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A part of a piece of writing that usually deals with one subject, that begins on a new line, and that is made up of one or more sentences.
Language used when conversational language (such as slang) isn’t suitable. Standard English is used, with correct grammar and punctuation.
A verb tense used to show an action that is happening now
A judgement or viewpoint on a particular matter
A discussion between people where they express different opinions on a particular subject
A type of verb that is mainly used to show how sure we are that something has happened, is happening or will happen.
An opinion on or attitude towards a particular matter
An opinion or attitude which is different from another
The last part of the discussion or argument which shows the writer’s final opinion on the subject
Words or phrases used when we are not sure if something is true
Something known to be true, that can be proved
A fact or piece of data obtained from a large study
There is an important debate going on in school about uniform… ______________________________ ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________. The children think that…______________________ _____________________________________________. ______________________________________________ The parents think that…_______________________ ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________. In conclusion, it was decided that… …________ ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________.
‘is placed’ rather than ‘put’ ‘elevate’ rather than ‘lift’ ‘manufacture’ rather than ‘make’
Modern zoos are designed so that… People believe that… Children watch TV whenever…
They argue that it is cruel… Many believe that it is educational… Others say that it is dangerous…
I think that… I disagree…
can, could, may, might, must, ought, shall, should, will, would… Could you imagine a world without tigers?
They argue that it is educational… Many people believe that it is cruel to… Others say that it is dangerous to…
Many people argue that... However others disagree, saying… on the other hand… in contrast… conversely… alternatively… conversely…
In conclusion… Having considered all the arguments… Looking at this from both sides…
The Second World War ended in 1945 Measles in an infectious viral illness
98% of cats prefer… When surveyed, most children in primary schools said they did not like vegetables
This might be… One possible reason could be… It could be argued… It may be that… possibly… probably…