Hi Liz ,
Thank you for the lessons. I am preparing General module. Can I write relavent proverbs in the essays and can I use the proverbs in speaking section too.
All have the same contents in the introduction. It’s a short essay and the introduction only serves to introduce the essay question and give the main points or main answer.
as you said that essay introduction has two points which are backgroung and thesis, are all essay type , such as advantage disadvantage, opinion, problem solution etc. , have same same structure of introduction?
Thank you very much, Liz. I appreciate your response and valuable time.
I am inspired from you, you are great. I quickly learning Writing tasks because of your blog.
Given that, I would rewrite the introduction this way:
I recently watched your video about essay (academic), in the video you discussed that the hook in not important to write it (As IELTS examiners never looking for interesting or idea to catch attention of readers), but I am bit confused as some IELTS experts recommend that writing the hook is very important. What to do if either write or not?
The average length of an introduction is one half a page.
Then, I came up with this introduction, “People perceived that the government is allocating financial support in the field of arts which is not worthy. Furthermore, the society feels that the government is nonchalant in terms of public service. Nevertheless, I would say that the government gives me an optimistic point of view for demonstrating their tenacity for nourishing arts, as similar to music, theatre and paintings”.
The introduction to an essay has three primary objectives:
Hi teacher Liz, regarding to the essay type of question which is similar to the sample given “to what extent do you agree?”After I paraphrase for the background statement, can I have a disagree thesis statement directly and site different examples that support my disagree statement? I have read this sample question that I think is hard for me to agree, and it’s like I can only come up with a balanced opinion for it in my conclusion part and not to agree.
You want to write an essay introduction that says, “READ ME!” To learn how to write an essay introduction in 3 easy steps, keep reading!In the writing task 2 introduction paragraph, after paraphrasing and the thesis statement, should I state what I am going to write about in the body paragraphs. For example, “This essay will discuss xxx and xxx”.
How to Write an Essay Introduction in 3 Easy Steps - KibinThanks for your videos and the excellent explanations. I watched this video twice and i have a question with the backround statement part, which said “…method in developing and improving health” at the 1st time of the writing, then when you wrote the entire introduction part it says “…method to developing…”. Firstly, what is the rule for using to + verb. ing tense? Im really not familliar with that use, and do the two versions have the same meaning?
Six Parts: Writing Your Essay Revising Your Essay Writing a Persuasive Essay Writing an ..Dear Liz,
U have given an intro example for do u agree or disagree. How to start an intro para for cause and effect and cause and solution if asked. Is it the same for all ielts essays.
Aug 23, 2017 · wiki How to Write an EssaySee my advanced lessons for writing task 2: and for reading review my tips and strategies on the reading page. Also, when you do IELTS reading practice, make a list of all paraphrases used and a list of traps and mistakes you have made. Without that list, you will struggle to improve.
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How to Write an Essay (with Pictures) - wikiHowAlways aim for accuracy in your writing “corpulent” is not an appropriate word to use. The thesis statement should introduction the causes and just mention that there are solutions but not state them.