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The carbon cycle in our life - from fossil fuels to photosynthesis


Zihni92 3 / 8  
Mar 13, 2015   #1
Hi, please help me to make my writing better, please give me some recommendations about my IELTS writing task 1

The diagram illustrates the way in which the carbon is recycled in the daily life. It can be seen that there are three stages in the process, beginning with exploration of fossil fuels and decomposition of natural resources.

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OP Zihni92 3 / 8  
Mar 13, 2015   #2
the diagram



OP Zihni92 3 / 8  
Mar 13, 2015   #3
Hi MisterWandering

Thanks for the correction, i will try to learn more about grammer especially how to use tenses
lynzee22 - / 90 37  
Mar 13, 2015   #4
The diagram illustrates the way in which the how carbon is recycled in the daily life. It can be seen that there are three stages in the process, beginning withthe exploration of fossil fuels and decomposition of natural resources, (step two, and step three) .

To begin, the fossil fuels are exploited from the earth's layer which layer? there are many by the factory. This process is produceds air pollutionone of which consists ofis carbon dioxide. Other ways to produce this gas is from the vehicles which are generated the carbon dioxide to the air and how breathing process works repeatedly . Vehicles also produce this gas and contribute to air pollution.

Following this, the amount of the carbon dioxide in the air is becomes one of the materials to do photosynthesisI am not sure what you mean by the rest of this sentence , which leaves keep the gas, and this process is generated energy for plant life. The plants also are got the food offeed animals. Due to the decaying, after the natural resources was done, they experienced the decomposition process. This process can be saved the carbon dioxide in the land. Furthermore, the process of decaying can save carbon dioxide in the land.

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