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Sunday, April 08, 2012


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Even if students use different sentences from other essays, they need to make sure that they are suitable for the topic and that they cohere with the rest of the essay.

I personally think that it is a waste of time to memorize other people's work, and I agree with Simon to focus on key ideas and learn how to use them with your own words and ways of expression.

Dear Simon,
I was wondering that whethere we shoul use idiom in Task 2 ( things like: I'm feeling under the weather or give someone a cold shoulder and things like that...) as we usually consider them as informal???
Thanks a million!!!

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