IELTS Essay Vocabulary

Task 2

IELTS ESSAY VOCABULARY DR VISHAL GOYAL

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Essay

(Beginning and End)

  1. In this age..

  2. Nowadays....

  3. It is generally believed that...

  4. It is usually argued that....

  5. Many people opine that

  6. Some people advocate...

  7. Most people believe that...

  8. It is generally accepted…

  9. The most common view…

  10. This is undeniable that…

  11. It is the primary responsibility of...

  12. There are several choices to consider

  13. Nowadays, almost every child/youngster/company/organization...

  14. Many companies today prefer to hire skilled workers...

  15. Most internet users today spend a significant proportion of their day on...

  16. While some people prefer................., others do not ...

  17. There is certainly no doubt about the fact that...

  18. It is universally accepted that...

  19. We live in the times when most of us are...

  20. People are divided in their opinion regarding...

  21. .... is one of the most concerning issues today...

  22. Whether .... or .... is an issue that has ignited a huge amount of controversy in recent years/in the last few years/over the last few years...

  23. Allowing children below sixteen to use mobile phone is an issue that many people have their respective opinions about

How to express

opinion

  1. In my opinion...

  2. In my view...

  3. I believe...

  4. I strongly opine that...

  5. From my point of view...

  6. I strongly agree with the idea that...

  7. I strongly disagree with the idea...

  8. As far as I am concerned...

  9. From my perspective...

  10. My personal view on the matter is...

How to begin

Paragraph 1

Firstly...

First and foremost...

Initially...

To begin with...

To start with...

It is worth considering...

Though it is true that...

On the one hand...

Vocabulary for

paragraph 1 and 2

And...

Also...

Secondly...

Thirdly...

Besides...

In addition...

Consequently...

Furthermore...

Moreover...

Apart from that...

Comparison points

Similarly...

Similar to...

Likewise...

Also...

At the same time...

In the same way...

Contrast points

But...

Unlike...

However...

While...

Whereas...

Although...

Despite...

In spite of...

In spite of the fact that...

Despite the fact that...

On the other hand...

On the contrary...

Alternatively...

In contrast to this...

On the other hand...

Vocabulary to show an example:

For instance...

For example...

Such as...

In particular...

As far .... is concerned...

To cite an example...

To illustrate...

An example is...

With respect to...

To give an example...

Vocabulary to show result

Due to this,

During to this,

Because at this,

As a consequence,

Given this,

Consequently,

Resulting in...

As a result,

Vocabulary to present an idea:

Research shows that...

Research has found that...

Paragraph Vocabulary


Play a vital role

important role, significant role, major role, pivotal role


Crucial role

dominant role, essential role, prominent role


Important

Crucial, essential, vital


Serious issue

A concerning issue, a matter of grave concern


Tackle problem

deal with the problem, address the problem, solve the problem


Many

a great many, a large number of, numerous, a wide range of


Advantages

Upsides, benefit, positive sides


Positive

favourable outcome, beneficial effect, affirmative effect, useful effect


Disadvantages

Downsides, Drawbacks, negative sides


Negative

Unfavourable effect, adverse effect, damaging influence, undesirable effect, negative consequence


The main cause

The primary reason, the core reason, the foremost reason, the preeminent reason


The main reason

Fundamental cause, root cause, principal cause,



Effects

Positive effects, negative effects


Some people think that

advocate that, argue that , hold the view that, believe


Old People

elderly people, the elderly


Children

youngsters, young ones


Teenagers

adolescents, young people, juvenile


Interesting

involving, engrossing, absorbing, entertaining, engaging