A day is divided into four parts namely morning, afternoon, evening, and night. I like evenings more than any other time of the day. I am not a morning person at all and find evenings to be more in sync with my character.
Evening hours follow the afternoon from four or five o’clock to seven or eight o’clock. Mornings to me seem highly tiring and it is a chore to wake up every morning and go about my daily routine. Evenings, on the other hand, are more relaxing for me. This is the time when I can be done with my routine tasks and get some time to relax. Actually, I have many evening rituals that consist of having a cup of coffee along with a good book to read, to watch a movie, to sit and talk with my family, or to play with my dog and take it out for a walk. This time is soothing and rejuvenates me after a hard day’s work. I can find different ways to unwind and reinvigorate myself.
Evenings are different from other times in the day as they have a more calming effect and urge you into a state of relaxation. The sun sets during this time and it goes dark signifying the start of the third part of the day. This phenomenon is always a satisfying sight to see, regardless of the surroundings and the weather. This is why I really enjoy the evening more than the other times of the day.
synchronization. Example – The wheels of the cars move in sync with each other.
a tedious but necessary task. Example – Paula thinks that watering plants is a chore.
arising from convention or habit. Example – The team gathered around for a ritual pre-work meeting.
Make something young and vital. Example – A bid to rejuvenate the town center
Nature has always provided primary resources to humans to fulfill their basic needs. One such resource is the flora. It offers many different plants and trees that have different parts to play in our lives. While some plants are rare, some are very common as well.
One of the most common plants found in India is Basil, locally known as Tulsi. It is used for various purposes. It is also known as the holy basil herb and is quite important for its medicinal qualities. Found in almost every Indian household, it is abundant in the wilderness, and other places such as public parks, and especially temples.
Actually a medicinal plant, it is worshipped and highly regarded in the Indian culture. Tulsi is available all over India, and due to the medicinal properties, it offers people have started growing the plant in their homes. Basil is used for making herbal tea and as a flavoring in many dishes and recipes as well. It is easy to grow and needs basic things to grow, such as an ample amount of fresh air and sunlight.
Basically a small green plant, it has leafy foliage and small green-hued seed bunches. It is used to make Ayurveda medicines, and oil extracted from its leaves is used in toiletries and cosmetics. Tulsi leaf juice is effective in curing respiratory issues and common cold symptoms as well. The leaves can be eaten directly to comfort indigestion and insomnia.
There are a number of standard “phrases” required when writing a “Task Two” essay for the IELTS Writing Test, and candidates often use these incorrectly.
For example, when introducing an opinion people often write, “In my opinion”, which is, of course, correct. But this introductory phase often gets written as “In my idea” or even “In my thinking”, which are far from correct.
Aside from this, candidates often get mixed up and use incorrect word forms (for example, a noun rather than a verb, etc.) in their sentences.