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A Review of Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing 1 - A Practical and Effective Book for Learners of English

<h1>What is Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing 1?</h1>

<p>If you want to communicate confidently in English wherever you are, whether at home, at work, travelling, studying or socialising with English-speaking friends, then you need to improve your writing skills. And one of the best ways to do that is by using <strong>Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing 1</strong>, a four-level skills series for adults and young adults.</p>

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<p>This book is specially designed for learners who want to develop their writing skills from elementary to advanced level. It covers a range of topics and themes that are relevant for everyday life in an English-speaking world. It also provides you with practical tips, strategies, and checklists that help you become a more effective writer.</p>

<p>In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about this book, including why you need it, what it covers, how to use it, and where to get it. So keep reading and get ready to take your writing skills to the next level!</p>

<h2>Why do you need this book?</h2>

<p>Writing is one of the most important skills in any language. It allows you to express yourself clearly, share your ideas and opinions, inform or persuade others, create connections and relationships, and achieve your goals. However, writing is also one of the most challenging skills to master. It requires not only a good knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, and punctuation, but also an awareness of the purpose, audience, tone, style, and format of different types of texts.</p>

<p>That's why you need <strong>Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing 1</strong>. This book will help you improve your writing skills by focusing on realistic situations that you may encounter in your personal or professional life. It will also help you develop the skills you need to become a more confident writer, such as planning, organizing, drafting, revising, editing, and proofreading your texts.</p>

<p>By using this book, you will be able to write more effectively for a variety of purposes and audiences, such as writing emails and letters, reports and reviews, invitations and arrangements, descriptions and stories, and more. You will also be able to learn from the feedback of your teacher, classmates, or native speakers, and use it to improve your writing further.</p>

<h3>What are the main topics and themes of this book?</h3>

<p><strong>Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing 1</strong> consists of four units, each with two main topics and themes. The topics and themes are based on the themes of 'Work and Study' and 'Social and Travel', which are relevant for most learners of English. Each unit has a different focus area that helps you practice a specific aspect of writing, such as formal or informal language, structure or organization, descriptive or narrative techniques, etc.</p>

<p>Here is a brief overview of the four units and their focus areas:</p>

<h4>Work and Study</h4>

<h5>Writing emails and letters</h5>

<p>In this unit, you will learn how to write formal and informal messages for different purposes and audiences. You will practice how to open and close your emails and letters, how to use appropriate greetings and sign-offs, how to request or provide information, how to make or respond to complaints or apologies, how to give or ask for advice or recommendations, and how to use polite or friendly language.</p>

<h5>Writing reports and reviews</h5>

<p>In this unit, you will learn how to write reports and reviews for different purposes and audiences. You will practice how to structure and organize your information and opinions in clear and concise ways, how to use headings, subheadings, bullet points, tables, graphs, etc., how to introduce and conclude your reports and reviews, how to use facts, figures, examples, evidence, etc., how to express your views or evaluations objectively or subjectively, and how to use formal or informal language.</p>

<h4>Social and Travel</h4>

<h5>Writing invitations and arrangements</h5>

<p>In this unit, you will learn how to write invitations and arrangements for different purposes and audiences. You will practice how to make plans and confirm details with friends or colleagues, how to invite someone to an event or a meeting, how to accept or decline an invitation politely or tactfully, how to suggest or agree on a time, place, date, etc., how to change or cancel plans if necessary, and how to use formal or informal language.</p>

<h5>Writing descriptions and stories</h5>

<p>In this unit, you will learn how to write descriptions and stories for different purposes and audiences. You will practice how to use descriptive language and narrative techniques to engage your readers, how to describe people, places, things, events, etc., how to tell a story with a clear beginning, middle, and end, how to use time expressions, connectors, adjectives, adverbs, etc., how to create interest or suspense in your stories, and how to use formal or informal language.</p>

<h2>How can you use this book effectively?</h2>

<p>You can use <strong>Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing 1</strong> either alone or in a classroom setting. The book is designed to be flexible and adaptable to your needs and preferences. You can work through the book from start to finish or choose the units that interest you the most. You can also decide how much time you want to spend on each unit or activity.</p>

<p>However you choose to use this book, we recommend that you follow these steps:</p>


<li>Read the introduction at the beginning of each unit carefully. It will give you an overview of the main topic and theme of the unit, the focus area that you will practice in each section of the unit (A-D), the type of writing task that you will do at the end of each section (E), and the extra practice task that you can do outside the book (F).</li>

<li>Do the warm-up exercises at the beginning of each section (A-D). They will help you activate your prior knowledge of the topic or theme of the section. They will also help you prepare for the main task by introducing some key vocabulary or grammar points.</li>

<li>Do the main tasks in each section (A-D). They will help you apply your writing skills to realistic situations that are related to the topic or theme of the section. They will also help you practice the focus area of the section by providing you with tips, strategies, models, examples, etc.</li>

<li>Do the writing task at the end of each section (E). It will help you consolidate what you have learned in the section by asking you to write a text on a similar topic or theme as the main task. It will also help you</p> 71b2f0854b


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