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Ideas for IELTS Topics Ideas, Opinions and Vocabulary for IELTS Writing Task 2 Band 6.5 to 9 Ideas, Opinions and Vocabulary for IELTS Writing Task 2 Ideas, Opinions and Vocabulary for IELTS Writing Task 2
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Who is this book for? Many students have no ideas or opinions about IETLS writing topics. Even if your grammar is perfect, you will not get a high IELTS score if you do not know what to write. This book is for students who want to go into the writing exam feeling confident that they have excellent ideas, opinions and vocabulary for as many topics as possible How do you get an IELTS score of 7 or higher? The key to a high score is not grammar, it is not your use of words like "moreover" or "in addition", and it is not your use of phrases like "this is controversial issue nowadays". To get a high score you need to use good "topic language" (words and phrases that are related to the question topic). You need good ideas in order to answer the question well. How should you prepare for IELTS writing task 2? There is an enormous amount of advice on my website http://ielts-simon.com. Here is a summary of what I suggest:-Spend more time preparing than testing When you test yourself, you find out what your level is, but you do not learn anything new. You will not improve if you only write test essays. Before writing an essay, study the topic and prepare your ideas, opinions and vocabulary.-Steal my ideas If you only use the vocabulary that you already know, you will not learn anything new, and you will not improve. Practise linking my topic ideas together to write "perfect essays". See the website for examples of how to do this.-Use this book together with the website The website ielts-simon.com contains lessons and videos that show you how to use the ideas from this book. You can speak to me there if you have any questions. Ideas for IELTS topics
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writing task 1
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For the candidates who intend to prepare for IELTS, here is a simplified discussion regarding the aspects of IELTS Essay writing.
This documents provides a useful lexical resource as well as a range of diverse ideas for IELTS speaking and writing skills based upon BBC 6 Minute English podcasts. Please visit the following page for more information: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/350399658_BEST_OF_BBC_6_MINUTE_ENGLISH_FOR_IELTS
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Research indicates that the characteristics we are born have much more influence on our personality and development than any experiences we may have in our life. Which do you consider to be the major influence? To what extent will migration from the developing world to the developed world become a social and political issue in the 21st century? In a recent survey conducted in this country, it was found that up to 20% of twelve year-olds in some schools were showing early signs of nicotine addiction. In the eighteen to twenty year age bracket the percentage was as high as 70%. A large contributing factor to this high level of addiction is attributed to the uncensored TV advertising of cigarettes. For this reason all cigarette advertising should be banned. Most countries offer two education systems from which parents can select the form of schooling which most suits their own child. Compare and contrast state-run and privately-owned schools in your own country or in a foreign country. Wealthy people throw things that they do not need. Discuss and give your opinion. Popular events like the football World Cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing international tensions and releasing patriotic emotions in a safe way. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
IELTS writing Task1
How much should I write? You should write more than 150 words. Although there is no upper word limit, consider writing around 170-190 words, and not write too much irrelevant information. This way, you can show off your range of vocabulary and Grammar without sacrificing the quality of your writing. You will not get a good score if you write under the word counts. You will not get more than band score 5 if you answer only half of the question. Make sure you understand the question and manage your time to write according to the safe word count.
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Globalisation is a catch-all term that refers to any activity that involves more than one country, for example, travels from one country to another. The dramatic increase in transnational travel in recent years has sparked controversy over the potential impacts of this trend on individual countries, especially those new member states of globalisation. Some people are concerned that the upsurge in new arrivals will prompt local hostility against visitors, instead of promoting their understanding on mutual cultural background. This notion should be rejected as one can see many facts in favour of this development between countries. The first reason why international travels would never bring conflict is rooted in the fact that both visitors and locals are economically motivated. International travel opens up opportunities for business development throughout the world. Entrepreneurs are interested not only in the domestic market but also in the overseas market. Foreigners should learn the culture of a country before winning over the local people. In turn, locals should show their hospitality to visitors in exchange for their trust. They share a view that acceptance of each other's cultural background is a necessary condition for cooperation. Understanding a culture has other implications. Differences in social background, cultural values and religious belief might make the discrepancy of foreigners and local inhabitants on some issues indelible; however, the higher interaction, the higher level of communication and understanding. Arabians, for example, used to consider westerners as their foes. Now they have concrete relations with their western allies in many fields. In the initial stage, their divergence seemed inherent but over time, with better mutual understanding, they take the same position on many issues. Undeniably, it is likely that in some resorts, foreign visitors repel the local community with their scant regard for the local environment and conventions when they first arrive. However, it should be noted that most offense is accidental, rather than intentional. Instead, visitors disobey rules and conventions simply because they have no knowledge of them. This situation is expected to be improved with the passing of time when visitors from different countries increase their knowledge of a local culture. According to the above analysis, we can observe that the increase in the international travel should not be taken as the cause of any conflict that arises between two countries. Alternatively, one should recognise its role in improving mutual understanding between two countries. 1. catch-all = all-embracing 2. hostility = enmity = resentment 3. rooted in = derived from = based on 4. entrepreneur = tycoon = mogul = industrialist 5. discrepancy = disagreement = difference = divergence 6. foe = enemy = rival www.booksknot.com
This module intends to help course participants to revise and analyse the features and structures of a paragraph and to write cohesive and coherent paragraphs.
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