d. What is the origin of the document?

Part of your IELTS preparation is developing ideas for topics. This is something you do for yourself. You can google ideas and visit debate websites as well as read model essays online to use their ideas (not their sentences, just the ideas). See this page about writing an introduction:

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It may also be appropriate to ask other members of staff to read some sections of the thesis which they may find relevant or of interest, as they may be able to make valuable contributions.


c. Frequent reference is made to the terms of the question.

The conclusion closes the essay and tries to close the issue.

I also agree that we should use natural and easy-to-understand language. But maybe some examiner thinks some big words in the essay can demonstrate the variety of vocabulary. Actually that’s a superficial habit.


These key words provide a skeleton for much of your chapter outline.

You should use a range of tenses. Using second conditionals is something most students should do. You can use prefect tenses, noun phrases, clauses – anything to show your range of grammar and your accuracy as well. See my advanced lessons to learn more about the techniques for a high score:

The readers of a thesis do not know what the "answer" is.

Well that about does it. By following the above suggestions and ideasI hope it will be possible for you to finish your graduate degree programin a most timely and enjoyable manner. By looking ahead to the differentaspects of this final part of your graduate study it becomes clear thatyou can do a number of things to insure your success. Good luck!

The reason, of course, is that drawing is easier than thinking.

Dear Liz :
I had essays correction before , the teacher insisted to add academic examples in my essays by writing ( a recent study or research ) because other types of examples will not get high score , now I am a bit confused what to do . Please advise me .
Thanks

This page outlines Often the easiest part of the thesis to write.

Hello Liz,
I wanted to ask about the idioms. In 1 of your lessons, u say that idioms are not suitable to use in writing. why is that? what if i use an idiom (a common 1) to increase the word count. Will i be penalized for that?
Thank You
Harsh

Writing the Conclusion Chapter for your Thesis.

All information can be found on the main pages which are accessed through the red bar at the top of the website. Here is the link for the main writing task 2 page: and this is the page for information about the test: . Let me know if this is what you are looking for?