IELTS Live – Task 2 Writing – Agree or Disagree – Band 9

IELTS Live – Task 2 Writing – Agree or Disagree – Band 9

IELTS Task 2 Writing
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Teenagers should not be allowed to use mobile phones in schools. Do you agree or disagree?
Give explanations and examples for your response.
You should write at least 250 words.
An IELTS writing task 2 by This video teaches vocabulary, structure, grammar, and content to get between bands 7 and 9 on IELTS. It teaches important basics for understanding the question and planning a response. Follow us on Facebook at This video contains strategies in a series that teaches the steps necessary to achieve a high score, between 7 to 9 on the IELTS task 2 writing question. Task 2 strategies focus on understanding the question, planning, and structure with a working example. This series will teach you the strategies that will help you to reach success on this question in the 40-minute time limit. It is worth 2/3 of the writing mark. Follow the instructions carefully and make sure to practice. It is important to try different types of questions for task 2, so you can think quickly and logically. Enjoy. @aehelp

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7 thoughts on “IELTS Live – Task 2 Writing – Agree or Disagree – Band 9”

  1. Sir I've been watching your IELTS videos these days your videos are perfect however still I'm facing difficulty in a particular thing
    When we have to describe the highest and the lowest thing in a single line can we use superlatives like
    The highest proportion of electricity generated from coal, while the least was from petrol.

    When we have to compare the highest and the lowest thing (only two things/noun) can we use superlatives?


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