IELTS map task errors

IELTS Writing Part One map task error correction

Find at least one mistake in all but one line below.

Site A in the Pellington City is near from Residential area.

Potential hypermarket location B locates in the north-eastern part of the city.

Secondly, B is on the outskirts, far away from the residential area.

And also it has a good transport connections, being a motorway and a tram.

There are a pedestrianized area and some green space near site A.

In conclusion, there are merits and demerits of each sites.

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Hints

Site A in the Pellington City is near from Residential area. – 3 errors

Potential hypermarket location B locates in the north-eastern part of the city.- 1 error

Secondly, B is on the outskirts, far away from the residential area.

And also it has a good transport connections, being a motorway and a tram. – 1 error

There are a pedestrianized area and some green space near site A. – 1 error

In conclusion, there are merits and demerits of each sites. – Totally wrong

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Suggested answers

Site A in Pellington City is near the residential area.

Potential hypermarket location B is located in the north-eastern part of the city.

Secondly, B is on the outskirts, far away from the residential area.

It also has a good transport connections, being a motorway and a tram.

There is a pedestrianized area and some green space near site A.

In conclusion, there are merits and demerits of each sites. – No conclusion necessary or possible, scrap it!

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