How would you like to watch a 4-part video series explaining all the 10 questions in the 2017 O Level English Editing Paper?
A few days ago, someone we know landed in some trouble with her supervisor for using informal language in an email sent to the higher-ups in her company. Instead of saying that she would like to “invite them to a lunch” organised by her supervisor, she asked if they would like to “come along.” Yikes.
A Fitness Centre, a Performance Arts Centre and a Science and Technology Building – which of these three options would you recommend to your principal? More importantly, how would you justify your choice? Watch video explanation & download PDF Model Answer in this blog post!
Whether you are writing a proposal or formal letter, there are some words you are likely to use over and over again. What would a smart student do about this? The smart thing to do is to find better alternatives to these words and use them the next time you write!
If you write off-topic, no matter how perfect your language is, the best possible score you can get is between the 15 – 18 range, which means a C grade. Keeping this in mind, let’s discuss one key step that effectively helps you avoid wasting the entire 50 minutes writing about something that doesn’t even address the question.