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It is much easier for humans to understand information when (not sure) structure. In fact remembering information of 40% better when (not sure) structure. I have a lots of favourite structures. You see some of the structures up here behind me. The first structure is a (not sure) logical structure

Past present future

Here is how things use to be. Here is how they are today here is where they go in the future. (not sure) logical structure can really help you navigate your audience from one place to the next. Quite frankly, structure sets expectations. You can’t be lost if you have a map. Your structure provides a map, and (x)logical structure is incredible helpful for that.

The next structure happens to be the problem solution benefits structure.

The is one of the most persuasive structures out there

you start by explaining what the issue is

you talk about how to solve it, and the benefits to the people

It is much easier for humans to understand information when it is structured. In fact, we remember information of a 40% better when it's structured. I have lots of favorite structures. You'll see some of the structures up here behind me. The first structure is the chronological structure: past, present, future. Here's how things used to be, here's how they are today, here's where they're going in the future. A chronological structure can really help you navigate your audience from one place to the next.
Quite frankly, structures say expectations. You can be lost if you have a map. Your structure provides the map, and a chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that.
The next structure happens to be the problem-solution benefit structure. This is one of the most persuasive structures out there. You start by explaining what the issue is. You talk about how to solve it, and then the benefits to the people.

PS: Thank you Simon :)

It is much easier for humans to understand information when it is structured. In
fact, we remember information of a 40% better when it's structured. I have lots of
favorite structures. You'll see some of the structures up here behind me. The firs
structure is the chronological structure: past, present, future. Here's how things
used to be, here's how they are today, here's where they're going in the future. A
chronological structure can really help you navigate your audience from one place
to the next.
Quite frankly, structures say expectations. You cannot be lost if you have a map. Your
structure provides the map, and a chronological structure is incredibly helpful for
that.
The next structure happens to be the problem,solution, benefit structure. This is
one of the most persuasive structures out there. You start by explaining what the
issue is. You talk about how to solve it, and then the benefits to the people.

It's much easier for humans to understand information when it's structured. In fact, we remember information up to 40% better when it's structured. I have a lots of favorite structures, you see some of structures up here behind me.

The first structure is chronological structure, past-present-future. Here are things used to be, here are they today, here are where they are going in the future. Chronological structure can really help you to navigate your audience from one place to the next. Quite frequently, structure sets expectations. You cannot be lost if you have a map, you structure provides a map. The chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that.

The next structure happens to be the problem-solution-benefits structure. This is one of the most persuasive structures out there. You start by explaining what the issue is, you talk about how to solve it, and then the benefits to the people.

It is much easier for humans to understand information when it is structured. In fact, we remember information up to 40% better when it's structured. I have lots of favourite structures. You see some of the structures up here behind me. The first structure is a chronological structure: past, present and future. Here's what things used to be; here's how they are today; here's where they are going in the future. A chronological structure can really help you navigate your audience from one place to the next. Quite frankly, structure sets expectations. You can't be lost if you have a map. Your structure provides a map. And the chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that. The next structure happens to be the problem-solution-benefit structure. This is one of the most persuasive structures out there. You start by explaining what the issue is; you talk about how to solve it and the benefits to the ppeople.

It's much easier for humans to understand information when it's structured. In fact, we remember information of 40% better when it's structured. I have lots of favorite structures. You see some of the structures up here behind me.
The first structure is the chronological structure: past - present - future. Here's how things used to be, here's how they are today, here's where they're going in the future. The chronological structure really help you navigate your audience from one place to the next. Quite frankly, structures set expectations. You can't be lost if you have a map. Your structure provides a map, and the chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that.
The next structure happens to be the problem - solution - benefit structure. This is one of the most persuasive structures out there. You start by explaining what the issue is, you talk how to solve it, and then the benefits to the people.

