You recently used an application to communicate with your teachers and friends from your home. Here are some of your friends’ comments about the performance of the App.
‘It was amazing.
‘It was worried about data loss.
write a review for your school magazine giving your ideas. The comments may give you some ideas, but you should try to use some ideas of your own, Your review should be about 150-200 words
A Star Model Answer
Ann’s English Academy is here to provide you with some easy tips to achieve an A* in Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language examination (0510/11) within 30 days!
1-10 days exam overview
You have to learn everything you need to know for the examination
- Make a realistic time table to study systematically
- Make a list of the most difficult questions
- Eat the frog(The frog is that one thing you have on your to-do list that you have absolutely no motivation to do and that you’re most likely to procrastinate on. … Eating the frog means to just do it, otherwise, the frog will eat you meaning that you’ll end up procrastinating it the whole day.)
- Take regular breaks
- Reward yourself when you achieve a difficult topic
- Make notes
- Make a formula kit or a vocabulary list
- Revise your notes material first paper questions
- Highlight difficulties
- Practice more challenging questions
- Make a checklist of easy, difficult, and the most difficult questions
11-20 days revise the past paper questions
- Print out the past paper questions and practice on it
- Solve the past paper exercises that you find is the most challenging.
- Solve all past paper questions and variant papers of 10 years
- Solve past papers in the exam like environment
- Set time
- Avoid distractions
- Correct the reading papers according to the marking scheme
- Find an expert to mark your writing task
- Reread the question so that when the wrong under refer back to the mistakes.
- Make sure you have 10 days between solving past papers and revision
- Strengthen in your weak area with the help of an expert
- Get a 6 to 8 hours sleep
- Eat healthy food
- Stay hydrated
- Provide playtime for you
- Follow timetable
- Communicate with the prayer groups
- Keep in touch with your teachers
- Revise your notes as much as possible
- Go through the previous mistakes during the past papers solving
- Make a checklist of the most challenging questions and make sure you are ready with the most difficult questions.
Here comes the review question and model answer to the cinema for your school magazine.
Model answer: Grand Cinemas (Core Model Answer)
Are you one of them who is eagerly anticipating Grand Cinemas in our town? If yes, the project has been completed. Ever since its opening, queues of movie enthusiasts have not reduced. Recently I made a visit to the cinema and based on my experience, I think you should give it a try.
First of all, the majestic cinema gallery which can accommodate thousands of viewers make an incredible impression on viewers. Moreover, it is well equipped with a state of the art Dolby Sound system with the 4K Ultra-HD screen which guarantees an amazing cinema experience.
However, tickets and facilities are overpriced and students may not be able to afford it with their pocket money. The millions of dollars invested in the project may justify this. It is my strident contention that they should make an effort in this respect.
To sum up, I would highly recommend Grand Cinema for all people who are keen on technology and high-tech entertainment. I promise you that you will indulge in a fantastic cinema experience!
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How to write a review in Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language exam?
This article focuses on the alternative question of Exam exercise 6.
Types of questions questions
1.Book Review 2. Film Review 3. Restaurant Review 4. Trip Review 5. Review a Course 6. Review an App 7. Review a cinema
What is a review?
Short description of something like a film, book, restaurant or an event or a course. A general idea of the above topics is analysed. It also provides with opinions, comments or recommendations.
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Are you looking for a film review for your school magazine expressing your views? If yes, you are in the right place!
- Add the title of the film and underline it, you may provide the reviewer’s name or byline.
- Begin your film review with an introduction. One of the easiest ways of involving or reader hooked to the review is by asking questions. For example, ”Do you love action-packed films which keep you gripped to your seats?”
- State your compelling opinion about the film and it gives your readers a feel for the film and keeps them go on reading.
- The body of your film review gives some background story you should mention the lead role and the plot of the film briefly.
- The second half of the film review describes the settings of the film.
- In the next paragraph, includes settings and scenes
- Link your film review with your opinion opinion
- Ending paragraph deals with a general recommendation and reasons for the reader to view the film or reject it.
Format of Film Review
|1st paragraph |
|2nd paragraph |
Settings and scenes
Recommendation and reasons
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1.The Legends of Khasak
by O V Vijayan
Ravi embarks on a journey due to restiveness innate of guiltiness and wretchedness that culminates in the intriguing village of Khasak, a land past with myths and dreams. Ravi enthrals everyone around him and finally, he realizes that there is no escape from inexorable prescriptions of karma….. O V Vijayan’s much-applauded the first novel, it is an astounding accomplishment, a must read for young people of Kerala.
2.The God of Small Things
by Arundhati Roy
A modern book every Malayalee should read or recommend young ones to read and
3.Ente Katha (My Story)
by Kamala Surayya Das
An autobiography of Madhavikutty, Kamala Das or Kamala Surayya, one of India’s greatest poets, authors and the radical feminists that unknots the tempestuous life ever lived. People treasured her frankness and exposure of her private life those were completely against the prescribed social norms of behaviour for women in India. A must read for the young adults of India.
4.Aadu Jeevitham (Goat Days)
A life that touched the hearts of thousands of people around the world. In this modern world, we can’t even imagine that a man lived without seeing another human for 2 years but Najeeb’s experience with a herd of 700 goats makes readers to ruminate that they are also trapped like him…. A must read for expatriates and their family.
Randamoozham (The Second Turn, Bhima: Lone Warrior)
by MT Vasudevan Nair
Bhima: Lone Warrior (Randamoozham “The Second Turn”) is considered as the masterpiece of the author. It redefined conservative mythological perceptions. The novel is the recapitulation of Mahabharata from the viewpoint of Bhima..
with Answers and Audio CDs (2): For the Revised Exam from 2019 (Cambridge International IGCSE)
Authors: Tom Bradbury and Mark Fountain
Edited by: Katia Carter and Tim Carter
Are you looking for an IGCSE English as a Second Language exam practice test for the revised examinations from 2019? If yes, you are in the right place.
Now you can prepare for the exam with practice tests written by current examiners. This write-in book contains four new extended practice tests that help students prepare confidently in the weeks before the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language exam. By completing the tests, learners develop familiarity with the format of the assessment and enhance their reading, writing, speaking and listening technique.
With answers at the back of the book, this resource is perfect for learners’ self-study or for teachers to save time when marking. Audio for the listening exercises is on the accompanying CDs or on the Cambridge University Press website.