We look at each of these articles to see how they work and how you can easily add them to your IELTS voting or nullity essays. Shelly, if we follow the above plan, don`t we take into account the arguments on the other side in our essay? They recommend that we give only one view of the argument. Is that enough for a 7.0? You can`t ignore part of the test issue. The fact that you are presented is that supermarkets are developing and closing local shows. That`s the basis of your essay. The opinion you are addressing is: “Do you think this is the death of local communities?” So if you think supermarkets are good for local communities- is it a good thing that local stores close? You need to address the problem or the problems with the issue. Here are some examples of voices or contradicting test questions.1. “Modern life is becoming more and more chaotic.” Do you agree or disagree?2. “The death penalty is barbaric and should not be legal anywhere.” Do you agree or disagree?3. “Libraries are not relevant to the Internet age and should not be publicly funded.” Do you agree or disagree? Well, I`m totally against giving students models of essays or phrases that can be used in any piece of writing – that never give high scores.

But that`s not what it is! The method of making a strong case for introducing an essay and defending it in the body has been accepted in universities around the world for decades. To say that there are no “types” of essays is clearly wrong – all good writing books are based on types of essays that each have their own style. An opinion essay is not a discussion essay. This essay does not invite you to discuss the health care system. She asks you if you think the problem of obesity in the health care system can be solved by increasing physical education courses in schools – do you agree with this solution? Your entire essay from start to finish deals with your perspective on solutions to the problem. Worse, I`m afraid a lot of listeners will look at a essay that starts this way and thinks, “Here`s a student who uses the same fixed plan for each essay — introduction, ideas for the other side, ideas for my page, conclusion.” And this will almost certainly lead to a low score…..