It's much easier for humans to understand information when it's structured. In fact, we remember information of 40% better when it's structured. I have lots of favorite structures. You see some of the structures up here behind me.
The first structure is the chronological structure: past - present - future. Here's how things used to be, here's how they are today, here's where they're going in the future. The chronological structure really help you navigate your audience from one place to the next. Quite frankly, structures set expectations. You can't be lost if you have a map. Your structure provides a map, and the chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that.
The next structure happens to be the problem - solution - benefit structure. This is one of the most persuasive structures out there. You start by explaining what the issue is, you talk how to solve it, and then the benefits to the people.

It is much easier for humans to understand information when it is structured. In fact, we remember information up to 40 percent better when it's structured.
I have lots of favorite structures. You see some of the structures up here behind me. The first structure is a chronological structure: past, present, future. Here is something used to be, here is how they are today, here is where they are going in the future.
A chronological structure could really help you navigate your audience from one place to the next. Quite frankly, structure sets expectations.
You cant be lost, if you have a map. Your structure provides a map. In a chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that.
The next structure happens to be the problems solution benefits structure. This is one of the most of the persuasive structure out there. You start by explaining what the issue is, you talk about how to solve it and then the benefits to the people.

Thank you Simon.

It is much easier for humans to understand information when it is structures.
In fact we remembered information up to 14% better, When it is structured. I have lot of favorite structures.
You see some of structures appear behind me.

The first structure is chronological structure past,present,future. Here How to be used it, here how are today, here how going to the future
chronological structure very helpful to navigate your audience from one place to another.

Quite frankly structure set exceptions. You can,t be lost, if you have map. Your structure provide the map.
and Chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that.

The next structure, happens to be problem, solutions, benefits structure. This is most pervasive structure out there.
You start by explaining what is issue is, you talk about how solve it, and benefits to the people.


Hi Simon. Is there any difference between "28th July" and "28 July" in the listening answer? On the Cam7, test 1 number 6, the answer is "17th October". On the Cam8, test 2 number 3, the answer is "28 November". Am i wrong if i write "28th November"?

It is much easier for humans to understand information when it is structured. In fact, we remember information up to 40% better when it is structured. I have lots of favorite structures. You see some of the structures up here behind me. The first structure is chronological structure; past, present, future. Here how things used to be, here how things are today, here is where they are going in the future. Chronological structure can really help you to navigate your audience from one place to next. Quite frankly structure sets expectations. You cant be lost if you have a map. If your structure provides a map and chronological structure is extremely helpful for that. The next structure happens to be problem, solution/benefit structure. This is one of the most persuasive structure out there. You start by explaining what the issue is, you talk about how to solve it and then benefits to the people.

It is much easier for human to understand the information when it's structured. In fact, we remember information up to 40% better when it's structured.I have lots of favorite structures.You see some structures up here behind me.The first structure, it's the chronological structure: past ,present,future.Here's something used to be,here is how they are today,here where they are going to be in the future.

E?chronological structure can really help you navigate your audience from one place to the next.Quite frankly structure said expectation. You can't be lost,if you have a map.Your structure provides the map and chronological structure is incredibly helpful for that.

The next structure happens to be problem solution benefit structure.This is one of the most persuasive structures out there.You start by explaining what the issue is,you talk about how to solve it and then benefit to people.

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I'm not sure about punctuation used at all.

I was wondering if this scenario takes place in the listening section!

what we hear : DOUBLE U

should we write down the letter 'w"
or
"U" followed by another " U"
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I know it's more logical to write W, but "U" "U" is still double U!!

FROM SIMON:

Good work guys. Well done for trying the transcription task!

You can now check your transcription with mine here:
https://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/2018/10/ielts-listening-transcription-exercise.html

Did you make any mistakes?

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Dote Dote,

No, there's no difference. Both ways of writing dates are accepted.

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Syd,

I can't think of any English words with "u" and "u" together (although someone will probably find one and prove me wrong!).

Either way, when someone says "double u" it always means the letter "w", so this is what you should write.

If an English speaker is reading a random password or code in which there are two consecutive u's, he or she would need to say "u, u".

I have faced some problem when I listen this, the speaker speak so fast that I can't write at a time the whole sentence but I understand the every word as well as every sentence. So can I pause it and replay again to write transcript?

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