MonthMarch 2014

IELTS Writing: Internet

It is now possible to perform everyday tasks such as banking, shopping and business transactions without meeting people face to face. What effects may it have on the individual and society as a whole?

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Words in the news: Prolific

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The streets of Berlin – and the art that adorns them – have long had a story to tell. From murals that depict the trials of German reunification to paste-ups that comment on current events, the city’s graffiti is a record of its history and its people. And many of Berlin’s finest international artists use streets, buildings and public spaces – not canvases – to host their masterpieces. But if you don’t know where to look – or don’t know what it is you’re looking at – it’s easy to miss the narratives being told.

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Queen’s role

Although the Queen is no longer responsible for governing the country, she carries out a great many important tasks on behalf of the nation.

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The British government

While I am out on my first vocation this year in Sanya, in the south of China, I still keep on updating my blog on British things after a nap, introducing the British government.

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IELTS Writing: Women in politics

Some people think we need more female leaders to create world peace and reduce violence. To what extent do you agree?

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Words in the news: Debris

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Malaysia’s prime minister has announced that missing flight MH370 crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.

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