My IELTS Classroom | Avoiding Overgeneralising in IELTS essays by hedging

Hedging

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Excuse me? Hedging? Like the small green trees that grow between houses?

Well, not exactly. Hedging just means writing sentences that are NOT too general. This is a key criteria for students who want a 7.0 or higher in the exam, but one that is often overlooked. The good news? Hedging is actually fairly easy to learn for most students. (Those italic words are examples of hedging!) In this video, we will look at the 5 most common easy ways to avoid overgeneralising.

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