IELTS Essay Topics With Answers (writing Task 2) - Video Dailymotion
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25% of your marks come from vocabulary and this is directly linked to IELTS essay topics. One of the main ways the examiner will judge your vocabulary is something called ‘topic specific vocabulary’. The idea is that someone with a wide ranging vocabulary should be able to talk about any of the common essay topics easily using words that are specific to that topic.
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Despite this, you will obviously be more confident and be able to think of ideas more quickly if you are familiar with the common topics. Below I will show you how you can use the common IELTS essay topics to learn about the general topics and improve your English at the same time.
In both the Academic and General IELTS Writing sections, you need to write an essay of at least 250 words. This means that your essay will be about 4-5 paragraphs long. Below are several sample IELTS essay topics, organized under eight broad categories. You should plan to write at least one essay from each category to gain some experience in handling various types of subjects. Ideally, you should write several such essays so you can do so effectively and within 40 minutes. IELTS essay topics often repeat. While preparing for the test, practice writing essays on topics asked in recent IELTS exams. If you are really lucky, you could be given one of these topics during your actual exam.