The examiner is trained to spot sentences which are not typical of your level of English.1.
This sentence is poor because it is used for the thesis statement but contains no main points. It only repeats the instructions but adds no information to the essay.
“Since the dawn of time…” is not a relevant statement for most IELTS issues and should be avoided.
Some students also use “Nowadays” to start their essay. Try to avoid these phrases and just paraphrase the information given by IELTS.4.
Try to avoid using such sentences and just present your answer clearly.
Another similar sentence is “I shall put forth my arguments to support my views in the following paragraphs” which should also be avoided.
We have also included other crucial information that you need to know about them.
A declarative sentence is also called a statement or a simple sentence. Its primary purpose is to inform the reader about something. It comes with a subject and a verb/predicate and is punctuated using a period at the end.
Usually, they begin with either a verb or a helping verb, and the subject follows.
An imperative sentence is also referred to as a command or a directive.