Date of publication: 2017-08-28 09:14
It is the summer before Kindergarten. Face ashen, she stumbles toward me, the heavy footfalls syncing with my throbbing heart. I wait as she feebly attempts to p.
This is very strong language. It may be 8775 a 8776 way, but is it the best? The natural way to approach this type of question with 8775 most 8776 or 8775 best 8776 in them is:
Read your question and then answer it. This doesn't have to be in a formal essay form or perfect sentences. You just want to get as many ideas down as possible.
In summary, the language in this response is reasonably clear, but its examination of unstated assumptions remains limited and therefore earns a score of 8.
Every weekend after my karate class, I volunteer for an hour and a half teaching kids ages 8-67. The first class is the Little Ninjas, who are just 8-5 years old. These are among my favorites to teach because they have no preconceptions or attitude. They look at you unjudgmentally and li.
There is absolutely no upper word limit and you will NOT be penalised for over 755 words. The only reason why you should try not to write too much (over 855 words) is that it is inefficient use of exam time. You will generally write a better essay if you give yourself more thinking and checking time and do not spend all the time writing.
Stronger candidates will generally need/want more words and they can sometimes try and write too much. In this case, I suggest trying to limit essays to around 855 words.
Additionally, the author implies that residents do not use the river for swimming, boating, and fishing, despite their professed interest, because the water is polluted and smelly. While a polluted, smelly river would likely cut down on river sports, a concrete connection between the resident's lack of river use and the river's current state is not effectively made. Though there have been complaints, we do not know if there have been numerous complaints from a wide range of people, or perhaps from one or two individuals who made numerous complaints. To strengthen his/her argument, the author would benefit from implementing a normed survey asking a wide range of residents why they do not currently use the river.
The Sacred Grove of Oshogbo was one place I had been looking forward to visiting in Nigeria. As prevalent as indigenous religions still are in West Africa, it is often hard to find public expressions of them in towns and cities the Christianity brought by European slavers and colonialists has taken root and pushed most of these religions out of mainstream life. But in the Sacred Grove shrines honor all the local deities, including Obatala, the god of creation, Ogun, the god of iron, and Oshun, the goddess of water, whose aqueous essence is made manifest by the river running through the trees. The place is unique in the Yoruba religion, and that intrigued me.