Writing Task 1 Revision – Useful Vocabulary and Grammar for Map Essays
To describe something newly built
· In …, a new … was built/ developed/ constructed/ established in the … of … .
For example: In 2005, a new supermarket was constructed in the North of the city center.
· In the … of …, a new … could be found/ seen in … .
For example: In the South of the parking area, a new cinema could be found in 2010.
· A new … was located/ situated in the … of … in … .
For example: A new museum was located in the West of the shopping mall in 2008.
To describe something removed
· In …, the …, which was in …, was removed/ destroyed/ eradicated/ wiped out.
For example: In 2012, the kindergarten, which was in the East of the town in 2010, was removed.
· In …, the … was removed/ destroyed/ eradicated/ wiped out to give space for a new … .
For example: In 2007, the fishing port was destroyed to give space for a new golf course.
· In …, the old/ previous … was replaced by a new … .
For example: In 1990, the old amusement park was replaced by a new zoo.
To describe something remaining unchanged
· From … to …, the … had remained unchanged at its location in … .
For example: From 1980 to 1990, the primary school had remained unchanged at its location in the Southwest of the village.
· In …, the … was still located/ situated in its … location.
For example: In 2006, the tram station was still located in its 2004 location.
· In …, people could still find/ see/ locate the … in …, as they did in … .
For example: In 1975, people could still see the coffee shop in the West of the school, as they did five years earlier.
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