Describe the place you like the most
Task: Describe the place you like the most Purpose: - language: informal - content: describe Audience: My classmates. OUTLINING Topic sentence: On the last summer, I have visited my friend in Singapore. I deeply impressed by her house Body: 1 – Geogarphy • N
Task: Describe the place you like the most
Purpose: - language: informal
- content: describe
Audience: My classmates.
Topic sentence: On the last summer, I have visited my friend in Singapore. I deeply impressed by her house
Body: 1 – Geogarphy
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