Submission date:11-01-2021 (21:47 GMT+1)
C1 - Agree/disagree
Social networking can connect strangers across the world. As the evolution of communication continues, technology progresses and social networking grows rapidily now and days. Social networks like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook have grown to have billions of users. In fact, in today’s society it is necessary or nearly expected to use a social media channel - if not all of these technological communication networks. If you haven’t got social media, you might be considered as strange. The increasing use of social networks has had both a negative and positive effects on communication in relationship, this is obvious for me. The purpose of this essay is to answer if social networks are helpful or harmful to relationships. As social networking evolves different aspects of communication suffer. With the expedient process of becoming to know someone, relationships can rise and fall much quicker. Aside from expediting relationships, there is the factor of getting to know someone for who they really are. All of the sudden, a person's life will never give you an accurate representation of reality. We creating the image that we want to convey through our activity on social media. Needles to say, it's much easier to convey the reality that we want to portray on the Internet than to live it in real life. In a nut shell, people often put the best things about themselves on their social network. as a fact, many show the life they wish they had and pretend they made a small fortune. By default this can be detrimental to relationships because no one is ever transparent or honest. Therefore, The developmental of a fruitful relationship takes effort and it is impossible to reach a level of depth with a person by meticulously parsing his Facebook self. Real relationships and depth cannot be established when merely built online as it might risk to loose your friends.
Total words: 312
Unique words: 177
Time spend: <1 min
Recommended: 40 min
After filtering out word fillers such as ‘the’, ‘a’, ‘it’ etc., English Marker links the key words that were used and places them on the CEFR scale.
Most exam boards, universities, colleges and employers require you to achieve a certain CEFR level in your written communication skills. Understanding at what level you are writing could provide you with clues as to what level your writing is and whether this is sufficient for achieving your language goals.
Understanding the number of letters per word is important to determine the level of complexity that has been used in the essay.
The wider the range of vocabulary is used, the clearer and more sophisticated the writing will be. Essays with more sophistication in combination with correctly used words, often score higher in official tests.
The wider the range of vocabulary you use, the clearer and more sophisticated your writing will be. Therefore, we have separated your vocabulary into unique words, stop words and receptive words.
Comparing the results with an average pass mark at the desired CEFR level, the number of spelling mistakes based on the vocabulary are counted
A higher level of accuracy with fewer mistakes gives a reader confidence in your writing.
Grammatical errors get in the way of good writing. You may even be misunderstood if the error is significant.
In this report, various types of errors and warnings are highlighted to help you improve your grammar.
|rapidily||...ing grows rapidily now and d...||Possible spelling mistake found.|
|now and days||... rapidily now and days. Social n...||Did you mean "nowadays"?|
|-||...a channel - if not al...||Consider using an m-dash if you do not want to join two words.|
|obvious for me||..., this is obvious for me. The purp...||The adjective 'obvious' is normally used with 'to': "obvious to me".|
|As||...ionships. As social ne...||“As” at the beginning of a sentence usually requires a 2nd clause. Maybe a comma, question or exclamation mark is missing, or the sentence is incomplete and should be joined with the following sentence.|
|who||...meone for who they real...||In a formal text, use "whom", not 'who'.|
|All of the sudden||...ally are. All of the sudden, a person...||This phrase is nonstandard. Did you mean "all of a sudden"?|
|We creating||... reality. We creating the image...||Did you mean "We're creating", "We are creating", or "We were creating"?|
|Needles||...al media. Needles to say, i...||Did you mean "Needless"?|
|as||... network. as a fact, m...||This sentence does not start with an uppercase letter|
|many show||...s a fact, many show the life ...||Possible agreement error. The noun show seems to be countable; consider using: "many shows".|
|By default||... fortune. By default this can ...||Did you mean: "By default,"?|
|The developmental of||...herefore, The developmental of a fruitfu...||The phrase 'The developmental of' is not correct. Use a noun, not an adjective, between 'The' and 'of'.|
|risk to loose||... it might risk to loose your frie...||The verb 'risk' is used with the gerund form: "risk loosing".|
Formal language is very important in business or academic writing. Informal language is only used in special circumstances such as a story or informal message. Therefore, depending on the topic, understanding the tone helps you identify how closely you have followed the writing requirements.
The better the essay, the better it answers the question on the topic or title given. Keeping to the point is one indicator of this. This indicator helps you identify how closely to the topic you have written.
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