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Submission date:

11-01-2021 (21:50 GMT+1)


C1 - Agree/disagree

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Social media is ruining real friendships. To what extent do you agree?

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.

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Your overall grade is calculated based on the average of four key criteria (Vocabulary, Grammar, Content and Structure). To determine the score of each criteria, the marker assigns a score out of ten against two to three sub-criteria (Range, Accuracy, Style and Precision, Cohesion and Coherence, Organisation, Argument and Relevance).


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Vocabulary: 6.5/10





Grammar: 6.5/10





Content: 7.5/10





Structure: 6.5/10

Cohesion and Coherence:




Overall grade: 6.8/10

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  • Vocabulary

    Unique words (fillers, unique and repetitive words)

    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.

    Comment: This metrics shows the proportion of Unique Words compared to the proportion of Stop Words and Repetitions in your essay. So-called 'Stop Words' are natural fillers in the English language such as 'a', 'the', 'then' and many others words. They are necessary to build correct sentences, however, they do not contribute to the content. 'Repetition Rate' is an important indicator showing how frequently words are reused in the text. The higher the value, the more times you used the same word. Note that different forms of the same word are counted as a single word. For example words 'working', 'works', 'worked' are counted as one unique word.

    The overall Repetition Rate of vocabulary in your essay is 1.99. Whereas, after removing Stop Words, the Repetition Rate is 1.4. This is a good value showing that you use a wider range of vocabulary. Please review words which were repeated multiple times in your essay, for example: ('social', 10), ('relationship', 7), ('network', 5). This list is not exhaustive.


    Topic alignment

    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.

    Comment: This indicator helps to identify how closely the essay is covering the topic.

    Your essay is perfectly aligned with the topic. This gives you every chance of high marks in the other criteria by which it will be assessed as well because the reader/assessor is not distracted by irrelevance or deviation from the title.


    Transition words, linkers and connectors.

    Good use of transition words and connectors is a strong indicator of confident writing ability.

    Check your results how many cohesion devices, transition words and connection words you have used compared to the average.

    Comment: This chart shows the number of words and phrases which help keeping your essay structured.

    Cohesive devices: are words and phrases used to show how the different parts of a text fit together.
    Linkers: are words and phrases that are used to link (i.r. connect of join) ideas.
    Connectors: are used between separate sentences.


    Readability scores

    Readability is about clarity. The better the writing, the clearer your message is to the reader.

    See how well your essay is perceived and by other readers through the combined readability score, the Flesch-Kincaid score and the Dale-Chall score.

    Comment: This score is composed of multiple readability metrics widely used in linguistics in order to assess the text readability.

    Your text difficulty is medium. This means that as well as mostly shorter, simple sentences you have one or more which is slightly more complex.

    Comment: The Flesch-Kincade test is designed to indicate how difficult a passage in English is to understand.

    Your writeup is at a level of reading difficulty which means the target audience would be an experienced person, not a young student.

    Comment: The Dale_Chall is a readability test that provides a numeric gauge of the comprehension difficulty that readers come upon when reading a text. It uses a list of 3000 words that groups of fourth-grade American students could reliably understand.

    Your writing can be easily understood by an average 9th or 10th-grade student.

Marker feedback


Range (7.0/10)

Accuracy (6.0/10)


Range (7.0/10)

Accuracy (6.0/10)


Relevance (8.0/10)

Argument (7.0/10)


Cohesion and Coherence (7.0/10)

Organisation (6.0/10)

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