A little imagination goes a long way.
Imagine you could take a reader by the hand and lead them through your writing.
You would have the other hand free to point and wave at important points along the way.
For example, when you came to the word 'MOREOVE', you could wave to draw attention to the specific job it does.
How can you use this word to help the examiner (reader) follow your ideas/arguments in
IELTS Task 2 essays?
Here are two sentence structures that you can use.
1. MOREOVER + comma
(Position: at the beginning of a sentence.)
'The cameras will deter potential criminals. Moreover, they will help police a great deal when a crime actually is committed.'
(INCORRECT: ' And, moreover, they will help ........
(DO NOT BEGIN A SENTENCE THIS WAY. 'And' is redundant.)
2. and + comma + MOREOVER + comma
(Position: In the middle of a sentence.)
'Swimming alone is against the rules and, moreover, it's dangerous.
Here is a final sentence in a Task 2 essay conclusion;
'I completely agree with this assertion and, moreover, this is a worrying trend that is set to continue.'
MOREOVER is a useful linking word that enables writers to communicate with their readers.
Cohesion & Coherence - Marking Criteria 25%.
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