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Periodically we post sample writings from our students, especially those with outstanding write-ups for your preparations towards achieving a high band score in the IELTS writing test. Below is IELTS 2023 Academic Sample Writing Task 2 by Divine Edoghor.
Sample IELTS Academic Writing Task 2
Children are generally more successful in foreign language studies than adults. Thus, it is better to learn languages in childhood.
Do you agree or disagree?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
Sample Response to IELTS Academic Writing Task 2 Written by Divine Edoghor
Language is one of the oldest means of communications between humans-humans, and humans – animals. According to information in the public domain, children learn languages quicker and with more ease when compared to adults. Therefore saying, that children are more successful in the study of international languages than adults may not be a total deviation from the reality. Accordingly, I agree that children are generally more successful in learning various languages than the adults and in this essay I will provide well thought-out supporting details for this position I have taken.
Firstly, I will emphasis on the fact that children are the ones who still attend school, whether it be primary, secondary or tertiary institution. They go to school and will still be used to the learning environment but the same cannot be said about the adults. Most adults merely have the time after graduating from so many years of studying at school and now trying to be financially stable to sit down and pay attention to learn a foreign language. For instance, a child who goes to school daily and is willing to learn compared to a father who works daily in order earn a living not just for him but his family as well, the child would definitely find it easy to learn a new or foreign language within a shorter time and be very successful compared to the father who has more interest in providing for his family.
Furthermore, Children are generally very inquisitive beings unlike most adults who focus mainly on money, partying, and especially after graduating which most are eager to do. Their minds are open to new learning environment. Most children around the world definitely are interested in learning foreign languages like French, Spanish and even German. Most of these are even taught in schools and are usually needed to get admitted into some foreign schools. Adults with the mindset that they do not need to learn a foreign language would be less interested and very reluctant to learn something new. They (adults) would deem it unimportant.
In conclusion, Children would be more successful learning foreign languages due to their opportunity to still attend school rather than most adults who don’t. Moreover, children have less responsibilities than adults.
Animals, according to physical science are lower in intelligence and mental excellence when compare to humans. The growing concern by some nations of the world and meaningful individuals that animals should not be use wrongly but accorded the same rights as humans while others are of the contrary view; emphasizing that humans must continue to employ animals for the gratifications of their desires is becoming a global burden. This essay seeks to look at the merits of each and both views mentioned above independently and emphasis which is more laudable.
Firstly, there is a group of people that believes that animals should not be exploited but that animals should have the same rights as humans. Interestingly, the word in consideration here is “exploit” which symbolizes the unlawful use or engagement of animals by humans. It is in the public domain that several countries of the world already have laws enacted to mitigate illegal use of animals and to ensure proper involvement of animals in all aspect of human life. Take for instance, there are dogs specifically meant for hunting, security work and there are others meant to be used as pets; it is should be noted here that dogs meant for hunting is not allowed by some countries to be used as pet this is viewed as violating their rights. Similarly, there are places where animals meant for food are slaughtered and not just randomly killed in public places. Therefore, these polices are meant actually to give some rights similar to that of humans to these animals. It is explicitly clear that as time progresses these rights, policies and laws concerning the “rights” of animals will become more encompassing and eventually become same as that of humans.
Again, there is another group of individuals that are of the views that humans must continuously employ animas to satisfy their various needs including food and research. The dominance of humans over animals is quite glaring and this is connected to their nature, level of intelligence, physiological and anatomical make up as against that of humans. As far back as history can remind us now; animals are seemly designed to serve the human race and the humans have wonderfully engaged these animals thus. Protein which is one of the major classes of food is predominantly gotten from animals, importantly therefore, people will progressively get their protein (food) satisfaction from these animals else they will become deficient in protein which will adversely affect their immune system or lead to several unwanted and life-threatening ailments. Medically, animals have been very helpful in research like in the case of Rhesus factor; a particular group of animals – “monkeys” to be precise were greatly instrumental in the Rhesus factor research work. Base on the evident-driven facts presented herein, it is validated that humans will continuously get their food from animals and gladly employs them for research work whenever the need arises.
In Conclusion, looking at the merits and demits of both views as expanded in this piece of writing, it is evidently clear and my unwavering opinion that man will excitedly linger on in the use of animals as both food and varying research work.
The International English Language Testing System – IELTS has four modules which are speaking test, listening test, reading test and the writing test. This piece of information seeks to expose to you what you need to have a high band in the IELTS Speaking Module hence, understanding IELTS Speaking Test.
Why the IELTS Speaking Test?
Perhaps the first and most important key to succeeding in the IELTS Speaking test is to understand the mind of the examiner for setting the questions in the IELTS Speaking Test.
