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Author: Thom

Discussive essay writing. So first, depending on IELTS Writing Task question you get, you may have to write a discussive essay. Sounds pretty heavy, doesn’t it? Well, it isn’t that big. It isn’t that bad. Trust me. Grab a pen and let’s get going. So why is this important? Why do you need to know this? Well, IELTS Writing Task 2 has about 4 different types of questions. And one of these requires a discussive essay writing. Can you write one? Do you know where to put your opinion (for example)? Yes, right here at term paper writing service https://typemyessays.com/term-papers-writing-services

Well, in this video we’re going to have a look and we’re going to dissect it and I’ll give you a rough plan. Okay? Afterwards you absolutely nail IELTS. I’m just joking… But the video will definitely help you improve the structure and offer some clarity to a tricky problem area in IELTS. So what is a discussive essay? Well, it explores different opinions of a specific topic or idea. You give reasons or facts to support each argument. Then you provide an opinion on your earlier viewpoints. So here’s the structure of a four-paragraph IELTS discussive essay. Number one, the introduction. Number two, arguments, opinions, facts, reasons, and examples. Argument or opinion to facts, reasons, and examples.

Then we finish off with the conclusion which is your own opinion there, or the reader’s conclusion. So remember that is limited to 250 – 275 words. Usually spend about 40 minutes on this.

So let’s get started. In the introduction, you can write a background statement (paraphrase the question/topic sentence). Then a more detailed background statement. Then the opinions (for and against the topic that you will explore) in the next 2 paragraphs. Now let’s apply this strategy to our first example.


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7 Ways to Explore New England by Boat


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I lived for a year in Colorado. The mountains are strikingly beautiful, but there was one main reason that I only lasted a year- water! I adore being around water. Any kind of water will work, but I want it all- lakes, rivers, harbors and the open seas. My family has a long history with the water and that is a history that I continue to pass on to my kids. 20 years ago I settled in New England because it is an ideal place to continue my love affair with all things water. When you visit my area, exploring New England by water is one of the best ways to experience the best it has to offer. Here are some of my favorite ways to enjoy New England by boat: Continue reading


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Life Is Better On A Boat


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It’s officially summer and the temperatures in South Louisiana are heating up, fast! When I was little, summer meant pool parties and going to the beach. Now that I’m older, I still frequent the pool, but getting away to the beach takes coordination and time we (my husband and I) don’t always have. Instead, taking our boat out can be a day trip or even an overnight trip (if we stay at our friend’s camp), weather permitting!

A little back story: Josh bought a boat three years ago, before we even got married (priorities, am I right?). I’ll admit I was little wary at first, I mean the only boat we’d ever had before that was a canoe. But, ever since then, it’s been a staple in our weekend plans. After all, weekends on the boat are weekends well spent.

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Discover Boating This Summer


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I kinda hate to admit just how wrong I was about this.

Especially since my husband was the one who was right.

But, I was oh-so-wrong about boating and boats.

You see, I thought we didn’t need a boat and that boating was expensive. My husband would show me pictures of boats and I’d glance at them, make some sort of non-committal noise and then go back to whatever it was that I had been doing.

But, then we went out on a friend’s boat a few times.

And suddenly, I got it.

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Exploring Boats As A Family


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I remember learning how to water ski when I was 7 years old. I had snoopy skis that were tied together so I wouldn’t end up in the splits. I started off standing in about a foot of water and taking off from the shore line. Over the summers I continued to improve and by high school I was able to ski slalom. We had family friends with an awesome lake house and we spent every Labor Day of high school on the lake inner tubing and skiing.

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