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How to Prepare an IELTS Writing Task 2 – Part 2

How to Prepare an IELTS Writing Task 2 – Part 2

IELTS stands for international English language testing system and it consists of four components, which are, writing, listening, reading and speaking. As I have mentioned before, there are two types of writing segment in IELTS that are called Task 1 and Task 2. I have actually written back-to-back articles for Task 2, so this particular one is actually the subsequent closing part. 

Introduction is the first paragraph where participants will be required to make an opening about the required writing of Task 2. This introduction segment consists of common things which may or may not be related to the topic, getting into the topic by connecting the sentences between the topic and the common things, participant’s two statements about their opinion and belief of the topic itself. Last but not least, connecting the sentence to the next paragraph by writing how participants can elaborate or justify their statement.

Body is the particular segment which consists of two paragraphs and they are Body 1 and Body 2. They consist of main topics which are based on the opinion section, supporting ideas to emphasize the topics, examples in style of story-writing and finally two different closing statements for two different bodies. When the participant makes two statements in the opinion section, it is essential to comprehend that those two statements are actually the topic embodiments of Body 1 and Body 2. The statements in the opinion section need to be different in purpose of giving the Task 2 writing, two different topics. 

The final paragraph of Task 2 writing is called conclusion. I consider this segment to be a bit more special than the other three because conclusion is not only the closing paragraph where participants must write an ending but also the paragraph where they are required to conclude the two main ideas which are based on Body 1 and Body 2, in an unlikely approach, meaning the participants are to use different words that have similar meanings.


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