I don't know if it is good enough. I am not an examiner. The word 'confute' is rather good thoughDo you agree or disagree with the following statement? The best way to travel is in a group led by a tour guide. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. >
"I personally disagree with this statement as it seems to me be uttered just to be confute. Travelling in a group led by a tour guide is, to me, a dampener on the enjoyment and experiences that a trip of this kind should provide you with.
Some could argue that a guide can explain to you things, the existence of which you would never have imagined, but I'd rather try and search for these things myself; where is the fun if not in the pursuit of the unknown?
Furthermore, travelling with a guide prevents you from experiencing unique moments which you will remember for the rest of your life.
A prearranged path to follow can be reassuring for some travellers, but rather boring for others."
IS THIS FIRST PART GOOD ENOUGH TO GET A 7 IN THE IELTS TEST OR A CORRISPONDENT GOOD MARK IN THE TOEFL?
THANKS IN ADVANCE
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