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  • 1- Find the language mistakes and correct them.
  • 2- Write your commentary about the content of this sample in relation to the topic.
    (Content (out of 5), Language (out of 5), Total (out of 10)).

1.Everywhere we turn nowadays we see charities beseeching the public for money. weather in
2.the many 'begging letters' that pop unsolicited though our mailboxes daily, or in the
3.televised appeals for charities headed by celebrities trying to tug at our heart-strings .... but
4.the question is, which charities deserves to be fund and which should be given priority in
5.government funding? Are sports and recreation charities worthier a cause for example, than
6.health charities? This is a major dilemma that are by no means a clear-cut issue.
7. Lets take sports and recreation charities compared to health charities as a case in point.
8.The former have a valid claim to goverment funding. Sport and recreation helps reduce
9.stress, and keeps people fit, positive and healthy. In addition sports and recreation centres
10.also provide a community focal point, enriching the lives of many.
11.However what good is recreation and sport if you are too unwell to participate? There
12.is a much strong argument, that health is a far greater priority than sport and recreation.
13.Furthermore, an increasing aged population is becoming a heavy burden on healthcare,
14.necessitating greater funding for charities as the prevalence of Alzheimer's and cancer
15.increase proportionally with an ageing population. Many now are reliant on support from
16.health charities. We have an obligation to fund these charities in return.
17. I believe that the funding of health charities is the greater priority. After all, what good is
18.health and recreation centres if we didn't have enough hospitals for people who
19.suffering? Without doubt, government funding must direct first and foremost to health
20.charities.

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Step 2
  • 1- Find the language mistakes and correct them.
  • 2- Write your commentary about the content of this sample in relation to the topic.
    (Content (out of 5), Language (out of 5), Total (out of 10)).

“Teenagers are too young to teach other people about anything” Do you agree or not?
1.Adults often think teenagers to be noisy, childish and violent. Some of them even don’t think
2.they have any adult senses or wise thoughts at all but, as a teenager, I think we’re
3.intelligent enough to teach other people some things, and, according to this, I’m not agree
4.with the quotation on top of the page.
5.For example, lots of teenagers have better knowledge in technology, so they can teach the
6.older generation how to deal with gadgets. In our gymnasium there are special classes for
7.the senior people where they are taught to work on computers, and their teachers are
8.teenagers. 9.Moreover, teenagers have the great knowledge in ecology, and they are really concerned on
10.saving the planet alive. We talk a lot about environment on classes, we take part in
11.ecology olympiades and contests for the best ecological projects and often won them, so
12.we have a lot to tell the others about environmental problems and ways of their solving. 13.Besides this, teenagers can teach adults foreign languages. According to the statictics,
14.50% of adult generation of our country don’t know any foriegn languages, so we can help
15.them to come by the new knowledge or to improve that what they have. And, of course,
16.students from foreign countries can teach Russian students their language, and Russians
17.can teach them Russian. It sometimes done in linguistic centres.
18.To sum up I can say that teenagers have great knowledge in many fields of study, so they
19.can also teach the people of older generation and their classmates and friends.

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Step 3
  • 1- Find the language mistakes and correct them.
  • 2- Write your commentary about the content of this sample in relation to the topic.
    (Content (out of 5), Language (out of 5), Total (out of 10)).

1.It is argued that universities need to charge high tuition fees to ensure academic standards
2.are maintained by ensuring top-notch tutors do not desert their posts for more lucrative job
3.offers elsewhere. However, if high tuition fees are introduced, strong students with poor
4.parents will be unable to fund their education and lose out, thereby depleting universities of
5.more gifted students and actually lowering levels of academic excellence.
6.Unfortunately, tuition fees are unavoidable, but at least these fees should be kept low so as
7.allow gifted students of poor parents to attend university. After all, why should students be
8.penalised just because their parents aren't wealthy? This is surely the worst kind of
9.discrimination.
10.For many students from humbler backgrounds, astronomical tuition fees would be a major
11.disincentive to going on to further study. Surely the last thing we should be doing is
12.discouraging talent that will form the backbone of the future workforce? We cannot afford
13.to turn away gifted students from poor families.
14.In my opinion, tuition fees should be kept as low as possible to ensure good students are
15.not deprived of a university education just because they come from poor families. To do
16.otherwise, is an incredibly short-sighted policy that will lead to lower academic
17.achievement and more poorly-qualified workers in the workforce.

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