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How to write an Opinion Essay for Task 2 in IELTS

Wendell via Compfight Using the steps I’ve written about before: Analyzing the Task Question and the 4-Paragraph Structure, here is how you can approach the Opinion essay.  Example: With the recent developments in technology like e-books, some people feel that

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How to write the balanced/neutral Task 2 essay – To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Kristina Alexanderson via Compfight I wrote a full sample essay to this type of question – see this post: Sample IELTS Task 2 essay for agree disagree. A good question came up from a reader: The question type “to what

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IELTS Task 2 essay – Discussion only essay

To prepare for writing the IELTS Task 2 essay, make sure you know the different types of questions and understand how to answer and organize your essay. Here is one type of question that asks you to only discuss two

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How to write the introduction for an essay on IELTS Task 2

The introduction should be clear and concise. It doesn’t need to be very long and grand since this is a short 250-word essay. Here’s what it should include: a paraphrase (use of different words but same meaning) of the topic

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How to write an Opinion Essay for Task 2 in IELTS

Wendell via Compfight Using the steps I’ve written about before: Analyzing the Task Question and the 4-Paragraph Structure, here is how you can approach the Opinion essay.  Example: With the recent developments in technology like e-books, some people feel that

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How to write the Discuss and Give Your Opinion essay for Task 2 in IELTS

One type of Task 2 question is one that gives you two views about an issue and then asks you to discuss those two views and to give your opinion as well. How do you approach and organize this kind

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7 Types of Task 2 questions for IELTS

There are several different types of Task 2 questions that can all be answered using the 4-paragraph structure. Here are the  different kinds of questions: 1. Agree or Disagree  Ex. Some people think that scientists experimenting with animals in a laboratory

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Sample IELTS Task 2 essay for agree or disagree

‘Nino” Eugene La Pia via Compfight I had written out an outline for this Task 2 question: Many children these days have an unhealthy lifestyle. Both schools and parents are equally responsible for solving this problem. To what extent do

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