Articles

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Useful language

Questions to start your article with:
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  • Do you ever wonder…
  • Do you think that…
Introducing your ideas:
  • Firstly,
  • First of all,
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  • So,…
  • In conclusion,…
  • To sum up…
Giving examples:
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  • … particularly…
Endings:
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  • What I think is…
  • Personally,…
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My favourite shop

Can you imagine a shop where you have an amazing variety of absolutely everything? This is my ideal shop and it exists! The shop is called Harrods and it is in the centre of London.

Harrods is an incredible store – it has five floors and it is a beautiful old building. Inside it has hundreds of departments selling everything imaginable, such as food, clothes, furniture, electrical goods and even pets. There are also restaurants so you can take a break from shopping!

To begin with, I love it because it has feeling of luxury. The shop assistants are really friendly but the only problem is it is quite expensive. It is a very well-known store so sometimes when I shop there I can see famous people.

Some people think shopping is a silly activity but personally I like it because it is quite social and you can go you’re your friends and discuss things. At the same time you can find out about lots of new products – and you don’t have to buy.

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