Vol. 3 Technology & the Internet

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Technology is more than computers and smartphones; it includes things like fire, wind energy, and even language. The internet, as well, is a topic that is just getting bigger and bigger.

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The Write Idea contents:

  • Comprehensive vocabulary lists that touch on all areas of a chosen topic
  • Extra synonyms and expressions for commonly used words (Add variety to your writing!)
  • Lots of sample questions for you to consider and practice answering
  • A more focused look at subtopics and ideas related to each
  • Ready-made examples that you can apply to almost any essay task
  • Sample essays, written at the highest level (IELTS – 9, TOEFL – 30), in which you can study grammar and structure, language use, and convincing arguments

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Additional information

Topic

Technology & the Internet

Format

PDF

Details

pages: 52
Keywords: 700+
Subtopics: 28
Questions: 59
Essay samples: 13

7 reviews for Vol. 3 Technology & the Internet

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Ilia

    Hello Mr Adam,
    begging your first body paragraph in the second example of the third volume”Technology & Internet,” you have written a run on sentence, I think.

    “Before computers came along tasks we take for granted and that require mere seconds to complete today used to occupy much of our time and cost us a lot.”

    I await your reply. Yours faithfully, Ilia (Mr)

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    WTT_Adam

    Before computers came along – introductory adverb clause

    tasks (that) we take for granted and that require mere seconds to complete today– subject (tasks) with defining compound adjective clause to describe the tasks

    used to — main verb of independent clause

    much of our time– object to occupy

    and cost us a lot–second part of compound verb in independent clause.

    This is a fairly complex sentence. I will be making videos soon to address these types of sentences.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ilia

    Hello Mr Adam,
    thank you for your answer. What I meant is that “before” makes this introductory adverb clause “Before computers came along” a dependent one. Thus it is necessary to have a comma after it; without a proper punctuation mark, this sentence is a run-on sentence and not entirely clear to understand, I think.

    Yours sincerely, Ilia (Mr)

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ilia

    Before computers came along, — dependent introductory adverb clause with comma (,)

    tasks we take for granted and that require mere seconds to complete today — subject of the first independent clause

    tasks — main subject of the first independent clause

    used to occupy much of our time — predicate of the first independent clause

    used to — main verb of the first independent clause

    and cost us a lot. — the second independent clause connected with “and” to the first one

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    WTT_Adam

    Oh, I see. As a matter of fact, I am working on videos about commas right now. The first part will be on YouTube next week. One thing you will see is that commas for introductory phrases are actually optional. I could add one to this sentence, but it is not necessary as the meaning and the pace is unaffected.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    WTT_Adam

    Hi Ilia,

    I forgot to mention that a run-on sentence doesn’t have to do with missing commas; it has to do with missing periods (.) or semi-colons (;). I’ll make a video on this as well.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ilia

    Hi Mr Adam,
    thank you for your answer, help and time.

    Yours sincerely

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