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? People think that governments should invest in rail transportation, not the cost of the road. From my point of view, I agree with the statement above. In this essay, I`m going to set out my reasons. Liz, it`s Mr. Jasjit singh here and I`m the IELTS coach in a company. Here I would like to point out that you used “sports children” in the para-2 body of the essay, although the word SPORTY is an informal word. Depending on the marking parameters, the informal language should not be used in principle in writing the essay, otherwise there will be a penalty. Do you think it is worthy of use by candidates? Wouldn`t it be nice if you knew how you were going to organize your ideas before you went to the exam? On this blog, I will show you a formula that can be adapted to most of the tasks of the IELTS and will save you valuable time. The most important thing is that it has been created that the message in your essay is easy to follow (one of the key criteria for higher scores). The style of all essays should be formal, which means you should avoid writing about your family and friends. Instead, share your experiences with people in your country or around the world.
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. They ask that candidates have a clear position – there is more than one way to do so, the structure will not always be the same depending on the question and the scribe.
Look back at future blogs that will show you how to change this formula for other types of IELTS testing tasks. Note: you don`t need to use this structure and other structures can give you a high score. However, this structure has been approved by IELTS reviewers as a structure that allows you to write a clear and cohesive essay. This structure allows you to focus on generating your ideas and then write an effective essay. Hi, Liz, is this an opinion piece and we need to cover both sides? Or just the site I support. I`m confused. This is a volume 9 guide to writing agree/disagree essays in IELTS Writing.