Agree Disagree Essays in IELTS

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Agree Disagree Essays in IELTS

Frequently Asked Questions

Can agree/disagree essays be called as opinion essays?

Yes. They can be called as opinion essays.

Can I partially agree?

No. You cannot. You have to choose one side.

Can I skip the conclusion part if I’m running out of time. What weightage does that one liner consist of?

The one line of conclusion definitely has a role in marking criteria. The examiner will look for the structure of the essay. So you cannot skip the conclusion part.

Can I use the word “I” such as ” I agree” or “I disagree”?

Yes. You can.

What is the structure of Agree/Disagree essays?

It is same as that of opinion essays. They are : Introduction – Paraphrase – Give opinion – Thesis statement Main body para 1 – First supporting argument Main body para 2 – Second supporting argument Conclusion

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