It is claimed by scientists that colour can influence human moods, emotions and behaviours. Therefore, colour spectrum is commonly believed to be utilised in buildings such as workplaces and medical centres to convey diversely potential meanings and intentions. From my point of view, I admit this is true to some extent and colour is a powerful force on human's mental health.
First and foremost, colour scheme contains a variety of shades which could impact our psychological reactions. It is commonly known that there are two categories: warm and cool color. While the colours in the first group - red, orange, yellow provoke hostility, passion, the colours on the seconded side like blue, green, purple are linked tightly with calm and peace. Therefore, they appear as a therapy in hospitals and a motivating tool to communicate between businesses. For instance, painting the walls with the warm group can stimulate body functions, while nude shade is well-loved in the workplaces for its gentle and tender effect on mind. As a result, decoration is one of the key roles in the progress of business.
Colourologists have developed numerous empirical theories based on the evidences in the past. Diverse colours can influence work performances. For instance, red and orange are savoured of dynamic, vigorous and enthusiastic feelings in company with irascibility. That is the reason why people enjoying those are determined and passionate but can frequently be cantankerous at the workplaces and daily life. Furthermore, our physical diseases and mental illnesses can be alleviated by colour psychological treatment. An example is blue shade is a tool to treat pain and appearance related issues on the contrary can cause melancholy. Thus, colour is a well-known treatment in psychotherapy.
To summarise, due to the fact that colours can force our emotions deeply, I believe they are now wide-spread as an efficient motivation for citizens in several buildings and areas.

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Psychologists have known for many years that colour can affect how people feel. For this reason, attention should be given to colour schemes when decorating places such as offices and hospitals. How true is this statement? How far does colour...

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"Psychologists have known for many years that colour can affect how people feel. For this reason, attention should be given to colour schemes when decorating places such as offices and hospitals.
How true is this statement?

How far does colour influence people's health and capacity for work?"

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You need to make your sentences more direct. They are too convoluted. The purpose of Task 2 is to show how you can clearly communicate your ideas in good standard academic English. Complicated sentences obfuscate the message and get lower scores.

  • Use active voice, not passive voice.
  • Use dummy-it clauses sparingly, if ever.
  • Do not mix spelling systems. You can use American or British, but don't mix them up in the same essay.

It is claimed by (Avoid passive-it clauses. The active voice is much much more powerful.) Scientists claim that colour can influence human moods, emotions and behaviours. Therefore, they recommend using specific values from the colour spectrum is commonly believed to be utilised in buildings such as workplaces and medical centres to convey subliminal diversely potential meanings and intentions. From my point of view, (The essay prompts did not specifically say: give your opinion.) I admit this is true to some extent and colour is a powerful force for on human's mental health.


First and foremost, a well-designed colour scheme contains a variety of shades which could intended to impact our psychological reactions. It is commonly known that there are two categories: warm and cool color. While the colours in the first group - red, orange, yellow (ungrammatical, missing conjunction) provoke hostility, passion, the colours on the seconded opposite side like blue, green, purple (ungrammatical, missing conjunction) are linked tightly with to calmness (tranquility) and peace. Therefore, they appear as therapeutic a therapy in hospitals and a or an energizing stimulant in businesses' call centres. motivating tool to communicate between businesses. (I do not understand this point.) For instance, painting the walls with the warm colours group can stimulate body functions, while nude shade is well-loved in the workplaces for its gentle and tender effect on mind. As a result, decoration is one of the key roles in the progress of business. (I do not understand this point. )

Colourologists have developed numerous empirical theories based on the evidences in the past research. Diverse colours can influence work performances. (wrong form) For instance, red and orange cause are savoured (wrong word - savor is for food. ) of dynamic, vigorous and enthusiastic feelings in employees to the point of company with irascibility. That is the reason why people enjoying those colours are determined and passionate but can frequently be cantankerous at the workplaces and daily life.

Furthermore, our physical diseases and mental illnesses can be alleviated by colour therapy psychological treatment. An example is blue shade is a tool (ungrammatical clause structure) to treat pain and appearance related issues on the contrary (I do not understand.) but if used too much, can cause melancholy. Thus, colour is a well-known treatment in psychotherapy.
To summarise, due to the fact that colours can force (wrong word) our emotions deeply, I believe they are now wide-spread (not hyphenated.) as decorators learn to use colours for specific effects in indoor environments. an efficient motivation for citizens in several buildings and areas.

(You need a clear conclusion paragraph. It runs together with your body paragraph.)

Thank you for your clear explanation. I admit my mistakes ❤.

I read on ieltsliz.com, she recommended using passive voice to write about others' opinion.

Your advice really helped me out. I apologise for the misunderstandings. Thank you so much, wish you a happy days and be safe.

Every university writing lab stresses that active voice is far preferable to passive voice. Here are some example quotes:

In most cases, using active voice will result in shorter, sharper sentences that are easier for the reader to follow. This makes your writing clearer and aids the reader in visualizing what's happening, especially when you use vivid action verbs.

Active voice is used for most non-scientific writing. Using active voice for the majority of your sentences makes your meaning clear for readers, and keeps the sentences from becoming too complicated or wordy. Even in scientific writing, too much use of passive voice can cloud the meaning of your sentences.

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