Are you preparing for the DSE exam or IELTS exam? Want to know IELTS Writing Tips or DSE English Essay Skills? In terms of composition, as long as you memorize the three major structures, many essay topics can be easily solved.
1. Opening part
At the beginning of the article, you can add the following words as introductions:
Generally speaking /In general /At large /On average
When it comes to /Speaking of /As far as… is concerned
If students want to quote quotes, proverbs, etc. as an opening scene, they can also embellish them with the following words:
Quoting…/ As the old saying goes…
2. Text section
When it comes to the text of the article, try to use enumerative words, time modifications, for example,
First: To begin with /In the first place / First of all / In the beginning
Second: Besides /Secondly /Next / In the second place / Moreover /Next
Finally: Lastly /Last but not least /Finally
Most importantly/ It is of utmost importance that
In this day and age/ Nowadays/ currently/ Recently/ At present
So far/ Up to now/ Until today
From xx on: From then on/ From now on
Also, don’t skimp on expressing turns,
Although/although/even/but: Although /Though /Even though /Even if /In spite of /Despite /Regardless of /Notwithstanding /Despite the fact (that) /While /Whereas
If you choose an argumentative essay, before expressing your opinion, you may wish to add: In this aspect / In my opinion / In my view point / Personally / In this regard / According to
At the end, the essay should summarize the points made and echo the title to prove that you have completed the questions raised at the beginning. If you add short questions at the end that are not discussed in the article, but are related, make appeals, interrogative sentences or questions, I believe that the article will be resounding. Here are some words you might use in summarizing:
In summary: In a nutshell/I n short /In brief /In conclusion /To conclude /To sum up /As a whole /To make a long story short /To summarize /In summary /To sum up /In a word / In sum
In addition, use more synonyms or synonyms in word selection to avoid reusing the same word too many times in the same article, which is tedious, or makes the examiner think that the number of books / words is insufficient.
Important: important/ crucial/ key/ fundamental/ foremost/ of the essence/ vital/ paramount/ major
Good: Satisfactory/ fine/ superior/ pleasing
Beautiful: attractive/ lovely/ charming/ fetching/ appealing/delightful/nice
Of course, the words should not be shoehorned into the article out of place, the most important thing is to use it properly, with the whimsy and structural display of the text, it will definitely become a plus point and make the examiner’s eyes shine!
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