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For each task, you can read tips and advice if you don't know,
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what to look out for and how to manage your time,
how to use your strengths.
<h4 style=”text-align: center;”>Tip No.12:</h4>
<p style=”text-align: center;”><em>”Before you start working on a text, read the whole text to make sure you get the gist of what it’s about and then start looking for information”.</em></p>
<p style=”text-align: center;”>For reading</p>
Tip No. 42:
“Use conjunctions! All sentences and paragraphs should be connected to make your message logically well structured and easy to follow, so that the reader can easily understand the communicative aim of your letter.”
Tip No. 87:
“If you feel you’re completely out of ideas and don’t know what else to say, go back to a topic you mentioned earlier, explain it in more detail, or give examples from your own life. This always helps you through difficult situations.”