Graduation Speech (Princeton University; History Majors)

DISCLAIMER: This only a sample motivational speech. The character/speaker is only an imagined personality.  Graduation Speech Bachelor of Arts in History Batch 2019 About the Speaker Lauren Phoenix (34 years old) is an educator and entrepreneur who graduated Cum laude in Bachelor of Arts in History at Princeton University in 2008. A few months ago, she …

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Motivational Speech for History Majors(Sample)

Graduates, I know what you are thinking. You are probably thinking that I’ll be talking about the excitement of the real world, how exhilarating it is to start your new life, and how wonderful it is to be stepping out of this University to discover new things. Well, I think that kind of speech should …

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The Unknown Queen (How the Wind Fairy came to be)

Word Count: 1186 The Unknown Queen (How the Wind Fairy came to be) By Team Erudite EXT. – FAR AWAY LAND – DAY In a land called Erudite, 4 kingdoms, Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water, exist. The kingdoms represent the elements that they control. In the North is the Wind Kingdom where a powerful Queen …

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Avoid this same mistake!

I have become so obsessed with trying to improve my writing skill by reading as much as I can. I’ve been reading all sorts of things from grammar books to self-help books, news articles and blog posts, but I never really tried “applying” whatever techniques I have learned (or observed) from all those reading. Lately, …

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Punctuation: it shouldn’t be that hard!

Many English learners are well-versed when it comes to expressing their opinions verbally. Others are more into writing. For those who are more confident with their speaking skills, their one true challenge can probably be writing. I have met many learners who are impeccably great when it comes talking but lack the skills when it …

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 2 Band 6.5 Sample Essay (Computers)

Sample: It has been mentioned by a number of people that computers by far, are the most essential and useful tool that was invented in the last century. This essay will focus on my complete agreement to this statement as well as some supporting examples. A world without computers is highly unimaginable. We know all …

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IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 Band 6.5 Sample (Forested land)

  Sample essay: The visual data presents the forested areas of six regions around the world in millions of hectares from 1990 to 2005. Overall, it can be seen that most of the woodlands have decreased in the area size and that Europe and Oceania have the widest and smallest measurement. To explain in detail, …

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IELTS Cambridge 11 test 1 Writing Task 2

Sample: It is an accepted fact that a country’s economic improvement relies on its amenities. Without this factor, movement of one product to another, either local or imported, would be a great feat. It is then equally vital that a nation’s government construct either railways or roads or both. This essay will discuss the advantages …

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Cambridge 11 Test 3 Writing Task 1

Sample: The data from the line graph illustrates the carbon dioxide emissions of an average individual per metric tonnes in four European countries every decade from 1967-2007.A closer look at the data highlights the fact that among the 4 nations, the UK has the highest rate in carbon dioxide emissions per person in 40 years. …

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