Topic: What do you do for good health?

Topic: People do many different things to stay healthy. What do you do for good health? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

A healthy person is free of disease, possesses superb enegy, positive thinkings and sleep well. As a matter of fact, there are a number of methods to keep ones being fresh and positive. This essay will further discuss about how to become healthy in both physically and mentally from my point of view.

Keeping yourself positive anywhere and anytime even in a paradox situation is one of key factors of being healthy. It has been proved that negative thinking can lead to depression and lack of self-esteem, all which gives you a general feeling of malaise. These thinkings, therefore, cause you to be limited and halt down your productivity in life. In contrast, positive people carry a better sense of self-awareness; hence, they feel better, think better, and repond to changing situations more optimistically. As a result, these pople are much mentally heathiers than pessimistis.

Practice exercises as well as acquire a natural organic diet daily is the second secret of being good in shape. Still, there is no denying that exercise can help to prevent excess weight gain as well as to reinforce your physical strength. For instance, by jogging daily, we can reduce stress, lower blood pressure and constantly limit the risks of disease. In addition, following a proper nutrition regulation offers numerous health benefits that keep you mentally and physically well. A diet low in fats, cholesterol and sodium such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy, for example, can lower your risk of heart disease.

In conclusion, in order to stay strong and healthy, I recommend to maintain a routine of eating healthy and exercising daily as well as always remain positive which help to keep yourself energetic and fresh.

TOEFL listening lectures: A lecture from a social studies class

Hi, I thought your essay was pretty good. You have some good reasons and your arguments address the prompt well. You don’t have that many grammatical errors, but you do have a lot of awkward or odd sounding phrases and a few sentences that were very confusing to me. So overall, I would rate this a 3.5 out of 5.

Thanks very much Luschen!

I tried to use some alternatives or synonyms that is the reason, I think, for awkward phrases.

Could you recommend some available and reliable sources for this?

Yes, synonyms are pretty tough, since often two words that are said to be synonyms actually have slightly different meanings, or connotations. The best way is to learn how the words are used, either by reading sample sentences using them, or by reading articles in English and noting new words that might be useful in your writing.