Ideas for IELTSCandidates often worry about not having any ideas for IELTS essay topics.
This gives you some advise on how to generate ideas.
Identifying the Task This IELTS practice will help you identify the task of an essay question.
The most important thing to make sure you answer the question.
Note that these are paraphrased - you must not copy from the rubric!
The second part then clearly sets out the what the essay will be about and confirms the writers opinion (some questions may not ask for your opinion, but this one does).However, while these technological advances have brought many benefits to the world, it can be argued that these developments in IT will result in more negative impacts than positive.As you can see, the first sentence makes sure it refers to the topic (IT) and uses facts about IT taken from the question.In this introductory lesson you will find some guidance on how you should write an IELTS essay.There are then more lessons on the following pages for different types of essay and different questions, with lots of tips and strategies for achieving a high score.You should keep your introduction for the IELTS essay short.Remember you only have 40 minutes to write the essay, and some of this time needs to be spent planning.Problem Solution Essays Learn how to write a problem solution essay for the IELTS test - a quick method that will produce a well-organized answer.IELTS Opinion Essays Get an overview of the various types of essay that ask for your opinion in the test.Paragraph Writing Band 7 Transitional Phrases for Essays Learn about useful phrases that can be used to improve the sophistication of your writing in argumentative essays.How to Score IELTS Band 8This lesson tell you more about how the scoring works for band 8 writing and how long it can take you to get a band 8.