of School B students who had problems in following instructions and spelling have doubled over 10 years.
3. For example, 6% of students in School B had troubles in spelling in 2005.
4. Handwriting problem accounted for 28% of School A students in two years, and it was the most serious problem in 2015.
5. In 2005, students who have problems in Verbal expression of idea and Concentration in lesson shared the percentage(35%)

1) In 2005, about 42% students of school A faced problems with following instructions.
2) In the case of school B,in comparison to2005,the percentage of students who had problems with spelling and following instructions had doubled by 2010.
3) For example, five % of students in school B were having trouble with spelling in 2005.
4) While the number of students having handwriting problem remained steady over the period in schoolA, it had become the major problem by 2010 with 28%.
5) In 2005, 35% of children each had difficulties with listening and verbal expression in school A.

In 2005, 42% of students in school A had diffucuty in following instructions. 2. In comparision to 2005, proportion of learners, suffering from spelling mistakes and inability following instructions, had doubled over 10-year period. 3. For example, 6% of students in school B had trouble in forming correct spellings. 4. In 2005, 35% of surveyed in school A had difficulties each in listening and verbal expression.

1 In the period of 2015 only 58% school going children were able to follow the instructions while remaining have not this ability which shows a very serious issue.

2 In 2005, a comparison was take over 10 years period that showed the problem of spelling and to follow the instructions has doubled in students.

3 Before this in 2005, only 6% students faced this difficulty.

4 The percentage of handwriting level was up to 28 that describe a very serious issue also 38% pupils were facing difficulty in listening and inability to give expression.

1. In 2005, Following Instructions is the majority problem in School A which consist about 42%.

2. In comparison to 2005, Spelling and Following Instructions in School B have doubled up to 10% and 12% respectively over 10 years.

3. For example, only 5% students in School A have troubled in Spelling in 2005.

4. Handwriting were recorded 28% both in year 2005 and 2015 whereas it became the most serious problem in 2015.

5. 35% of students in School A were found difficulty each in Listening Skills and Verbal expression of ideas in 2005.

In 2005, 42% students of School A faced major problem in following instructions.
Spelling and following instructions have doubled over 10 years, compared with the figures of 2005.
For example, 6% students had troubles in spelling in 2005.
Handwriting remained at 28% in both of the years, but became the most biggest problem in 2015.
35% of students face problems in listening skills and verbal expression of ideas.

1. In 2005, the number of students of school A who faced major problem in following instruction accounted for 42%
2. In comparison to 2005, students who have spelling and following instructions have doubled over 10 years.
3. For example, 6 percents of students had problem in spelling in 2005.
4. Handwritting accounted for 28% in two years, yet it was the highest percentage of the problem in 2015.
5. Following by the same number,35% of students have problem in listening skills and verbal expression of ideas.

1. In 2005, [Students of] school A faced problems in [f]ollowing [i]nstructions, [accounted for about 42%].

2. In comparison to 2005, spelling and following instructions have doubled over [the following] 10 years.

3. For example, 6% [of] students having troubles in spelling in 2005.

4. Handwriting accounted [for] 28% in two years, yet it was the [highest] percentage of the problem in 2015.

3. The number of students who faced problems in listening skills and verbal expression of ideas are similar.

1. In 2005, School A faced a major problem in Following Instructions at 42%.
2. In comparison to 2005, spelling and following instructions have doubled the figures over a 10-year period.
3. There were 6% students having troubles in spelling in 2005.
4. Handwriting accounted for 28% in two years, yet it was the highest percentage of the problem in 2015.
5. listening skills and verbal expression of ideas followed by the same number of 35%,

1. In 2005, School A encountered a series of problems. The most serious one is the ability to follow instructions, with 42% of students having difficulty in achieving it.

2.3.
Take a look at School B in 2015, the percentage of students with spelling and following instruction problems both have doubled compared to 2005, at 10% and 12% respectively.

4. The proportion of students with handwriting problems in both schools remains the same, 28%, over the period of 10 years.

1. In 2005, 42% of children in school A had difficulties in following instructions.
2. Comparing to 2005, the number of children had spelling and following instructions had doubled.
3. For example, 6% of students had troubles in spelling in 2005.
4. The number of students who had handwriting problem did not changed from 2005 to 2015, and it was the major contribution in 2015.
5. In 2005, 35% of students had difficulties both in listening skills and verbal expression of ideas.

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