Each test, if done correctly, will be successful. In the letter of the IELTS, it is important to keep in mind that different types of tests need different approaches. In the case of a “consensual” test, a combination of good structure and correct information is a game of change. So you`ll need to spend some time planning and structuring your essay to mark Volume 9 in IELTS Writing. I did the test a few days ago. Writing Part 2 was a bit disconcerting to me. Some agree that this is the best way to create detailed activities in their free time. While others disagree. Discuss both points of view and give your opinion. I read this question more than 10 times while I was writing the essay. Whether it`s the “leisure plan” or “When we`re free and take advantage of that time to make a plan for future activities.” I hope you can resolve my confusion.
You can`t ignore part of the test issue. The fact that you are presented is that supermarkets are developing and closing local shows. That`s the basis of your essay. The opinion you are addressing is: “Do you think this is the death of local communities?” So if you think supermarkets are good for local communities- is it a good thing that local stores close? You need to address the problem or the problems with the issue. The UK is a perfect example of smokers using money to treat lung cancer and heart disease, while health campaigns are being carried out in schools to warn children of the dangers of smoking. Should we only give an example if they have asked for it on the issue or should we do so for all the test questions? First, I think that satisfaction in the workplace gives people a sense of fulfillment that cannot guarantee money. Even if someone earns a high salary, but feels tense and compromised with his conscience, he will not enjoy his life. While pursuing one`s own interests will always bring joy and a sense of satisfaction. For example, many famous researchers did not make their career choices for attractive salaries, but because they were passionate about science.
That`s why it`s more important to choose the type of work that makes you happy than to watch a high salary. Once you`ve decided if you agree or disagree and have generated your support points, it`s time to start writing your essay. To get a high volume score for writing Task 2, it is necessary to support and develop our main ideas. I found some recommended websites, examples of polls, polls, government report, etc. to support the most important ideas. Do we really need an example? Are there other ways to support key ideas without giving examples? I think I`ll have more ideas for A, so I`ll pick them. Always choose the one you`re comfortable with, even if you don`t feel like that. You don`t get any extra notes to write about how you feel, you just want to give the reviewer what he needs to mark your essay by a volume of 7 degrees. Hey, Liz! I`m going to do an IELTS test next week, but I`m still puzzled about the test that doesn`t agree.
We must now write our paragraphs of support for our consensual or not essay: yes, of course. This is a partial agreement (or a balanced approach). This means that you agree to some extent, but not 100%. So you would explain what you agree to, and then you would add what to keep in mind. I sometimes find this approach very useful because it is easier to find unique ideas for each level of the body, which leads to a more concentrated test and also to a better range of language. Watch my Advanced Writing Task 2 lessons if you want more training: subscriptions.viddler.com/IELTSLizStore Do you want to learn how to create an Agree/Disagree/Opinion essay worthy of a high score when writing Task 2? Learn the required structure, useful vocabulary and take a look at the sample response This lesson will help you write