‘That of’ and ‘Those of’ are great ways of avoiding repetition, especially in Task 1. Here are a few common mistakes.
Academic style takeaways
In this lesson you’ll learn how to use less common conditionals to qualify your statements.
What’s the difference between ‘a key to solving’ and ‘a key to solve’?
Learn how to decrease your thinking time speed up your writing/speaking fluency by learning words that commonly go together.
‘Not only ..but also’ adds emphasis but it’s dangerous because it usually needs inversion – find out how to do this here.
Learn the best formal and informal alternatives for both Writing Task 2 and General Training Letters.
‘Hedging’ is a skill that takes time to get right. Here’s a brief overview which takes you to the full lesson.
How to use ‘first and foremost’ for emphasis.
‘Albeit’ is a nice formal word and works well in the right context.