Science Report

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Task 1: The topic sentences below are followed by details. Identify the detail(s) which do not support the topic sentence.

1. Topic Sentence: Studying overseas offers students a chance to benefit from a refreshing insight into other cultures.

Details: A. Students may get a culture shock at the beginning. B. Food overseas is often very different in taste and presentation. C. Fees can be very expensive. D. There are ample opportunities to make new friends from other ethnic groups and nationalities. E. Students get to know and be part of various festivals. F. Students learn to live and study independently. G. Students are not able to follow the lessons at times due to the difference in teaching methods incorporated.

2. Topic Sentence: The LRT system has proven to be a boon for commuters in the city. Details: A. It is an alternative to road transport. B. It is convenient and economical. C. The ticketing machines are sometimes a hassle but most people are now used to them. D. Commuters get to avoid problems with parking. E. The stations are located rather remote from residential and corporate areas. F. Commuters have to stand in long queues and wait a long time for the service. G. Facilities for the disabled are insufficient.

3. Topic Sentence: A part-time job not only gives students financial freedom but also benefits them in many ways. Details: A. It gives them extra pocket money and helps finance their studies. B. Students who lack discipline may devote too much time to their jobs and less to their studies. C. Students gain invaluable experience in the working world. D. Students have the opportunity to make new friends. E. The purchasing power obtained from having a job…...

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