The IELTS Speaking test is carefully structured to see how well you communicate fluently in Standard English Language. Your ability to flow naturally and unhindered while making logical sense as you speak will be well appreciated in the IELTS Speaking Test. Your construction of sentences, use of grammar, vocabulary and ability to express yourself, your ideas will be generally accessed and evaluated during the speaking test.
Parts of the IELTS Speaking Test
Understanding IELTS Speaking Test, IELTS speaking test is divided into three parts if you add the greeting session to it, then it becomes four parts. So the IELTS Speaking test is divided into the following parts
Part One – The part one is called Introduction and general questions
Part Two: Long Turn
Part Three: Analytical discussion
How Do I successfully Prepare for the IELTS Speaking Test?
This is one of the many questions in the heart of test takers, how to easily pass the ielts speaking test, in this write up we are going to give you access to timeless strategies for passing the IELTS Speaking Test. It is your duty to calm, extensively and thoroughly study them. At the end of the material I will drop a video link where you can watch our special tutorials on IELTS in general
Strategies for passing IELTS Speaking part One: Introduction and General Questions
Get ready to make good impression from this very beginning
Maintain eye contact with the examiner and be mindful of your body language
Ensure you answer the question head-on, i.e. focus on the question
Try to give your response in 2,3,4 sentences; not too long or too short responses
Your response can be negative or positive; but you will have to say why
Take into consideration the major components that should form your answer; see example below
Strategies for passing IELTS Speaking Part Two; Long Turn
Part two is the heart of the speaking test, much attention is necessary therefore to come out with good score, consider the following strategies
Ensure you understand the question and make helpful notes during the one minute given to you to prepare your response
Take note of key words from the topic questions and use their synonyms and related words while speaking / giving your response
Speaking passionately about the topic and ensure it is highly engaging while speaking- watch some of Barrack Obama speeches and others
Think of the most exciting statement to begin your speaking if possible
Stay focus on the Question and ensure all the bullets sub-questions are answered while speaking
Use as many as connecting words as possible e.g. for example, despite, furthermore, additionally, interestingly, because, however, but, for instance, next, in those days, now,
Use as many relevant Idioms as possible
If you are feeling exhausted while speaking then try to speak longer by (a) explaining again, a point you already made (b) peep into your note for possible idea (s) to speak on
Never stop speaking until the examiner stops you.
Strategies for Passing IELTS Speaking Part Three; Analytical Discussion
Use generalization rather than self-reference while speaking
Use key phrase from the topic to introduce your speech
Employ connecting words to link idea to idea while speaking
On question that borders on whether you agree or disagree, express your stand with confidence and justify them with relate examples, but take a stand!
Speak at length but stay on the topic; 5- 7 sentences will be fine
Remember to appreciate the examiner at the end of the speaking test; e.g. thank you so much for listening to me.
What You Should Know About IELTS Speaking Test Part One, Two and Three
IELTS Speaking Part one and Three takes the form of “Questions and answers”. The examiner asks the question and you simply answer them. But in Part two you will have to speak for 1-2 minutes without interruption and alone.
Again, Part one and Two has to do with your opinion and therefore you could use self-reference like; it is my opinion, I believe, I know etc. Whereas Part three is non-personal question type, it is abstract, complex and general-opinion question type. So in part three it is not advisable to do self-reference. You stick to what is generally accepted. In part three, while speaking or giving your response use world known, bodies like WHO, UN, USAid; Political Leaders like known presidents and many of such when giving information. For Example it is better to say “According to the recent reports by the World Health Organization, there is stability in the spread of Covid-19” rather than to say “I know that the spread of covid-19 is stable now”. The difference is WHO…..
Check below IELTS writing Task 2 sample question with answer carefully written and proof-read by Fhobs Solutions
Sample Question for ielts writing task 2
Do you think it is better for students to work before their university study? Why? Use reasons and specific examples to support your choice
It is of great importance in our current days and time that everyone should be educated, sadly in some countries especially developing nations some people are made to stay at home for a considerable period of time before finally gaining admission into higher institution of learning. Within this time, could it be a wise decision for students to be working while waiting for the entrance into school to be granted to them? In my view, it is a smart thing to do and in this essay I am going to employ some salient facts and well-structured explanations to support this opinion.
Firstly, it gives the students the opportunity to acquire social skills which obviously will be very useful and helpful while at school. Taking a lead from history line, there are uncountable numbers of people who actually sponsored and paid their ways through higher learning institutions. Interestingly, they were able to achieve this on the ticket of some of the skills they gained at some point in life especially during pre-schools periods. Additionally, working while waiting for the privilege to be enrolled into university will actually give you … skills and exposure that will be an asset to you while finally in school. For Instance, the famous blind Helen Keller who became a motivational speaker, orator, lecturer and a world influencer had to work before gaining entrance into school and even learnt how to play the musical keyboard to a professional level. Clearly then, it pays more to work before university study.
