In an interview, Tavernier discusses his film's historical context, the controversy it engendered in France, his passion for both French and Hollywood films, and his enduring commitment to social justice." [Wilson]
Would you recommend to have a balanced view? Or single sided view? If I will choose a balanced view, I think I still need to state clearly which side I preferred. Is that correct? Thanks
The question is listed under sample essay questions on this website.
Below is a list of the 20 most common IELTS essay topics that appear in writing task 2 with subtopics. Although the essay questions change, the subject of the essays often remains the same. Each topic is divided into subtopics which you should prepare.
You should not write a title.Liz
Unfortunately, I don’t have links for vocabulary for GT letters. Take a look online for any website giving tips on letter writing vocabulary – it doesn’t need to be for IELTS. The vocabulary for formal and informal letters is standard.
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Thank you so much for your answer !
Sixteen years ago, American Libraries published Mark Y. Herring’s essay “” (April 2001). Technology has improved exponentially since then—social media didn’t even exist yet. But even the smartest phone’s intelligence is limited by paywalls, Twitter trolls, fake news, and other hazards of online life. Here are 10 reasons why libraries are still better than the internet.
The writing task 2. I came across in my IELTS general exam was
I am going to take IELTS GT in July, I am not getting confidence in writing, I feel my vocabulary not so great. Would you mind giving some tips, how can I improve my vocabulary ?
Current IELTS exam topics and questions:
Libraries continue to provide benefits that are both tangible—such as community spaces and human interaction—and harder to quantify—access, privacy, intellectual freedom. The internet is an indispensable and irreplaceable tool for modern living. But it is not a library and will not replace the work of librarians.
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Katherine McConachie writes: “Here at the MIT Media Lab, we are big fans of public libraries. Which is why we’ve the Public Library Innovation Exchange (PLIX). This project, run by the and supported by the Knight Foundation, aims to foster a community of collaborative innovation—where librarians and Media Lab researchers work together to identify community challenges, dream up new ways to address them, and create easy-to-use programs for public libraries.”