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  1. Extended Writing Task Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.

  2. Extended Writing Task Annotate each part of the question to show what content is needed in an answer Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.

  3. Extended Writing Task Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.

  4. Extended Writing Task Identify any spelling mistakes in the text. Correct the mistakes that you find. Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature. Can you identify and correct a scientific misconception

  5. Extended Writing Task Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.

  6. Extended Writing Task Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.

  7. Extended Writing Task Identify any spelling mistakes in the text. Correct the mistakes that you find. Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature. Can you improve this answer by using the correct technical terms? What part of this answer is irrelevant to the question?

  8. Extended Writing Task Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.

  9. Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature. Would you make any improvements to this answer? If so, what would they be?

  10. Extended Writing Task Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.

  11. Plants use carbon dioxide from the air and make food. This is photosynthesis. Animals get the carbon when they eat plants. Respiration puts carbon dioxide back into the air. Plants take up nitrates from soil. They use them to make proteins. Animals eat the plants. When things die, bacteria decay them. In soil, bacteria change ammonia to nitrates. Plants take these into their roots. DNA also has nitrogen in it.

  12. Extended Writing Task Extended Writing Task B2 New energy from sunlight reaches earth every day. However, there is only a certain amount of other resources, such as water, carbon and nitrogen, available for living things. These resources have to be recycled. Describe how carbon and nitrogen are recycled in nature.