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How I Write An IELTS Task 2 Agree/Disagree Essay

  

 

 Keyboard Controls: click on top of audio player first to activate it = 1. "space" = play/pause / 2.  "up" = next question / 3. "down" = previous question".

 

***IELTS SAY DO NOT USE A TEMPLATE - THEREFORE, DO NOT COPY DIRECTLY IN YOUR EXAM - TRY TO CHANGE THE STRUCTURE / VOCABULARY  AS IS PRACTICAL AND "MAKE IT YOUR OWN"***

 

Synonyms1

Spend a few minutes making synonmys for all the key essay question vocabulary

Paragraphing2

Use 4 paragraphs and make each paragraph 4 sentences

Complexity3

Make the first word of each sectence complex.

1st paragraph =4

a. Introduce topic.

b. Intro agree.

c. Intro disagree.

d. Say important.

2nd paragraph =5

e. Statement 1 agree.

f. Example 1 agree.

g. Statement 2 agree.

h. Example 2 agree.

3rd paragraph = 6

i. Statement 1 disagree.

j. Example 1 disagree.

k. Statement 2 disagree.

l. Example 2 disagree.

4th paragraph =7

m. Concluding sentence.

n. Summary paragraph 2.

o. Summary paragraph 3.

p. My opinion and talking about the future.

Guide8

Key words for each/most essays are highlighted.

Example IELTS Task 2 Agree/Disagree EssayExample IELTS Task 2 Agree/Disagree Essay

  

 

"Young people these days depend too much on technology - to what extent do you agree or disagree?"

 

aRegarding the issue of youngsters depending on technology too much, this can be seen from two perspectivesbLooking from the one side, it is evident that many are using computing hardware too much and losing key abilities. cContrastingly, it is equally apparent that all instructors should look towards the future. dClearly, in our ever-changing society, this is a key issue for our times, which is often in people's minds.
eInitially, from the one direction we can note that sometimes technology is overly used in a classroom and therefore the pupils are not learning about the “abc” of education. fIllustrating this, it can perhaps be seen how they may not properly understand the relevance of traditional libraries, during their study. gMoreover, it is also evident that using a pen or pencil to write, is a valued traditional skill. hDemonstrating this, it is the case, that in some schools students might write a minimal amount and less importance is placed on it.
iHowever, from the other direction, it is clear that in a global workplace, all students must keep up-to-date. jShowing this, some Africans may not have enough technology at school and thus not be able to compete properly, whether they want to or not. kFurthermore, we can note that through computing devices, it is possible to learn many new things. lDisplaying this possibility, for the internet people can learn things in a very short time, since knowledge can be transmitted quickly through it..
mSumming up, It is apparent that this topic is multifaceted.nClearly from the one point of view, we should all be wary of overusing good things and ignoring other areas. oMeanwhile from the other point of view, evidently all should work hard to learn as much as possible, whatever is the method. pConcerning my opinion, I think that there should be a balance and in future, no doubt this issue will continue to be of global relevance.