Step by step instructions to Structure Your IELTS Task 2 Essay


Engaging the essay part of the IELTS test can from the start appear to be an overwhelming undertaking. In any case, by utilizing a solid essay structure, an understudy can feel certain that regardless essay question they are given they have the devices to react successfully. In this short article, I will show how to appropriately structure your IELTS essay to boost your blemish on the assessment.

To start with, let's rapidly audit the implications of the words 'sentence', 'paragraph' and 'essay'. In exceptionally essential terms, a sentence is a gathering of words, a passage is a gathering of sentences and a essay is a gathering of sections. IELTS papers ordinarily utilize 4 passages and each of thee sections regularly utilize 4 sentences each. So immediately, we realize that our essay reaction will have 15 or 16 sentences in it, each sentence playing out its own activity with the aggregate objective of supporting the focal contention of the essay.

Let's investigate a compelling essay structure and the different sentence types that make it up:

Introduction section
– A sentence giving some broad foundation data on the essay subject.
– A nitty gritty foundation data sentence narrowing the essay subject towards the proposal.
– The 'thesis', which goes about as the writer's explanation of contention.
– A framework sentence that presents 2 wide focuses on the side of the theory. These focuses are to be talked about in the coming 2 sections.

Supporting passage 1
– A subject sentence outlining the principal point given on the side of the proposition.
– A model that shows the subject in real life.
– A conversation sentence that shows how the model connects to the subject of this passage.
– An end sentence that shows how this entire section interfaces back to the author's proposal.

Supporting passage 2
– A theme sentence representing the main point given on the side of the theory.
– A model that shows the point in real life.
– A conversation sentence that shows how the model connects to the subject of this section.
– An end sentence that shows how this entire section interfaces back to the author's postulation.

Concluding passage
– A sentence that sums up the 2 focuses talked about in the supporting sections.
– A sentence that rehashes the proposal in various words.
– A last sentence that present either a forecast or a proposal dependent on the subject of the essay.

The above structure is powerful for various reasons. For one, it presents the writer's contention right off the bat and follows this with a blueprint sentence, which gives a 'road map' of sorts for the remainder of the essay. In doing this, the peruser can obviously observe the bearing the essay is going even before the main supporting point is made. A second explanation this structure demonstrates powerful is that it reliably alludes itself back to its proposal (if you don’t mind see the last sentence in every one of the supporting sections) and this guarantees all focuses given by the understudy are working on the side of the essay's in general objective . At long last, the essay gets done with a finishing up section that reflects the presentation, giving the essay a feeling of coherence all through.

By following a structure this way, an understudy of even moderate syntactic capacities can create a composed piece where all sentences work durably together, giving the whole work a feeling of solidarity. This solidarity goes far to help persuade the peruser to concur with the contention introduced in the postulation and this implies a greatly improved possibility of scoring admirably on the IELTS assessment.

by Ryan Higgins