Here is a list of common topics: and here is a list of common essay questions: . Go online and read model essays for various topics. Write down the ideas used. Also start researching issues and collect ideas.
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Can I write an essay on the necessity of law in the first paragraph and talk about the importance of educating people the benefits of recycling in the second paragraph?
Hi ! Dear Liz
I’m Diyorbek from Uzbekistan and recently hours I will pass IELTS
the main aim is improve the resoult of IElTS and I always getting trouble with Reading and Listening Tests . Couldn’t you any help me which related to means of statement
Moreover, which way do you think effective which is learning by heart more vocabulary before prepare to exam or it doesn’t matter how to start effectivly ?
what do you can advice me how can I start and achieve higher score than 6
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I don’t understand when i should present only my opinion and when to present both sides
For example in the above essay the questiom was ” to what extend do you agree?”
But the model answer he gave the point of view but also discussed both advantages and disadvantages.
if in questions are given that “do you agree or disagree ?” in this topic what should write ? will i write on both sides i mean positively afterthat negetively then conclusion…. is it write process? plz help liza mam
No new information that is relevant to the focus of the essay should be introduced here. If you wish to make a new point, it should be in a body paragraph.
A conclusion paragraph is very much tied to the introduction paragraph and the question that has been set (see Question analysis workshop), and we use special terms to describe each stage of the conclusion.
The conclusion to an essay is rather like a formal social farewell. For example, if an ASO consultant does a guest presentation at a lecture, it would be good practice to conclude the session by tying up the key points of the lecture and leave the students with a final message about the subject of the lecture:
We can show this as a diagram. The triangle of the introduction is the opposite in the conclusion. It begins with the narrowest topic (sentence 1), then widens to the summary of key points of the argument in the essay (sentence 2). The last sentence of the paragraph usually makes a broad statement that may be a reflection about the essay’s argument (sentence 3).
Read the following question and the sample conclusion paragraph. The sentences are in the wrong order for a conclusion paragraph. Match the statements to the correct sentence type.
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Conclusion paragraphs are about 5% of your essay word count (e.g. about 50 or so words per 1000 word essay). In clearly-written sentences, you restate the thesis from your introduction (but do not repeat the introduction too closely), make a brief summary of your evidence and finish with some sort of judgment about the topic. You can follow this basic pattern (recipe) for writing introduction paragraphs to help you get started.
The conclusion is the final place to show the connections between all the points made in your essay. Take the most important, relevant, and useful main points from your and summarise them here. Use the same keywords and ideas as the body paragraphs, but don't just repeat the same sentences.
Essays are often described as an attempt to “sell” your perspective on an issue. A good essay convinces the reader of the correctness of your argument. An excellent essay goes a step further: it demonstrates to the reader why the argument is especially important or relevant for the topic.