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    #1

    Time limit

    Hello there,

    i have some questions regarding the writing.

    As a student,who is preparing for the CAE exam, I am facing some difficulties regarding the writing section such as time limit. I would be grateful if u could advise me how to write a general plan before start writing. I think that is my main problem,when I write my ideas are not well organized and somehow I end up having written too many words or not enough time to recheck.

    Thank u for your time.

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    Re: Time limit

    The first thing I recommend is that you learn to use full, standard English words at all times. There is no such word as "u". Try "you". Capitalise the word "I" at all times. Put a space after every full stop and comma.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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