IELTS Writing Task 2
Essay writing is a skill that even native speakers find difficult. We must learn how to brainstorm and plan our arguments with relevant supporting ideas, use linking words and phrases to make those ideas flow, and paragraph our answer correctly so that the essay is easy to read.
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This is what an IELTS Task 2 essay question may look like.
Students shouldn’t study art and music in school because these subjects are a waste of time and resources. It is better if they learn subjects that are more practical.
To what extent do you agree?
We must write an answer in 40 minutes and reach a word count of at least 250 words. For general essay writing tips and a quiz, follow this lesson:
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