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Use Most Complex Words For The First Sentence1

An example of that could be "indubitably", etc..

Try Not To Have Two Consecutive Sentences With "-ly"2

For example, rather than writing:

 

"Personally, I think that this is a great idea. Apparently, it can also be said that...",

 

change it to:

 

"Personally, I think that this is a great idea. Moreover, it can also be said that...".

 

Also, try to have longer phrases to start some sentences, such as "Considering all the arguments in favour of this idea, I think...".

Try To Ensure That Every Sentence Starts With A Complex Word, Where Possible3

For instance:

 

"Dear Sir/Madam,

 

Regarding (= complex word) the reason for getting in touch..."

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Complex Vocabulary To Start IELTS Task 2 And Academic Task 1 Sentences

 

Try not to start any sentences with basic words, such as “a”, “an”, “the” or “I”. Try to make them as complex as possible (as well as the rest of the sentence) to impress the examiner.


For instance, instead of having a sentence like:

“The main thing that I would like to consider in this essay is the effect of technology.”,

it can be changed to:

“Actually, the main thing that I would like to consider in this essay is the effect of technology.”.

And this can be further updated to:

“Actually, specifically, the key feature that I want to focus on in this analysis, is the outcome that can be considered.

 

Some expressions that you could start sentences with can be:

  1. A key aspect of this is,

  2. As regards this issue,

  3. Considering all aspects of this topic,

  4. Focussing on the salient aspects of this issue,

  5. From the one hand,

  6. From the one perspective,

  7. From the one side,

  8. From the other hand,

  9. From the other perspective,

  10. From the other side,

  11. Having considered all the issues,

  12. Having said this,

  13. In contrast to this point of view,

  14. In fact, we can clearly note that...

  15. In opposition to this idea,

  16. In relation to this topic,

  17. Looking at all aspects of this topic,

  18. Needless to say,

  19. Notably, it is possible to state,

  20. On the one hand,

  21. On the other hand,

  22. Reviewing this situation,

  23. Taking this into account,

  24. Taking all these things into consideration,

  25. What is apparent,

  26. When one considers this issue,

Advanced Vocabulary For IELTS Writing Sentences

Advanced Vocabulary For Starting IELTS Writing Sentences

 

 

Try not to start any sentences with basic words, such as “a”, “an”, “the” or “I”. Rather, try to make them as complex as possible (as well as the rest of the sentence) to impress the examiner.


For instance, instead of having a sentence like:

 

“The main thing that I would like to consider in this essay is the effect of technology.”,

 

it can be changed to:

 

“Actually, the main thing that I would like to consider in this essay is the effect of technology.”.

 

And this can be further updated to:

 

“Actually, specifically, the key feature that I want to focus on in this analysis, is the outcome that can be considered from advanced technology.

 

Some Advanced IELTS Writing Expressions That You Could Start Sentences With

 

 

Adding1

  1. Additionally, it is possible to say that...

Agree2

  1. Agreeing with this issue, I can say that...

  2. Undoubtedly, it is correct to say that...

Comparing3

  1. Contrastingly, it can be considered that...
  2. Comparisions can also be drawn with...

Concluding (not necessarily just the conclusion for each)4

  1. Considering all aspects of this topic,

  2. Having considered all the issues,

  3. Looking at all aspects of this topic,

  4. Reviewing this situation,

  5. Taking all these things into consideration,

Connecting5

  1. Relating to this issue, it is possible to claim that...
  2. Correlating with this idea, it is evident that...

Considering6

  1. When one considers this issue,

  2. Thinking about this topic, it is clear that...

Disagree7

  1. Opposing this idea, it is possible to say that...
  2. Rejecting this idea, I think that...

Highlighting8

  1. Focussing on the salient aspects of this issue,

  2. Highlighting this key feature, I would also like to point out that...

Stating9

  1. Apparently, the data infers that...

  2. Looking from the one perspective,

  3. Indbutiably, it can be considered that...
  4. Needless to say,
  5. Notably, it is possible to state that, 
  6. Undoubtedly, it can be said that...