IELTS Writing - An Introduction

IELTS has writing task one and two which amounts to total of one hour of the whole IELTS exam. Both the tasks have different question such as task 1 having graphical representation and task 2 an essay, where the latter carries more weightage. Therefore the introduction of the task 2 essay should be written clearly and well organized furthermore rich in vocabulary. Candidate should write three sentences alone for task 2 essay, it can be either general or academic, but should follow the same rule. First sentence should reflect the question but it should be paraphrased and not follow the same sentence structure as in the question, secondly the words should not be the same from the question, different vocabulary could be opted but the meaning and content of the question should not same.
The second sentence should be your opinion if it has been questioned in the essay; therefore the candidate should answer it straight without being ambiguous. It is because the examiner will know which point you will stick to throughout the essay. Finally the third sentence should have the structure of your body part of the essay, so that the examiner will know what to expect from the body part one and two of the essay. Check for spelling errors and any other grammatical error before proceeding to the body part of the essay. Candidates in order to get well trained for the above, can attend the coaching classes conducted at Prestige institute for understanding more about the introduction part of writing task two.


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