Fourth Ingredient Lexical Resource
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All right so so far we’ve covered the three different ingredients to writing a great essay.
We’ve covered task achievement coherence and cohesion and grammatical range and accuracy.
Now we’re going to talk about the fourth and the final ingredient to writing a great essay which is
lexical resource so in this video I’m just going to give you some basic information.
So let’s begin according to the official band descriptors list if you want to achieve a band 7 or higher
on your test.
Here’s what you need to do.
Firstly you need to use a wide range of vocabulary.
This means that you need to know how to use synonyms and how to paraphrase the question language so
that you can rephrase it in your own words.
Also you have to use this vocabulary to convey precise meaning.
The words that you use have to be used purposefully.
This basically means that you have to use the right word to convey the right idea.
Next you need to use less common vocabulary and phrases so less common vocabulary includes words that
are not commonly used.
Also you have to use some call occasions call locations or just groups of words that often appear together.
Next you have to show to The Examiner that you know how to correctly fit the words and phrases together
and finally to get a good score.
You need to make very few mistakes with your spelling and your word formation.
So this is just a brief overview.
In the future videos we’re going to delve much deeper into each of these requirements so that’s all
for this video.
I’ll see you in the next video in which I’m going to give you some basic vocabulary that you need to
know when writing the writing task one essay.
So I’ll see you there.
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