The above is a basic plan of how I want to write my essay. It’s not rigid. I can change my ideas and format as I write if I feel I can do better.
I can also add things that I’ve forgotten as the essay goes on. It’s normal of course for you to have new, good ideas as you write and the skill is to get them into your essay without upsetting the balance of the essay. How do you do this? It’s practice again. You won’t get good at writing essays and adapting your writing well without practice with relevant questions from quality .
I had a problem with the question in “food and diet” topic in writing task 2 ielts academic
the questions is that “With a growing population, many people believe that we should focus on GM foods” do you agree or disagree……..
problem is that why they do not mention that what GM stands for?
Is in real test they use such sorts of abbreviations.
please help me
No, it is more likely to be timing. Don’t pay any attention to notes the examiner makes. They do not decide the band score until the end of the test.
Model Essays and Tips for Writing Task 2
So , turns out i messed up with writing again :/. The other modules were pretty simple, should be easy 8 on those.
Gonna give pte a try next, apparently aus government allows it for immigration.
So, below is an example essay using the plan above as a basis.
You have to write a formal academic English essay of the type that would be required for teachers or tertiary education courses. Formulate and develop an argument and show a personal response. Give your opinions and back them up with evidence and examples. Your answer should persuade, be consistent and develop logically towards a conclusion, which answers all parts of the question.
can i use this template for intro of opinion and discussion essay
It is very important to note that fully addressing the scopeof the criteria does NOT mean that the object under discussionhas to fully meet ALL the criteria. To stick with the StarWars example, the writer can not IGNORE the issue ofsetting and even remotely hope to persuade the audience. Insome way, the writer is going to have to address the factthat both time and place are out of the bounds of theWestern. This is the point precisely. The author willhave to ADDRESS that pointthose criterianotnecessarily MEET those criteria. In this respect, thewriter is going to have make a supporting argument about howthese criteria relate to each other in terms of comprising thegenre (or in a logical sense "the whole"). Theimportant point is that all criteria are addressedadequately. Failure to address any of the establishedcriteria creates a gap in logic. Subsequently, thereasoning process (and its ability to persuade) fails.