IELTS Writing Sample Task 1
The exam which is simplest of all and yet the most difficult one has caught the hopes of many youngsters in our city. Chandigarh has become a hub for IELTS training. Students are working hard to score well in the exam. I wonder, if working hard is required or working smart is needed? This article is written to help you write well in your writing test in IELTS. If you are a beginner then this can set a foundation for you to write well. Our aim is to provide you a good experience of IELTS coaching in Chandigarh.
Keep the below-mentioned things while you are writing next time. I am sure that you will feel a difference in the output.
Before you start writing, you have to make a plan!
This means that an essay format should be adopted. It should include an introduction, body, and conclusion.
INTRODUCTION: This is the entry point of the writer as well as the examiner. It should be very attractive so that it hooks the attention of the reader. Whatever you are required to write, you can give an introduction to that topic. Also, you can paraphrase the topic given to you. The introduction part should state the ideas which you will be explained later in the body of the essay. Make sure to keep it short and crisp.
BODY: This is the longest section of the essay as it might contain more than 1 paragraph. Each idea should be explained in a single paragraph. Transition words and phrases should be your best friends here. (The example is given below in the article).
CONCLUSION: It is the ending phase and might demand an emotional appeal or a strong argument.
I have written a sample write-up for you to understand it more effectively.
Topic: Directors of organizations are often older people. But, some people say that the young people can also be a leader, to what extent do you think?
INTRODUCTION: The leaders of the organizations are generally the older people. They are seen possessing the senior positions of global companies. However, I think that the energetic youngsters are also not less than them. They too are entitled to take the senior positions in today’s working environment.
On the one hand, elderly people have a lot of skills which make them more competent than the younger generation. First and foremost, their experience is too vast that they never make short-term benefits overpower long-term goals. Their decision making power is too sharp because of their cognitive mindset. Moreover, they have seen a transition in their surroundings too fast that they are able to adjust to it. On the contrary, youngsters are too impatient that they want everything to be done in a jiffy that sometimes it becomes difficult for them to adjust.
On the other hand, younger directors are well educated that they are able to understand deeply the technical aspects as well. Also, there are cross-cultural differences in the world today. All of them are better taken up by the young mind. The energetic young blood is too much ready to take up the workload.
CONCLUSION: In the end, I think age is just a number and should not be a hindrance in deciding the position of the person in an organization.
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