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How To Make Ideas For The IELTS Task 2 Essay?How To Make Ideas For The IELTS Task 2 Essay?

 

1. First of all make synonmys of the key essay vocabulary, such as nouns / verbs etc..

2. Be clear what the question is asking. For instance, if it is saying the advantages and disadvantages of computers, then try to give a balanced opinion covering both opinions.

3. Think of how it needs to be answered.

4. For example, if you have a question about the pros and cons of cars, then think for a short time about what are some obvious positives and negatives.

5. For example, if you have a question like: "What are the pros and cons of car usage in the world today?", then you could make 2 pros and 2 cons.

6. For instance, you could say that the pros are easy access and assistance for carrying goods. Then the cons could be pollution and car crashes.

7. Then for your answer, you can write an intro, then in the second paragraph talk about the 2 pros and some examples. For instance,  for the introduction, you could write:

"Regarding the positive aspects of car usage, we can note that a key aspect is for ease of travel. An illustration of that, is when people need to travel to their job in the early morning. Moreover, it is apparent that cars allow one to transport many more things than other options. This can be demonstrated by how a car could travel with a large amount of shopping, as compared to walking."

8. The third paragraph could be the two cons and two examples and in the final conclusion, you would summarise what has been said and state your opinion and talk about the future.

9. Thinking of data to write about may be very simple - in fact a school child could often easily have an opinion on what is good and bad about using cars.

10. To my mind, I think that it is not so much what ideas you say, as opposed to how you say it. You can have simple ideas and say them in an advanced and complex way and try to pass on that basis.

How To Make Ideas For The IELTS Task 2 Essay?How To Make Ideas For The IELTS Task 2 Essay?

 

  

 

1. First of all make synonyms of the key essay vocabulary, such as nouns / verbs etc..

2. Be clear what the question is asking. For example, if it is saying the advantages and disadvantages of computers, then try to give a balanced opinion covering both opinions.

3. Think of how it needs to be answered.

4. For example, if you have a question about the pros and cons of cars, then think for a short time about what are some obvious positives and negatives.

5. For example, if you have a question like: "What are the pros and cons of car usage in the world today?", then you could make 2 plusses and 2 negatives.

6. For instance, you could say that the advantages are easy access and assistance for carrying goods. Then the negatives could be pollution and car crashes.

7. Then for your answer, you can write an intro, then in the second paragraph talk about the 2 advantages and some examples. For example,  for the positives, you could write:

"Regarding the positive aspects of car usage, we can note that a key aspect is ease of travel. Clearly, an illustration of that  is when people need to travel to their job in the early morning and this commute is made more efficient. Moreover, it is apparent that cars allow one to transport many more things than other options. Illustrating this, a car could travel with a large amount of shopping, as compared to walking."

8. The third paragraph could be the two negatives and two examples and in the final conclusion, you would summarise what has been said and state your opinion and talk about the future.

9. Thinking of data to write about may be very simple - in fact a school child could often easily have an opinion on what is good and bad about using cars.

10. To my mind, I think that it is not so much what ideas you say, as opposed to how you say it. You can have reasonable ideas and say them in an advanced and complex way and try to pass on that basis.