There are many ways to structure your trial, but we use a structure that has been approved by many IELTS auditors to be highly evaluated and consistent. Look back for future blogs that will show you how to change this formula for other types of IELTS trial tasks. Here are some examples of test questions that converge or disagree.1. «Modern life is increasingly chaotic. » Do you agree or disagree?2. “The death penalty is barbaric and should not be legal anywhere.” Do you agree or disagree?3. “Libraries are irrelevant in the internet age and should not be publicly funded.” Do you agree or disagree? When you open your exam work and instruction Discuss both points of view and give your own opinion, it is obvious that you need to give the same space to both opinions in your essay to fully address all parts of the task. Wouldn`t it be nice if you knew how to organize your ideas before going to the exam? On this blog, I show you a formula that can be adapted to most IELTS tasks and saves you valuable time. The most important thing is that the message of your essay is easy to follow (one of the key criteria for higher scores). -Thank you, Liz.
I got a very useful score (lrsw = 8,9,8,5,7,5). I was only 0.5 out of 8 in writing to get a perfect score! It was a matter of opinion. I accepted in part in others to have ideas to get my bodily gifts. Word count 330 essay and 190 letters (computer-based IELTS is the best thing to do if you like typing, but how I am handwritten). I looked at all your templates and discovered that my problems were mostly articles and punctuations). In addition, there is a great risk that you will repeat the same arguments in the next paragraph, when you can finally express your own opinion (what you should do in an essay and to what extent!). It can quickly become chaos. And instead of having a nice essay that argues strongly in favor of a position and shows progress, you now have one. Ironically, learning this style is the first and easiest step in writing essays.
What is much more difficult is learning how to write good sentences, or how to construct logical arguments with complex sentences, or how to make your essay have unity and consistency. That`s why all the time and energy wasted by IELTS test participants for the organization is so sad for me. This time would be much better to devote to LEARNING LANGUAGE SKILLS! These two examples are partly true, but I adapted them to better match the trial. It is normal to do this, as the examiner will not verify your facts. Should we only give an example if they asked for it on the question, or should we indicate it for all the test questions? Shelly, if we follow the plan below, won`t we take into account the arguments of the other side in our essay? You recommend that we only give ONE view of the argument. Is that enough for a 7.0? You think your friend has gone crazy! I mean, why do they talk about “certain people” when you asked them for your opinion!!! You don`t care what others think!!! I feel this way when I start reading an Extent To What and in the first paragraph, there are only arguments for the other point of view! Why do they tell me that? I want to know your opinion, not that of others!!! For me, a paragraph like this does nothing to help you show your position. An opinion essay is not a discussion essay. This essay does not invite you to discuss the health care system. This asks you if you think the problem of obesity in the health system can be solved by increasing physical education classes in schools – do you agree with this solution? In the whole of your essay from start to finish, this is your opinion on the solutions to the problem.