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    ht
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    Academic 28.08.2019
    The question was like follows(not exact words)
    Writing task 2
    In some countries, the unemployment is high, therefore some people think children should study only primary education and not secondary education as Because they cannot find jobs in the future. To what extent do you agree or disagree.

    Writing task 1
    The below diagrams show Information about Two tunnels in a Australian city. Teo picture were different by; Distance One tunnel below 15 km while other 25 km One tunnel built under city and other in a bridge One tunnel built surrounding to clay and sand , other was surrouting to stone Cost incurred Constructed year Facility to travel in two tube
    Overall the writing paper was tough, but listening and reading were okay. So better to practice more….

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    Yinka Bamidele
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    (Ans)Written task 2, Either primary or secondary education is important, however what really matter is the interest of the student, however sound education and literacy also help and guide a child to be more fulfilling enough, otherwise i do not agreed that primary education alone is enough for a child but with the addition of secondary education a child must have learn some basic things to guide and better ways of leaving.

    #33385 Reply

    Dear Yinka,
    You may need to brush up on your grammar and sentence structures. I could not understand a single sentence that you have written.
    Please go over the tutorials on the website and read other model answers to prepare well for IELTS.
    Cheers,
    Atul.

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