A report is a formal piece of writing. Its target reader is usually someone important such as a school principal. A report asks you to write about a present situation, analyse it in some way and make recommendations about how to change or improve it in the future.
Answer the question in full, of course. It’s that easy! To achieve this goal, when you start, don’t rush. Read the question carefully and underline all of the key words. It’s very important to do this. Don’t worry about making a mess of the exam paper; Cambridge University won’t use it again. Underline the key words. Then deal … More How to get 5 for Content?
A Part 1 essay doesn’t need a title. In Part 2, articles need titles. Look at any newspaper, magazine or their online equivalents. All their articles have a title. A title catches the reader’s eye and makes him or her want to read the article, the same as asking questions in the introduction. But try … More When to use a title?
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