For example, P(|) is relatively high,but P(|) would be very low.

In introduction , in my opinion and I completely agree ………………….these two give more or less same meaning………….Is it correct to write these two in the same sentence? Please let me know…………

The four parts of the program are:

Type in a search like  and Googleinstantly comes back with Showing results for:.

That gives us:Now it is time to evaluate how well this program does.

Presenting a balanced view is not easy and requires training as well as very good English. I would recommend going for either agree 100% or disagree 100% unless you feel confident in your English. At no time can you completely agree and completely disagree at the same time.
Liz

From that I extracted twotest sets of corrections.

It is the safest way if you don’t feel confident with your English or exam techniques. Students using the balanced view really should be trained to use it correctly.
All the best
Liz

For example, occurrences of "the" make up about 7% of English text, sowe should have P() = 0.07.

We could also decide what dialect we are trying to train for.

For speaking, be chatty. It is essential that you give more to each answer. For speaking part 2, remember that these are not questions. They are just prompts and it is your task to add more information, description, details and stories to your talk.
Good luck!
Liz

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I can’t predict your score without seeing the full essay. If you missed your conclusion, it will affect your score adversely and writing under the word count will also affect your score for Task Response. You will need to wait and see your results.

If you are looking to check your instead then read my post about it.

It is a question that you must answer. “Do you think it is a positive OR negative development?” is not the same as “write about the positive AND negative developments”. Just read the question and answer it. Does it ask you to choose or write about both?
Liz

Consider the misspelled word ="thew" and the two candidate corrections ="the" and ="thaw".

This causes some problems, as the examples below show.

I just have a question that if we get a cue-card in speaking on a topic that we know very less or nothing, what to do? Like I was browsing your blog and I came across one cue card on lexicography, i did not know about it. Though, I know about it now, but if such situation arises, what do we say?

Well, "thaw" seems good because the only change is "a" to "e", which is a small change.

We need alot of data to do this well.

The availability of word processing tools have made it easy to . In the absence of computers it was a challenge to , and every writer dreamt of an easier way to determine word count. Also, there may be situations where a quick word count is needed. For example, you may want to know the word count of some articles that you just read on the web. Word count applications in computer programming are a great utility. For example, have you tried to find the count of a specific word in a document? The website offers an online tool for counting words. The site offers a web-based application, where you can simply paste a passage or article in a box and get the word count by pressing a button.

So we can make  produce the first non-empty list of candidates in order of priority:

So far, only looks at one word at a time.

hi Liz, in the last part of third paragraph, it is talking about the exercise with parents but is it included in the school curriculum or a general statement ?