50. Reviews | How to write an inspiring body and conclusion for a review


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What is the most optimum way to write the internal part of a review, as well as its conclusion? In this episode, we will have a look at how to solve this problem looking at different angles.

From a semantic point of view, we will look at what to include and how to distribute it in different paragraphs. In order to acomplish this, we will use the TiPToP strategy: Ti(=Time), P(=Point), To(=Topic), P(=Place). From a synctactic perspective, we will review different strategies to make your sentences interesting and fun to read. From a grammatical standpoint, we will refresh the specific verb patterns associated with giving suggestions and recommendations. We will also introduce modals in passive constructions. You will be able to contrast what expressions to use in a formal, neutral or informal review.


Thank you for listening to this episode. I hope that it helped you discovering something about writing that you did not know, or that it helped you looking at things from a different perspective. If you enjoyed it, you might consider leaving a positive review wherever you are listening. It might seem simple, but it really helps.

If you know someone who is struggling with writing in English, you could also think about sharing this episode (or the whole podcast) with them. It might help them in their journey of becoming a better writer. Likewise, if you – or any of your friends – are taking official external exams, you will find valuable info and tricks for the writing part of your exams. You will find this especially relevant if you are taking the Cambridge Exams.

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