An ideal pattern for IELTS essay writing✍✍

An ideal pattern for IELTS essay writing

Many students get confused how they are supposed to write an effective essay to score a high band in writing task 2. Here are some tips to improve your writing skills as well as to be familiar with the pattern of IELTS writing exam. An ideal essay should contain all the required information asked in the question topic. IELTS Essay must be at least 250 words.

1) Introduction

An ideal introduction should have only 3 to 4 sentences. Many students make mistake in the introduction and they start discussing about the whole idea of essay in the introduction part. In this paragraph, we generally try to give the introduction of the topic and our inputs about the topic that we will be discussing in the body paragraph. You can follow the below steps for writing an introduction.

1st Statement: A general statement about the question

2nd Statement: Rewrite the question in your own language.

3rd Statement: Thesis statement

2) Body Paragraph

A body paragraph can have two or three separate paragraphs as per the content. One has to keep in mind that for one idea we make one paragraph. An ideal discussion should concentrate on one idea thoroughly and for another idea there should be a separate paragraph.

For example, if we are discussing the pros and cons of Computers, all the benefits should be in one part of the body paragraph and drawbacks should be in another paragraph.

3) Conclusion

In the conclusion part of the essay, we just give the overall idea of our writing by summarizing the main points. We preferably do not require to write more than 3 to 4 sentences. Avoid using any new additional point or example. Essay tips find here..

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Don’t Be A Waste Of Space # Idioms For IELTS

If you have got the life, try hard to not be a waste of space. Go on, read more and learn some of the most interesting idioms.

WASTE OF SPACE
SENTENCE-: sometimes the people we consider waste of space are the ones who are the most talented.
MEANING-: someone perceived as useless or incompetent.
WATCH THE TIME
SENTENCE-: watch the time while playing, you surely don’t want to be late, right?
MEANING-: ensure that you are aware of the time
WATCH THE WORLD GO BY
SENTENCE-: stop watching the world go by and start doing something for yourself.
MEANING-: spend time observing other people going about their business
WATCH YOUR BACK
SENTENCE-: Watch your back, you are now the candidate of A party.
MEANING-: protect yourself against danger, usually from someone unexpected off.
THE WATCHES OF NIGHT
SENTENCE-: The watches of night have become quite disastrous for me these days, because of the murder I saw that day.
MEANING-: the time of the night when you cannot sleep.
LIKE WATER
SENTENCE-: Indian people spend money in marriages like water.
MEANING-: in great quantities
OF THE FIRST WATER
SENTENCE-: Milkha Singh is of the first water.
MEANING-: extreme or unsurpassed kind
WATER UNDER THE BRIDGE
SENTENCE-: Stop focusing on the water under the bridge, there are other matters that need your attention.
MEANING-: used to refer to situations or events that happened in past and are no longer of any importance.
MAKE WAVES
SENTENCE-: Narendra Modi has surely made waves in the past one year.
MEANING-: create a significant impression
WAX AND WANE
SENTENCE-: The economic condition of our country has undergone many wax and wanes before settling to something this constant.
MEANING-: undergo alternate ups and downs

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Phrases Related To “Walk”

Do you think, you can walk the chalk? By the way have you wondered how is your walk of life? If not, You need to wake up and smell the coffee. Understood a word?? Well, if not, read more and find out the real meaning of these idioms.

WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE
SENTENCE-: There is a fine line between being optimistic and being blind. You need to wake up and smell the coffee.
MEANING-: Become aware of the realities of a situation, however unpleasant
BE A WAKE UP
SENTENCE-: The crime rates in our country will lower down if the watchmen became wake up,
MEANING-: Be fully alert or aware
WALK ALL OVER
SENTENCE-: You need to be really smart otherwise people will walk all over you.
MEANING-: Defeat easily or take advantage
WALK BEFORE YOU CAN RUN
SENTENCE-: How can you write a book if you don’t even know how to write an essay properly!! Remember you need to walk before your run.
MEANING-: Grasp the basic skills before attempting something more difficult.
WALK THE CHALK
SENTENCE-: You don’t become sober by saying, you need to walk the chalk.
MEANING-: have your sobriety tested
WALK SOMEONE OFF THEIR FEET
SENTENCE-: Often boxers win the fight by first walking their opponents off their feet and then beating them with correct moves.
MEANING-: To exhaust a person by walking
WALK OF LIFE
SENTENCE-: The harder you work, the better is your walk of life.
MEANING-: The position within the society that a person holds or the group he/she belongs because of the job or the work they do.
WALK ON EGGS
SENTENCE-: The Prime Minister is always walking on eggs.
MEANING-: To be extremely cautious about your actions or words.
WALK SPANISH
SENTENCE-: Walking is such a good habit that even if you walk Spanish, I would consider it good
MEANING-: Made to walk under compulsion.
WALK YOUR TALK
SENTENCE-: A country will grow only if the government walks the talk.
MEANING-: Your actions suit your words.

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Are You Loaded For Bear ?

You need not to simply prepare for IELTS, you need to be answer,”are you loaded for bear”. What do I mean? Read more and find the answers.

A beam in your eye
Sentence-: before questioning someone, be sure you don’t have a beam in your eye.
Meaning-: a fault that is greater in yourself than in the person you are finding fault with.
Off beam
Sentence-: it really takes a strong support system to bring you back when you are off beam.
Meaning-: on the wrong track
Loaded for bear
Sentence-: you must be loaded for bear before you give your IELTS exam.
Meaning-: fully prepared for any eventuality, typically a confrontation or challenge
Beard the lion in his den
Sentence-: it is easy to win with a cat, what makes the difference is whether you beard the lion in his den.
Meaning-: confront or challenge someone on their own ground
Like a bear with a sore head
Sentence-: my brother is like a bear with a sore head
Meaning-: very irritable.
Curiosity Killed The Cat
Sentence-: It is good to be patient because sometimes even curiosity can kill the cat.
Meaning-: being too inquisitive led to an unpleasant situation
Cut Corners
Sentence-: I want you to save some money for darker times but I don’t want you to cut corners.
Meaning-: to do something badly in order to save money
Devil’s Advocate
Sentence-: The way he speaks and argues, it looks like he is devil’s advocate.
Meaning-: to counter someone’s argument
Don’t put all your eggs in one basket
Sentence-: It is good to take risks but it is stupid to put all the eggs in one basket.
Meaning-: Don’t put all your resources in one possibility
Drastic times call for drastic measures
Sentence-: If you want to get a band 9 in IELTS remember, drastic times call for drastic actions.
Meaning-: if you are extremely desperate to achieve something you need to put in drastic actions

So go on, be loaded for bear and then beard the lion in his den.

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