Dear Atul,18th March 2017 in Beijing, China.
Academic LRW
Writing task 1: two bar charts(one was value of australian trade with china, another one was types of goods imported to australia from china)
Writing task 2: children can learn effectively by watching television. Therefore they should be encouraged to watch television regularly at home and at school. To what extend do you agree or disagree?
Hi Atul, I also hv some questions on my task 2 writing. My answer to the question was “In my opinion, i do not think that children should watch television frequently, instead, they should join outdoor activities and study interesting classes.”
Could you please tell me was my answer relevant?
Another problem is that I ran out of time to completely my second point (only one sentence to explain why children should learn music and art). How bad would this affect my score? I’m aiming for band 6.5 and above.
Thank in advance for your reply.
I also appreciated your hard work with this useful site.


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