Let's talk about what you do. Do you work or are you a student? - What's your job? Why did you choose that kind of work? - How long have you been doing it?

I think the music is one of the most amazing parts of life Accommodation: - Where do you live? - How long have you lived there? - What kind of accommodation would you like? Leisure Activities: - What do you do at your leisure time? - Do you have a special hobby? - Why do you think people should have hobbies? Daily Routine: - I'd like to talk about your daily routine. - Are all your days the same? - What would you like to change? - What is the balance of work/study? Food: Moving on to Food, let's talk about food… - What kind of food do you like? - What
typical foods in your country? - Is cooking a man's or woman's job? - How do you like foreign food? Part 2: Individual Long Turn (Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card) Now I'm going to give you a topic and I'd like you to talk about it for one or two minutes. Before you talk, you will have one minute to think about what you will say. You can make some notes. Here is a paper and pencil for you to make some notes if you wish, and here is your topic. 1. Describe something you own, which is very important to you. You should say:

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Fully explain your ideas

To get an excellent score in the IELTS Task 2 writing section, one of the easiest and most effective tips is structuring your writing in the most solid format. A great argument essay structure may be divided to four paragraphs, in which comprises of four sentences (excluding the conclusion paragraph, which comprises of three sentences).

For we to consider an essay structure a great one, it should be looking like this:

  • Paragraph 1 - Introduction
    • Sentence 1 - Background statement
    • Sentence 2 - Detailed background statement
    • Sentence 3 - Thesis
    • Sentence 4 - Outline sentence
  • Paragraph 2 - First supporting paragraph
    • Sentence 1 - Topic sentence
    • Sentence 2 - Example
    • Sentence 3 - Discussion
    • Sentence 4 - Conclusion
  • Paragraph 3 - Second supporting paragraph
    • Sentence 1 - Topic sentence
    • Sentence 2 - Example
    • Sentence 3 - Discussion
    • Sentence 4 - Conclusion
  • Paragraph 4 - Conclusion
    • Sentence 1 - Summary
    • Sentence 2 - Restatement of thesis
    • Sentence 3 - Prediction or recommendation

Our recommended essay structure above comprises of fifteen (15) sentences, which will make your essay approximately 250 to 275 words.

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