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Types of questions in Discussion/ Both sides and Opinion Essays in IELTS Writing task 2

Related eBooks After discussing the type of questions in argumentative essays, now I would like to move to the next category and elaborate the type of questions in discussion/ both sides and opinion essays. Below are the different types of questions on which we usually categorise the writing task 2. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages. […]

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Types of questions in Opinion/ Argumentative Essay in IELTS Writing task 2

Till now, you have studied in the previous writing task 2 lessons that there are three different types of essays and from those categories; today I would like to discuss the different types of questions in opinion/ argumentative essay. There are different ways of asking your opinion in argumentative essays and you will be asked […]

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How the IELTS Speaking Test is marked/ graded

The IELTS Speaking Test is marked or graded using score from 1 to 9 on four criteria, as follows: Fluency and Coherence: This means how fluently a candidate speaks or in other words, how well one maintains a flow of speech while developing the answer on the given topic or question. In addition, the examiner […]

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Three categories of IELTS essays

There are different types of questions in the IELTS writing task 2 tests. It is important to learn the different types of questions in order to structure the essay correctly. Broadly speaking, there are three different categories, as follows: Opinion / Argumentative Essay Discussion/ Both sides Essay Two Questions Essay Opinion / Argumentative Essay: In […]

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Vocabulary for People

To achieve a good band score in IELTS writing and speaking, you have to avoid repetition of words. People (in general) Everyone General public Individuals Human beings Mankind People and work Unemployed Employees Managers Manufacturers Representatives Entrepreneurs Workers Employers  People and Power Politicians Leaders Consumers Voters Celebrities Home owners People and Education Principal Teacher In-charge […]

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