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los jovenes de hoy en dia y los jovenes de antes

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  • Essay length: 916 words
  • Submitted: 03/11/2008
  • Marked by teacher: (?) Amanda Salaou
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AS and A Level Spanish

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This is a 3* essay which has the potential for improvement. The student has lots of pertinent ideas but without a clear structure for their presentation and development, they come across as generalizations. The title is extremely important and if too vague can seriously impede the success of the essay. A specific time frame for comparison and points presented as separate paragraphs would improve this essay. A conclusion which brings together the main points, would be a better way to finish the essay. Gender of nouns and agreement should also be checked carefully.

Marked by teacher Amanda Salaou 01/03/2013

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Los jóvenes de hoy en día y los jóvenes de antes

Ha habido muchos cambios a la sociedad en los últimos años; las ideas viegas y conservadoras has sustituido con los pareceres más liberals - siempre no para major. La gente creen que los jóvenes de hoy en día se consideran ser más superficial y carecer de responsibilidad. Mientras que en los años sesenta y setenta parecó que lós jovenes tenaban opiniónes muy fuertes y creaban que agitación político era essencial, más que la moda está definiendo sus camarillas y estan causando los jóvenes de hoy perder sus identitdades.

Los jóvenes de hoy en día - como la generación anterior se dicen - tienen una vía más fácil que sus abuelos y incluso sus padres; ahora los adoloscentes no tienen resposibilidades como importantes, así que quizás es el aburrimiento que está se conduciendo empezar los malos hábitos que han se hacen tan banal en los años recientes.

Recientemente, los gobiernos han intentido educar mejor los miembros de sus población sobre los peligrosos de el consumo de drogas. No obstante, el impacto de esto es cuestionable; no es insólito por los adoloscentes tan joven de

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This is a 3* essay which has the potential for improvement. The student has lots of pertinent ideas but without a clear structure for their presentation and development, they come across as generalizations. The title is extremely important and if too vague can seriously impede the success of the essay. A specific time frame for comparison and points presented as separate paragraphs would improve this essay. A conclusion which brings together the main points, would be a better way to finish the essay. Gender of nouns and agreement should also be checked carefully.

Marked by teacher Amanda Salaou 01/03/2013

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