Again, it mitigates against possible and unconscious recruitment into some sort of social vices groups within the community. It is an age-long saying that “that an idle mind is the devil’s workshop” this illustrates, typifies and demonstrates with indisputable evidences in our various societies that when people most importantly youths and young adults are not meaningfully engaged they become subjected to easy negative influence. Most notoriously known people in our world today especially core kidnappers, killers and armed-robbers joined such gangs during a time in their lives when they felt not-doing-anything. Essentially therefore, when people not working while waiting for admission into school, they become easy prey for recruitment into unreasonable groups in the community where they live.
Conclusively, it makes logical sense that some school of thought might have the ideology that negates working before university study. However, it has been proven beyond all reasonable doubt from my points and explanations in this piece of writing that working before entry into higher institution of learning bags more gains than loss.
Kindly practice answering the IELTS Speaking Part Two sample Question below, you are to use the voice note of your WhatsApp to record your response and send to +2349037672796 through WhatsApp for our evaluation. Again, you to prepare your response within sixty seconds and give your response in two minutes. Additionally ensure you time yourself.
In this section you are given a cue card / task card which will contain the topic question and some bullets; see sample below
cue / Task Card
Describe a unique gift you have received from some one
Every Exam is deliberately planned and executed by the organizers of IELTS to meet specific test-demands. Hence there are usually structured topics made available by the same organizers of the test. Ours therefore, is just to produce possible questions that might be asked in relations to those topics that have made available.
How We Evaluate Your Response
We are strongly advised by the examiner (The British Council) not to award any band score to anyone during practice sessions. What we do is to simply make corrections on your responses to us and show you how to present a better and high score oriented speech.
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Below are some of the questions you might be asked about Work
What is your job?
Do you like your job?
Is your job a popular one in your Country?
What was your first day at work like?
Would you say you found fulfilment in your job?
Below are some of the probable questions about study that you might be asked during the IELTS Speaking Part One Test.
What do you study?
Where do you study it?
Do you get along with your colleagues?
If you have the chance, would you change the subject or course?
Do you plan to get a job with your current course of study?
Some of the questions that you might be asked under this topic are listed below
Where is your hometown located?
How much do you like your hometown?
When last did you visit your hometown?
Is there proper transport system in your hometown?
The International English Language Testing System; IELTS is an English Proficiency Exam structured to measure one’s mastery of the standard English Language in four key areas for academic, immigration and work purposes. The IELTS certificate is very instructive in making academic and work decisions on applicants especially for countries like UK, the US, Canada, Australia and many others.
Types of the IELTS Exam
We are the first to structurally categorize the IELTS exam into types; though it has been available in various platforms but none has put the types of IELTS together the way we have done in this write up. And the reason for this is to help test takers and intending test takers to have a perfect understanding on the kind or type of ielts to choose when applying for the exam. See the types of ielts exam below;
#1-THE British Council IELTS
This is the commonly known IELTS exam that covers more than 150 countries and institutions put together. It is very clear from the online statistics available that about 80% to 85% of IELTS test takers actually go for this type of IELTS.
#2 – The IELTS UKVI (UK Visas)
This kind of IELTS exam is specifically meant for the Uk or and UK Visa related alone. As it stands today, only the United Kingdom accepts this IELTS to support your documents for school admissions or work related visas services. It is accepted by the UK visas as a proof of your English Proficiency
#3 – IELTS IDP
This is the Australia version of the IELTS exam, the IDP version of the IELTS is strategically meant for those who intend to work or study in Australia.
IELTS Exam Components (Modules) / Tests
The International English Language Testing System – IELTS is accessed from four (4) key areas regardless of the type of IELTS you intend to take. These four components will also be scored separately and they are as follows;
The IELTS exam, regardless of the type employs two constructive and very engaging methods for testing its test takers. it should be noted here that content however of the exam is always the same. The methods for writing the IELTS exam are;
Paper Base – PB: This is the most common in Nigeria with many centers nearly in all major cities in Nigeria. This method simply means using Pencil / Pen and paper for the exam. However, test takers taking exam using this method will have to take the entire exam within two days. On the first day the speaking exam will be taken while the second and last day will be for Listening, Reading and writing modules. Again, it takes fourteen days in Nigeria for the result of the paper base ielts exam to be released online and nearly another fourteen days for the hard copy to be delivered to the test taker.
Computer Delivered- CD: This is using computer system for the IELTS exam. The major requirement here is to have computer basic skills especially in the area of typing fast. Those employing this method while writing their test will take the IELTS exam within a day and the online result will be available within 5 days, and then it will take another five days for the hard copy to be delivered to the test taker.
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