The two plans describe a health centre before and after some developments from 2005 to now.

As can be seen from the plans, the health centre has witnessed dramatic changes both outdoors and indoors over the given period.

In 2005, the entrance was located in front of the health centre, the opposite is the reception desk. There were three consulting rooms. Next to CR3 was the office which is in the north-east of the building. The
physiotherapy room was on the top right-hand corner of the plan, next to CR2. Moreover, all the seats were sorted nearby the doorways of five rooms. Outside the building was car parking and garden, the car parking had 12 spaces, directly opposite to the main entrance. The remainder of this area was the garden.

In the present day, the layout of the centre has been revised. The main entrance is relocated to the bottom left-hand corner, adding children’s play area closes to it. The office is smaller to make room for the reception desk. Three consulting rooms are converted into four rooms but smaller, those are in the east and south of the centre. In addition, a minor operations room is constructed and that is allocated to the west of the physiotherapy room. Finally, the size of the car park increased by twice with 30 spaces, the remainder outside the building is still the garden.

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The two plans maps depict describe a health centre before and after some developments from 2005 to now.

As can be seen from the plans, (Those words tell the reader nothing. Use your words wisely.) the health centre has witnessed (wrong word. Buildings and land cannot witness anything. They cannot see.) dramatic changes both outdoors and indoors over the given period. (repetitious. You already told the reader about the period. You are supposed to point out 2 or 3 the major observations. You did not tell the reader anything more in this paragraph than you did in the first one.)

Overall, the centre has been considerably enlarged, with more parking, more consulting rooms, and a new practice, minor operations.

In 2005, the entrance was located on the south side in front of the health centre, (wrong punctuation. comma splice error. ungrammatical) the opposite it is the reception desk. There were three consulting rooms (CR). (If you are going to use the abbreviation, show where it comes from first.) Next to CR3 was the office which is was in the north-east (wrong word) of the building. The
physiotherapy room occupied the northeast corner. on the top right-hand corner of the plan, next to CR2. Moreover, all the chairs seats were sorted arranged nearby the doorways of five rooms. Outside the building was car parking and garden area, (wrong punctuation. comma splice error. ungrammatical) the car parking had 12 spaces, directly opposite to the main entrance on the south side. A garden surrounded the building on the other three sides. The remainder of this area was the garden.

Between 2005 and In the present day, the layout of the centre has been was revised. (This sentence is just repetition. ) The main entrance was is relocated to the southwest bottom left-hand corner, with a adding children’s play area closes to it. The office is smaller to make room for the reception desk. Three consulting rooms are converted into four rooms but smaller, those are in the east and south of the centre. In addition, a minor operations room is constructed and that is allocated (wrong word) to the west of the physiotherapy room. Finally, the size of the car park increased by twice (wrong expression) with 30 spaces, the remainder outside the building is still the garden.

Can you please explain to me why you use past tense in the last paragraph, I described the map in the present day so I think I should use present tense. Thanks for your help!

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AlpheccaStars on the top right-hand corner of the plan,
AlpheccaStars bottom left-hand corner

Please help me why I should not use these phrases, thanks for your help!

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AlpheccaStars on the top right-hand corner of the plan,
AlpheccaStars bottom left-hand corner

Please help me why I should not use these phrases, thanks for your help!

They mean exactly the same as the red phrases before them, so are redundant.

Yes, but I don't know why I should use the northwest corner but not the top right-hand corner.

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Thảo Phạm 1929Yes, but I don't know why I should use the northwest corner but not the top right-hand corner.

On maps, we use compass directions to indicate locations. You did this once in your essay. Be consistent throughout.


For diagrams that are not maps, use left/right/upper/lower.
For example, you have the topic:

Describe the process of sending a postcard to your friends from a beautiful vacation spot.

1. Pick out a beautiful postcard and buy it or use a free one from your hotel. Here is one I picked.


2. Buy a stamp.
3. The reverse side is divided into two columns. Write your greetings on the right-hand side and the address in the center of the left-hand side.



4. Paste the stamp in the upper right-hand corner.

(etc.)