IELTS Writing Task 2: Should ideas be interesting?

Watch this lesson to learn more about how the examiner assesses your ideas.

Do your ideas need to be interesting?

Will you get a high band score and better results with interesting ideas?





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  1. katerina says:

    To analyse this effectively, focus on traditional skills and traditional ways of life that are usually first affected as technology advances. Now because we live in different parts of the world, this issue may be described quite differently from different people. However, some common areas that are usually first affected are means of transport, entertainment, communications, agriculture as well as some traditional crafting. These are some idea pools to consider. Just try to connect to the changes you have noticed heard or read about.Of course, organising ideas is something to work on as well, but first pick the ones that are topic related.

  2. When a country develops it’s technology,the traditional skills and ways of life die out.its is pointless to try and keep them alive.
    To what exten do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
    Help me in that essay with 250 words?

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