I hope you found this “consensual or not” essay of the IELTS lesson useful. The other type of essay, which students confuse with discussion essays, are the pros and cons of the essays. For these, the instruction will contain only one view, and the question is generally written as indicated in this question. You can`t ignore part of the test issue. The fact that you are presented is that supermarkets are developing and closing local shows. That`s the basis of your essay. The opinion you are addressing is: “Do you think this is the death of local communities?” So if you think supermarkets are good for local communities- is it a good thing that local stores close? You need to address the problem or the problems with the issue. In an IELTS test, it is important to be able to say the same things in different ways, either by paraphrasing and/or using synonyms. During the planning phase, quickly note some synonyms for keywords that you can use to store that you need to stop and think about the right language while you write.
You can start almost every last paragraph of an IELTS discussion essay by saying that when you get to the writing component of the IELTS review test, the clock runs and the print is on. You have about 40 minutes to determine the key question, think about your answer, find relevant examples, and then write the essay. They are 100% the same try – nothing different at all. Thanks for the free lessons. Can I partially agree with the essay and contradict it, even if I am not asked, “How much do you agree?”. That`s good advice. Return and read the introduction to the trial, as it is also a summary of the trial. It describes what you`re going to write.
Hey, Liz. I would like to clarify my doubts about this type of test. There is a test issue in your website that concerns the rapid expansion of supermarkets, which is why local stores are closing, and some people think that this is causing the death of local communities. Hey, Liz! I`m going to do an IELTS test next week, but I`m still puzzled about the test that doesn`t agree. We must now write our support paragraphs for our consensual essay or not: after deciding whether you agree or disagree and have generated your points of support, it`s time to start writing your essay. Note: you don`t need to use this structure and other structures can give you a high score. However, this structure has been approved by IELTS reviewers as a structure that allows you to write a clear and cohesive essay.