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    Describe a book you recently read(IELTS)

    Hi,

    I am preparing for IELTS and want you to control my answer. If anyone can help me, I will be grateful.

    Question: Describe a book you recently read.

    Answer: I am going to tell you about a fascinating self-help book which I read nearly two weeks ago. I think that as a person, we need to be emotionally strong to cope with the struggles of life. This book, ''Feeling Good'', is trying to help you change your distorted thoughts about events, and make you feel less depressed. So, by doing some exercises given in the book, you can help yourself be emotionally stronger.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Describe a book you recently read(IELTS)

    Quote Originally Posted by Erbab View Post
    Hi,

    I am preparing for IELTS and want would like you to control look at/correct my answer. If anyone can help me, I will be grateful.

    Question: Describe a book you recently read. (That's not a question.)

    Answer: I am going to tell you about a fascinating self-help book which [that] I read nearly two weeks ago. I think that, as a person people, we need to be emotionally strong to cope with the struggles of life. This book, ''Feeling Good'', is trying tries to help you us change your our distorted thoughts about events, and makes you us feel less depressed. So, by doing some exercises given in the book, you we can help yourself ourselves be emotionally stronger.

    Thank you! Unnecessary. Thank us after we help you.
    Please note my corrections (in red) and comments (in grey) above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Describe a book you recently read(IELTS)

    Thanks for your corrections emsr2d2.

    Is there a difference between ''a book that I read'' and ''a book which I read'' ? I think that ''which'' is also grammatically correct.

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