Exercise 6 Career’s Talk Report (Core)

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IGCSE ESL Exercise 6 Career’s Talk Report Core is a good example of a report which has the appropriate content and language to gain a good mark in this part of the exam.

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This exercise gives you valuable practice for the IGCSE ESL Examinations. You have to write approximately 100–150 words of continuous prose, in response to a short stimulus, which may take the form of pictures and/or short prompts.

In this example, you recently went to a career’s talk at your school. Your teacher has asked you to write about how it helped you and explain how you might use this information in the future.

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