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This is only a discussion essay. There is no instruction asking you if the statement being made is true or false. It is important that you donot alter the original presentation in any way, within your rewording of the topic. That is because of the task accuracy requirements that analyzes how well you can adhere to the original presentation, without adding, removing, or giving a personal opinion that will change the original prese4ntation. The mere presence of this opening sentence already changed the statement from a discussion topic to a personal opinion. Expect to have score reductions in the TA score due to that information addition. Your opening paraphrase in fact, does not adhere to the original prompt restatement as you began discussing an opinion, rather than merely restating the topic and responding to the question, without a discussion scope for your reasons yet. The first paragraph is always a paraphrase of the original, with a response to the given question. You will not get a passing TA score due to the overall error in your restatement. You did not respond to the question as required.
Do not use contractions in the Task 2 presentation. Contractions are shortened forms of English words that are not academically acceptable in formal writing. Your Task 2 essay is a formal piece of writing. As such, the full word must be spelled out. The contractions have the ability to lower your GRA score as you are not using the appropriate writing style in the presentation.
There is no plural word for information. The plural form is the same as the singular form. This will again, lower your GRA as you show that you do not have a proper grasp of how English words are formed. This also affects your LR score because you show an unfamiliarity with the word usage and formation.
There are just too many errors in this presentation for me to cover in this review. The bottom for your essay is just this, it is not a passing essay based on content, word formation, sentence clarity, and prompt adherence. You even failed to create a proper concluding paragraph creating an open ended rather than concluded essay. The length of the essay will not justify a passing grade due to your failure to score properly in the grading rubic.