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Writing questions that you cannot use templates, be aware !

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Writing questions that you cannot use templates, be aware ! [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2013, 10:14
I study with Kaplan, and priston first, and writing questions are distinctive. I can easily use the templates that I got from this from forum. It works great, so I can easily organize and summarize the points in writing using the templates.

But,

on the other hand, some new edition books has different type of question that I cannot use a template in writing,

for instance, "tell us a leader that is very important for you, why ? "

this is a description obviously, so there is no template for this.

and in the integrated writing, in new edition books, they do not allow you to use any kind of templates because in the listening and reading part you can hardly find opposite ideas, because it is very vague, so their sample answers is like these, it is from Barron 13th edition, even it is not 250 words!

The lecturer provides scientific evidence from quantum physics and computer-generated patterns to support the legitimacy of crop circle. In one experiment, Hawkins uses to prove that four geometrical theorems and derive a fifth that has eluded mathematicians since Euclid first hinted at his existence. Furthermore, research on sound vibrations demonstrates that certain frequencies can creates geometrical shapes, just as the ancient Egyptians suggested when they called geometry “frozen music.” Finally, biophysical studies establish that the crystalline structures in crops are reorganized when crop circle appear, although there is insufficient injury to prevent later growth. Extreme temperatures produced by short surges of infra sound appear to produce similar result.
The research presented in the lecture calls into question the information in the reading. Pointing out that X have been responsible for some Y around the world, the writer relies heavily on the demonstration sponsored by the discovery channel in new zealand to make the case against the authenticity of crop circles. Despite the fact that a team was able to create 100 crop circles in about four hours, the writer concedes that the secluded location and the lighting were problematic to critics.
In short, the anecdotal information in the reading seems inferior to the data provided in the lecture which cast doubt on the veracity of the reading.
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Writing questions that you cannot use templates, be aware !   [#permalink] 20 Jan 2013, 10:14
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