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Describe A Person Who Likes To Buy Goods With Low Prices IELTSCUECARDS-VINODSHARMAIELTS

Describe a person who likes to buy goods with low prices. Introduction. Everybody loves shopping and there are many places where one can buy affordable goods. Street markets are popular destinations for buying things at a very reasonable price and the majority of people like to visit streets to buy household things. Those who are specific about the product or brand they go to brand outlets or malls. - Who this person is. Here I am going to talk about my friend Rakesh who is super conscious about saving money. He doesn't like to spend a penny extra so he does a remoteview before buying anything and finds the best deal. Rakesh is a school friend so I know him from my childhood and from his early days I also accompanied him in street markets to buy things. - What this person likes to buy Rakesh likes to buy almost everything from the streets like electronic gadgets, clothes, footwear, stationary,books, playing equipment and many more he has almost everything that is needed

How does one use cohesive devices in the IELTS writing task 2

How does one use cohesive devices in the IELTS writing task 2, so that it "attracts no attention", according to the band 9 descriptors for Coherence and Cohesion?

This criterion relates to another found in the C&C descriptors: “style”. An effective use of style means that ideas flow from one to another like chord progressions in a piece of music. It’s difficult to describe how it’s achieved, but it’s quite noticeable when it’s not. The reader doesn’t notice the exact transition point between one idea to the next because the prose before the transition was already leading the reader to that point. This kind of writing makes cohesive devices practically unnecessary, and when present, they attract no attention.
COmpare this to the heavy-handed “noticeable” was of using cohesion that often results when IELTTS candidates rely on a template of transition markers. NO matter what the topic, BP1 is going to start “On the one hand,” followed by “That is to say….” or “In other words,” then there’s the “For example/instance”.. And you bet the next paragraph begins “On the other other hand,” That’s cohesive devices being obrusive.

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